Tom has danced and deejayed at milongas and tango festivals throughout Europe, North America, and Argentina. He founded and hosted "La milonga del norte" in Hanover, NH and La milonga "El gato rojo" & "Queen's Head" in Cambridge, MA. He has performed with professional musicians and dancers in Milan, Boston, NYC, Middlebury, Ann Arbor, and Buenos Aires. He regularly teaches group classes at Harvard University and at the Tango Society of Boston. He has also taught tango in Varanasi, India; Milan, Italy; at Middlebury College; Dartmouth College, as invited guest instructor for DATS; and Harvard College for the Latin American Studies Program. Recently he was a guest instructor and performer at the "Moonlight in Vermont" Tango Weekend in Brandon, VT. He has lived in Argentina and often travels back to Buenos Aires, where he performs as a concert saxophonist in milongas with local musicians. He has appeared in recent years as a guest soloist with the Mercury Orchestra, the Brookline Symphony Orchestra, the Dartmouth Wind Symphony, the Harvard Dudley House Orchestra, and L'Orchestre symphonique universitaire de Grenoble. He brings to the milonga a musician's ear attuned to the classics of the golden age with a flair as well for nuevo and alternative. For his introduction to the music of Astor Piazzolla, he is indebted to his most influential teacher and mentor, the virtuoso Donald Sinta. His most important maestros on the dance floor have included Carlos Perez, Hernán Brizuela, Yelena Sinelnikova, Tate Di Chiazza, and Gustavo Naveira. His group and private classes emphasize musicality, connection, rhythm, and technique.