Witness Maria Ines Bogado and Jorge Lopez dance their hearts to tango. The song is “Una vez” by Osvaldo Pugliese, sung by Alberto Morán. Classes will start and end punctually by Quique on Wednesdays in the Metropole Hotel, MacCurtain Street at 1930. I particularly like the way he walks in and out of the variousContinue reading “Once…”


They look really good don’t they? I wish they taught as well 😦 What? They do! Yes, Alejandro Segovia and Monina Paz will be teaching in Cork for a weekend in November 10th and 11th. Now I know we put it on Facebook, send out the mailchimp, announced it at classes on a Wednesday andContinue reading “Woah…”

Another Date to Save!

Cork Tango are delighted to welcome Damian Thompson & Magdalena Myszka to The Mall Arts Centre, Youghal, Co Cork for one day on 24th February 2018. Both are experienced dancers who have shown literally the population of the world how to dance the tango. Check out more information about Damian here. Milonga/Ball starting at 2000Continue reading “Another Date to Save!”

Daniela Pucci and Luis Bianchi are coming!

Cork Tango are delighted to announce that Daniela and Luis will be teaching and performing in Cork on 3rd and 4th June. Classes are detailed below: Classes and Milongas Sat 3rd June – The Village Hall Class 1 3.15 to 4.45 pm Making Colgadas Effortless – Intermediate Class 2 5.15 to 6.45 pm Parallel andContinue reading “Daniela Pucci and Luis Bianchi are coming!”

Hurry Up and book fast!

Well lo and behold it isn’t even 2017 yet and our schedule for the Cork Tango Festival is fast filling up. Head on over there and book fast in order to avoid disappointment. The webmaster told me so it is must be true! I would say book before 28th of February to get the bestContinue reading “Hurry Up and book fast!”

Why do you dance?

This a wonderful video exploring why do you dance in all its forms. When you watch it you are filled with hope, joy and wonder at the breadth and magnificence of all the different ways people can dance. Remember we teach Argentine Tango at 1930 on Wednesdays in the Metropole Hotel. I love to dance.Continue reading “Why do you dance?”

How small is that table???

Historically there are not wide open spaces like there are in Cork Tango. In Buenos Aires there often dance on spaces the size of a coffee table. Like this fine gentleman and lady. Watch: Amazing work by Ricardo Viqueira no? Don’t forget for the month of November – bring a new person to tango andContinue reading “How small is that table???”