AN Argentinian husband-and-wife tango team are setting Huddersfield's dance floors alight.
Buenos Aires' Andres "Tanquito" Cejas and Genoveva Fernandez have been teaching an authentic tango class in Huddersfield for the past three months.
The couple, who are studying English at Leeds University, are in demand and also show budding tango fans how to do the sexy dance in Newcastle, Sheffield and Edinburgh.
The pair, who have been married for just over a year, are recognised as being in the global top flight of tango dancers.
Ian Cioch, who organises the classes in Huddersfield, said the South American couple were masters of their craft.
He added: "They are very good. They have danced all around the world and choreographed routines from Argentina to the Royal Albert Hall.
"They teach very precise techniques. Every move you make is analysed so that every part of your body is in the right place during the dance."
Former jive dancer Mr Cioch said the tango was an engrossing dance.
He added: "You become really involved in the music and the moves.
"The man leads and there are no set steps for the woman so they have to follow the man - it takes a great deal of concentration.
"They are great teachers."
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* Originated in Argentina's capital city Buenos Aires around start of 20th century
* It proved very popular with the many immigrants flocking to the city
* First real exponents were the `compaditros' - the local criminals!
* By 1913 the tango had become fashionable in many areas, notably New York
* The classic tango orchestra features the bandoneon, a type of concertina
* Most famous tango composer was Piazzola.