It is all change!

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Our regular class on Wednesday the 25th of October will be suitable for beginners from 1900 to 2000 taught by Anthony. Afterwards, there will be a pracita. There will be no milonga on Sunday the 29th of October. It will be returning to normal the following week.

Phew!

Don’t you love when?

Don’t you love it when those glorious tango teachers come back for more? Ismael Ludman and Natalia Ochoa dance “Alma en pena” by Juan Carlos Godoy and Cristóbal Repetto.

Tango Classes start at 1900 tonight at Metropole Hotel on MacCurtin Street. Dance and learn something new!

Hey you – Tango Beginner!

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A special message to Cork Tango’s beginner dancers.

Cork Tango looks forward to welcoming you to our special daytime classes and gala milonga (our evening of social dancing) at The Mall Arts Centre in Youghal, Co. Cork, on Saturday 11th November, when maestros Guillermo Torrens and Alexandra Wood will teach classes and perform for us. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to expand your tango knowledge, build on what you’ve learned so far in Cork Tango’s Wednesday classes, and to meet the wider, and very friendly, tango community.

We have a Beginners’ Package for couples who book together of €25 per person for 1 class + the gala milonga (normal price: €35). We have also organised a coach which will leave St Patrick’s Quay, Cork at 12 noon, returning at 1.30am after the gala milonga – Price: €10 return per person.

And do provide your email address at the desk at classes on Wednesday night to be added to our mailing list.

To book the Beginners’ Package and coach contact organiser Mary Lavery by private message on the Facebook page, the Facebook event, or by email: tangocork@yahoo.ie. Details are on the event can be found on our website here.

Something different

Yes, normally there is normal Sunday milonga on the Metropole Hotel kicking off at 2000. But there is something else on this Sunday. An Alexander Technique for tango!

During the workshop we will be looking at how the co-ordination of your body (what some people refer to as your posture) affects how you dance especially with a partner. That includes the carriage of your head, the alignment of your spine, the relationship of your pelvis to your spine and how you use your hip, knee and ankle joints to dance.

After that you can dance to your heart’s content!