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General Production
Ramon de Oliveira is a teacher at both Columbia and NYU business schools. In 2009, he co-founded the Foundation of the Louvre Museum in Paris and chaired its Investment Committee for 10 years. For this work, he was knighted by the French Government as a Chevalier des Arts et Lettres in February 2020.
Today he is a director of AXA (the insurance group), Antin Infrastructure, and is a member of the investment committee of the Polish-American Freedom Fund.
De Oliveira has had a lifelong passion for the Argentinian tango and co-created the Social Tango Project in 2012.
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AGUSTINA VIDELA Artistic Direction
Agustina Videla is a tango dancer, teacher and choreographer. She represented Argentina at the Universal Exhibition in Lisbon in 1998. From then on, she toured to give classes and exhibitions in the main cities of the United States, Canada and Europe.
In 2013 she took over the artistic direction of Social Tango Project.
In 2019 she co-directed her first dance short film, “Being.”
In 2020 she publishes a book on parenting and neurodiversity. In 2021 she was the artistic director of a TV series dedicated to dance and philosophy broadcasted for public television in Argentina. She co-directs the film “Tango, those minutes of rematch.”
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Musical Direction Fulvio Giraudo is a pianist, composer, musical director and arranger dedicated to tango on stage for more than 25 years. Formed mainly as a chamber music performer, Fulvio was early introduced to tango by Arturo Penón, mythical bandoneonist of Osvaldo Pugliese’s orchestra. Since then he has been part of some of the best groups and orchestras in Argentina: Sexteto Mayor, Quinteto Grande, Rascasuelos, El Desquite, and Sexteto Sur. He has toured America, Europe, Asia and Oceania. He has also participated in the most renowned tango festivals in Europe and America. He has participated in numerous recordings as composer, arranger and performer. He has also composed institutional music for TV (Solo Tango channel), for different performances (Social Tango), and for cinema (Chau Buenos Aires).
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Pablo Destito is co-director with Maite Echave of Mulata Films, a production company dedicated to create documentary and fiction formats in the social and cultural area, with more than 20 years of experience.
He directed “Lying Truth,” “Grooming,” “Presents,” “The Klisberg report,” “Bibliómanos,” among other television series. His work as a director has received nominations for important awards such as the Emmy International Awards, Emmy Kids Award, Seoul International Drama Awards, the Japan Prize Award and the International Prix Jeussene, among others. Mulata Films productions have been broadcasted by Canal Encuentro, TV Pública, Paka-Paka, Turner, Movistar, NAT GEO, Señal Colombia. Mulata Films has received the support of the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Culture of Argentina, INCAA and Unicef.
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Photography and Video Direction
Nora Lezano is a photographer and visual artist. She began to develop her work in the '90s, standing out in the rock scene. She made iconic portraits of renowned artists such as Charly García, Luis Alberto Spinetta and Gustavo Cerati.
In the theatrical field, she directed the shows “Relámpagos de lo invisible” and “Tapiz Pizarnik”; and together with Maricel Alvarez, Santiago Loza and Martin Churba “Yo tenía un alma buena.” She made the videos and stage photography for “Yo te vi caer.” In 2015 she presented FAN, a retrospective of her years in rock. In 2017, together with Andy Cherniavsky and Hilda Lizarazu, she presented the exhibition “Los ángeles de Charly,” organized by the National Ministry of Culture, celebrating the work of the musician Charly García. She presented her work in individual and collective exhibitions. Her work has been published in important national and international graphic media. She has given many talks and conferences in several universities. She independently published her book of texts “Sin sueño se duerme también.” She illustrates the RADAR supplement of the Página/12 newspaper.
LUCÍA OHYAMA Assistant Direction
In more than 20 years of career, she has been part of many renowned shows as a dancer and choreographer but also as a director, assistant director and producer, among them: Social Tango, Charla-performance by Milena Plebs, Compañía Esencia, Tango Malambo, Compañía Mora Godoy, Tango and Fire and Una Noche de tango by the company Tango Sur, Señor Tango, Intenso Tango, Show de Cacho Castaña, Julio Iglesias World Tour and Dramatic Tango. She danced during the G20 summit at the “120th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Argentina and Japan.” In 2019 she is mentioned “Outstanding Nikkei of the year” in the art category (Mention awarded by the Argentinean Nikkei Centre). She was part of E.N.T.A., the national program of dancers. Since 2016 she has been working in the artistic and executive production of milongas, concerts and shows. Currently, she is a dancer in the show “Tango Pasión de Origen” at the renowned theatre Tango Porteño in Buenos Aires.
Technical Director
Since 1980 he has designed lighting in the most important theatres in Argentina and abroad, being part of international shows such as “Tango Argentino” at the Gershwin Theatre in New York, “Variaciones enigmáticas” at the Broadway Theatre, “Sorba” and “Applause” at the National Theatre, “The Producers” at the Lola Membrives Theatre, “Freud’s Last Session” at the Multiteatro in Buenos Aires, “Cabaret” at the Alcalá Palace in Madrid, “Evil Dance” at the Théâtre Chaillot in Paris. As a consultant in architecture, lighting and stage mechanisation he has worked in the best theatres in Argentina, Chile and Spain such as Esquina Carlos Gardel, Rojo Tango, Tango Porteño, Café de los Angelitos, Teatro El Nacional, Teatro Opera, Metropolitan 1 and 2, Broadway 1 and 2, Teatro Pellegrini, El Picadero, in Buenos Aires, Teatro Alcalá Palace and Carlos III in Madrid. He is also permanent stage consultant for the Teatro Nacional Cervantes in Buenos Aires. For the last 10 years he has been the technical director of the Musical “Tanguera” among other international productions.
Laura Sol Torrecilla
Costume Design

She studied costume design at the Teatro Colón, and with recognized teachers in the country and clothing design at the UBA. She made costumes for Showmatch and Got Talent (FRANCE), The Nutcracker, a Konex Foundation production; she worked together with creators and choreographers such as Facundo Mercado, David Señoran, Oscar Araiz, Redha Beteinfour, among others. As wardrobe assistant to Renata Schucheim, Monica Toschi and Lana Ferrando Since 2022 she is part of the Atelier Pucheta team, participating in AFW and multiple fashion shows.
Her main interest is to work under sustainability criteria, both in the choice of materials, as well as in the realization processes.
Raúl Marego
Production Coordinator
Raúl Marego is régisseur, director and actor graduated from the Instituto Superior de Arte del Teatro Colón and the School of Dramatic Art in Mar del Plata. He is the Artistic Programmer of the Ballet Folklorico Nacional de Argentina, with whom he toured nationally and international (Spain, France, Switzerland, Japan, Colombia and Mexico). Stage Director of the Lyric Orchestral Ensemble where he staged the operas: Carmen, Il trovatore, La Traviata, El Elisir de Amor, among others. He has also been an assistant to renowned directors such as Oscar Barney Finn in the staging of zarzuela and operas. Together with Néstor Pastorive they coordinated the production of the show “Argentina Baila."
Nadia Rabotnikof
Production Coordinator
Nadia Rabotnikof is a producer, cultural manager and teacher with a Bachelor in Arts (University of Buenos Aires). She is producer of the documentary "Cross Dreamers," which premiered at the Mar del Plata International Film Festival with the support of INCAA and the National Fund for the Arts. Production assistant in the videoclip "Paren de matarnos" by Miss Bolivia, winner of the Gardel Award. She has participated in the production of major cultural events such as BAFICI and the International Book Fair. She teaches an "Audiovisual Expression" workshop that won the FOMECA Fund. She teaches cultural management in "Arte en barrios," a program of the Ministry of Culture of the City of Buenos Aires.