(a) To raise the quality of the tango.
(b) To convince those who have moved away from the tango, and its detractors, of the unquestionable value of our music.
(c) To attract those who exclusively love foreign music.
(d) To conquer the mass public, a task we take for granted as arduous, but certain as soon as they have heard the themes played many times.
(e) To take overseas, as an artistic embassy, this musical expression of the land where tango originated, to demonstrate its evolution and to further justify the appreciation in which it is held.