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.

Once…

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 various lines of dance. ‘Tis a favourite of mine 😉

Woah…

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 and the milonga on Sunday – repeatedly. We even had it on our own website for a week already. A bit fatigued? Well, you tend to get exhausted when you are trying to make sure we covered all the bases!

Tell you what I will be there and I promised to cabeceo you if you come 😉

Tango is back!

Watch Cristina Sosa and Daniel Nacucchio dance “Patético” by Osvaldo Pugliese. It is awe inspiring.

Classes will start and end punctually by Quique on Wednesdays in the Metropole Hotel, MacCurtain Street at 1930. I love her playful steps as he walks…

They are coming…

Damian Thompson & Magdalena Myszka dance the El Adios by Pugliese. We trust that they will dance more at our workshop on the 24th of February. Email tangocork AT yahoo DOT ie for further information.

Classes will start at the Metropole Hotel on MacCurtain Street at 1900 this Wednesday. It is never too late to dance tango.

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.

(HT: Tango Therapist)