Antón Gazenbeek is a professional dancer, teacher, and choreographer of Argentine Tango, as well as historian and author. He has has performed at all the major milongas in Buenos Aires as well as on tour in Europe, Asia, and the United States where he frequently performs with world-renowned symphony orchestras.
He has partnered with some of the top female tango dancers in the world including Guillermina Quiroga, Alicia Monti, Susana Rojo, Carolina Jaurena, Carina Losano, and Annatina Luck. In addition to performing with these professional dancers, Antón has performed with Margarita Guillé, Ofelia Rosito, and Nina Balbuena all three of whom are referred to as the "royalty of tango" in Buenos Aires.
He specializes in the style of Antonio Todaro, is the only surving proponent of authentic Tango al Revés in the world and a master of all the styles of Argentine Tango from Canyengue and Orillero to the modern styles of today.
As a historian he has written countless articles on the history of tango, lectured at Stanford University, Harvard University, Julliard, MIT, St. John's University and Hamburg University in Germany. His book "Inside Tango Argentino," is the first in a series on the evolution of tango and he is currently working on the second and third editions in that series. In addition to his dance career he is a renowned fashion model having done campaigns for the likes of Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Calvin Klein, AX - Armani Exchange, Abercrombie & Fitch, Andrew Christian Swimwear, and has appeared in the pages of the following publications: Mens Vogue, Vogue Italia, VMAN, Harper's Bazaar, Financial Times, How To Spend It Magazine, Metrosource, Next, among others.