For the final class of the year

Noelia Hurtado and Carlitos Espinoza dance “Ríe, payaso“ by Juan D’Arienzo, sung by Carlos Casares. Tango classes will start for the final time this year at 1930 this Wednesday in the Metropole Hotel, MacCurtain Street. I love how they laugh at the end when it has gone wrong but it doesn’t matter. It is tango!

Slowness and quickness

 

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.

Things are slightly different

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…

Shall we dance? ;-)

Cork Tango is happy to participate in UCC Dance workshop week open to UCC students and staff. The nominated charity is the Children’s Hospital at Cork University Hospital. A very worthy cause.

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On the 16th of October from 2000 – 2100 in the Mardyke we will put on the basics on why tango is very, very, very addictive. It will be taught by tango people who have fallen in love with Argentine Tango. It is a passion. It is frustrating. It is to be in and out of love with a simple dance we called tango.