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 😉
Milonga is this Sunday but at a later time due to our Urban October event where we offer a free class to beginners! The class starts at 1900 in the Cork County Cricket Club in Richard Beamish Grounds on Mardyke Walk. The milonga starts at 2000 hours in the same place.
After my last post on what not to as a follower, it would be remiss of me not to address leaders as well.
If you attend many different milongas you will notice varying degrees of floorcraft i.e. how you successfully navigate the floor while being conscious of the other dancers and the dance in general. You may be oblivious to this or you share my frustration with attending numerous milongas.
This is a good video outlining some of the problems leaders face:
Any other problems you can think of? Let us know in the comments below!
3. Communicating with other dancers on the dance floor – No matter how big the dance floor is, if the male dancers don’t know how to communicate with each other, it will soon become a battlefield.
Food for thought from Tango Mentor
From Tango Chamuyo on what happens at milongas.
Those who chatter away don’t appreciate what the milonga offers them. They don’t know what they’re missing.
Look at this glorious image and take in the moment
There is a milonga on Sunday at 2000 in the Metropole Hotel. Enjoy the perfect embrace
everything is made perfect. In that perfect moment you forget the stresses of the world; the wilt of the day; the song you love comes on and you take a step and dance.
There is a milonga on Sunday at 2000 in the Metropole Hotel. Come and linger in that gorgeous embrace
Our friends in tango are hosting their Christmas Milonga on the 10th of December 2016. The 3 course traditional Christmas dinner is fully booked out.
The Milonga will take place from 1930 to 2330 hours. So those attending the Milonga only can start dancing from early on. This will be held downstairs in the majestic Great Hall with DJ Gabriele De Chiara. It promises to be a great night so if you have nothing else to do…
There is no milonga on Sunday the 30th of October due to the jazz weekend. Looks likes you will have find your own way of getting the boogie on.
See you on Wednesday!
It’s a ‘Bring Your Own Wine’ event so bring your favourite drinks for yourselves or to share with everyone or that special monster! Halloween themed snacks and bakes are very welcomed!
We are also trying to keep the lights off to release your darker side and let it manifest through your tangos fully. So bring fairy lights or safe (battery operated) candles. Prizes for the best costume!
Have fun dancing tango