Santa Claus is a bit lost depending on where on the planet you are residing 😉 After the nuevo classes the milonga starts at 2030 this Saturday at Cork County Cricket Club in Richard Beamish Grounds on Mardyke Walk. There is no milonga this Sunday
Fausto Carpino and Stephanie Fesneau dance “Mi tango triste“ by Aníbal Troilo, sung by Alberto Marino. Classes start at 1930 in the Metropole Hotel on MacCurtin Street. Who does your heart love?
Time to iron out the routine and then there is milonga. It starts from 2000 hours this Sunday in the Cork County Cricket Club in Richard Beamish Grounds on Mardyke Walk. See you there 🙂
Paulina Cazabon and José Luis González dance “El barrio del tambor” played live by Orquesta Silbando. I love the way she plays with his feet. New classes start from this week on at 1930 in the Metropole Hotel on MacCurtin Street:
Private lesson with Enrique – 1820 hrs
Beginners class – 1930 hrs
Technique class for all levels – 2030 hrs
Improvers/intermediate class – 2100 hrs
Practice for all levels – 2200 hrs
She waits to be asked to dance. Or maybe she is looking at someone else? Tango starts at 2000 this Sunday in the Cork County Cricket Club in Richard Beamish Grounds on Mardyke Walk. See you there
Sigrid Van Tilbeurgh and Murat Erdemsel spontaneously dance to DJ Gergana’s music selection. It is a joy to behold. The classes start at 1930 in the Metropole Hotel on MacCurtin Street.
Dominic Bridge and Rosalia Delfina dance “Cielo!” by Rodolfo Biagi, sung by Andrés Falgás. What beat are they dancing to throughout the song? The classes start at 1930 in the Metropole Hotel on MacCurtin Street.
It is not tango. It is not vals. It is not milonga. It is nuevo. Witness Serkan Gokcesu & Cecilia Garcia having fun. Check out one sample below:
On Saturday 16th February finger food included plus the Cork Cricket Club has a full bar. Bookings to Hazel at email@example.com or at the desk on Wednesdays at weekly class. Check out the details here
something to make you hold your breath. It begins 2000 – 2300 hours this Sunday in the Cork County Cricket Club in Richard Beamish Grounds on Mardyke Walk. Will you be watching for my cabeceo?
Got that tango itch? Haven’t we all… Few things that are happening.
1 – Want to learn tango nuevo? We know there are three types of tango but what is we another one? We are running an event on Saturday the 16th February. This means that there will be no milonga on Sunday that weekend.
2 – Our regular Sunday night milonga is back to its regular slot of starting at 8 and finishing at 11.
3 – For the month of January there is a special offer. 50 EUR to pay for six classes. We like to do that though… The next six classes rota starts at the 20th February.
4 – Finally, what is the cabeceo about?