organic \awr-gan-ik\, of or pertaining to the basic constitution or structure of a thing; constitutional; structural. developing in a manner analogous to the natural growth and evolution characteristic of living organisms; arising as a natural outgrowth.
Organic tango represents a new generation of Argentine tango dancers who strive to push the boundaries of
artistic creativity while still holding strong to the fundamentals of traditions. Firmly grounded in the Argentine
roots of the dance's conception, it emphasizes the intrinsic concepts of partner connection, leading and following,
musical interpretation and the classic tango aesthetic. Organic tango places primary importance on the silent discourse
between the man and the woman, who unceasingly communicate through their movements and through the music. It embraces an
innovation and experimentation which can be realized only through this constant interplay between leader and follower who
share in the responsibility of listening and reacting to each other, to the music, and to other couples sharing the dance
floor. Organic tango promotes the dynamism, inventiveness, and originality associated with tango's progressive evolution
while simultaneously striving to uphold the dignity of and a respect for the past.