National Day of Argentine Tango
The commemoration of National Tango Day was launched in 1965 by Ben Molar an academic of the National Academy of Tango.
The idea of Tango Day was to commemorate the birthday of the creators of the two main currents of Tango: Carlos Gardel the voice, the idol, born December 11th, 1890 and Julio De Caro the music, the magnificent orchestra director, the innovator,
also born December 11th, in 1899.
Nowadays this holiday is celebrated in all corners of the world.
Argentine Tango was honored by UNESCO as Cultural Patrimony of Humanity.
Julio de Caro and Carlos Gardel