Dance before the music is over. Live before your LIFE is over. – Curiano
Feedback is a very important concept within tango. And that sad truth is that not enough people are engage in this continuous session where there is always room to improve. My thought which I often repeat is: Tango. I know nothing. This post provides lots of useful tips on when not and when to engageContinue reading “On Feedback”
What is stopping you? Be there on Sunday at 2000 in the Metropole Hotel and milonga away when two hearts become as one
Today we have “thinking tango” and “feeling tango.” – Jan Tango
In this video Fausto Carpino and Stephanie Fesneau discuss why they dance. Food for thought, no? Remember, for the month of November – bring a new person to tango and get one class free. See you at 1930 in the Metropole Hotel
There is quite a bit you to this video so grab yourself a cuppa and sit down. Vanina Bilous is one of the most famous tango dancers. In this video she talks about tango and what it means to her. Tango. I know nothing (HT: Monina Paz)
put it into the practice on Sunday? Tonight there is a tango lesson for beginners at 2000 hours in the Metropole Hotel costing 5 EUR. Milgona Evora starts at 2100. Practice, practice and practice.
As part of Cork Argentine Tango Society’s unique contribution to Urban October we are pleased to annouce that for new couples who want to try it out it is only 50 euro per person for 6 classes for the entire month of October. Classes on Wed nights in the Metropole Hotel: beginners at 7.30pm; intermediateContinue reading “Fancy coming as a couple?”
Sometimes there is a plethora of quotes in a video that you you just said, “Watch it and see!” The video is in Spanish but with English subtitles. It focuses on the vals and what it means to, Tete Rusconi, that dancer.
Is waltz to do with ballroom dancing? Well, yes and no. There are four of types of tango but for the purpose of this exercise let us concentrate on the waltz or vals to use it common term. Ruben Veliz & Sabrina Veliz are a wonderful couple who graced us on several occasions at CorkContinue reading “Vals? Don’t you mean waltz?”