Alberto Toledano and Loreen Arbus are foremost Argentine Tango performers, choreographers, and teachers in the United States. They trained in Los Angeles with Orlando Paiva and in Argentina with such renowned masters as Antonio Todaro, Pepito Avellaneda, Gustavo Naveira, Nito and Elba, and Susana Miller.
Included in their credits as choreographers, they have been commissioned by Frank Guevara’s Dance Theatre of East L.A., and are the producers of the off-Broadway hit play “The Stand-In.” Alberto and Loreen have won the prestigious Feather Award “for the most authentic Argentine Tango couple in America,” and their choreography has been twice-nominated for the Lestor Horton Award. They have performed in Las Vegas, and at the 18,000-seat Hollywood Bowl, the l6,500-seat L.A. Sports Arena, and the 3,000-seat Palace Theatre in Cleveland. They have toured in Argentina, Europe, and throughout the United States. They have been selected to perform at the celebrated annual “Dance Kaleidoscope” concert series in Los Angeles and have appeared as Guest Artists with the world-renowned “AVAZ International Dance Theatre.”
The Consul General of Argentina has presented Alberto and Loreen on many occasions, and they were featured at World Cup Soccer 1994. Alberto and Loreen were chosen by Disney to provide the entertainment at the world premiere spectacular of the film “Evita” and helped to promote Julio Iglesias’ new album, “Julio is Tango.” They have appeared on Broadway at the legendary Town Hall Theatre, and have numerous television, film, and commercial credits.