Fabian Salas is an internationally renowned tango dancer, teacher, researcher and choreographer, famed for his distinctive approach to the dance.
Born in 1963 in La Plata, capital of the Buenos Aires province, Fabian was educated in both Argentina and the US, trained as a lawyer and moved to the city of Buenos Aires to practice law and dance the tango in 1988.
By 1992, Fabian had begun touring the world as a tango teacher becoming then, one of the first professional touring teachers in history and opening in such way, many doors to others who later decided to join this activity. In 1995 he started an investigation group which lead to the development of a revolutionary way of understanding, teaching and dancing the tango, In 1996, Fabian took part in the filming of the motion picture "Evita", and a year later was one of the main dancers in the award-winning film "The Tango Lesson".
Fabian runs the tango education organizations Cosmotango and TangoPal and has created a series of instructional videos to teach authentic Tango in 10 easy lessons. He is also the organizer and director of the CITA (Congreso International de Tango Argentino) the world's artists in the Argentine capital.
Currently, he is partnered by Lola Diaz, who has participated in several Tango productions of which the most important are: "La hora del Tango", Festival Classico Pompeiano 2007, principal roll and choreography assistant of the clip "Neus" 2007, principal roll and choreographer (Tango y Ballet) of the clip "Tango Hereje" 2006
As a tango teacher she also has a very active career, where besides international tours, she has taught at La Virtuta in Buenos Aires.