Milonga Evora starts at 1900 hours, with DJ Ducky Day, this Sunday in the Cork County Cricket Club in Richard Beamish Grounds on Mardyke Walk. Seek the highs and the lows of tango!
Eva Icikson and Brenno Marques dance “Una vez” by Osvaldo Pugliese, sung by Alberto Morán in a wonderful manner. The slowness and the pace interact in a beautiful way with memorising sacadas. Classes will start at 1930 on Wednesdays in the Metropole Hotel, MacCurtain Street. Dance Tango. You know you want to.
This is the day of workshops in the Metropole Hotel. The milonga on its own costs 12 EUR and takes place at 2000. Have fun dancing and putting into practice what you learnt in the classes!
I love to dance – tango, especially. I love how the mix between singing and dancing combine in a wonderful way. Iakof Shonsky & Mariam Rossa with the Tbilisi Women’s Choir. Please note that classes will start at 1930 on Wednesdays in the Metropole Hotel, MacCurtain Street. Sometimes you can hear the humming from your partner…
(HT: Irina Andreyeva
Milonga Evora starts at 1900 hours this Sunday in the Cork County Cricket Club in Richard Beamish Grounds on Mardyke Walk. Be there and dance tango
Clarisa Aragon and Jonathan Saavedra dance “Pata ancha” by the well known Osvaldo Pugliese. Quique will start on Wednesday at 1930 in the Metropole Hotel, MacCurtain Street. I love the look he gives her to grace herself with adornments.
It starts with DJ Ducky Day at 1900 this Sunday in the Cork County Cricket Club in Richard Beamish Grounds on Mardyke Walk. It lasts until the DJ calls it quits. The smile on this guy’s face means it might go on a bit longer 😉
Tango tonight is slightly different. There will be a beginner’s class at 1930 in the Metropole Hotel, MacCurtin Street. Afterwards there will be a practica where you can be into practice what you learnt.
Carlos Gavito and Maria Plazaola dance at a wonderful tango show. I love how she spends so much time out of her axis. Perhaps she should join a club?
Ray Darcy, from RTE radio, says you should try. What is the worst that could happen? There is always the milonga on Sunday I suppose…
Out milonga starts at the new time of 1900 this Sunday in the Cork County Cricket Club in Richard Beamish Grounds on Mardyke Walk. Beginners are more than welcome to experience what you learnt in classses and how it works in milonga.
Feel the music. Feel the movement. Feel the moment.
Change is as good as a rest they say 🙂
1 – The regular Sunday night milongas will now start at seven and not eight.
2 – The class taught on Wednesday 24th of October will be beginners only as Quique is away.
3 – A pair of glasses were left at the milonga a few weeks ago. If you lost them get in touch
4 – You are awesome! Remember that!