Every Tuesday, we publish a tanda to get you inspired for the week. Today, a tango tanda by Anibal Troilo.
April 25, 2017
This month, we explore the tango dimension "Immersion" and look at getting inspiration from the great dancers and masters of the Golden Age of tango. We've already seen in class a couple of steps from Osvaldo and Coca Cartery, the 2004 tango world champions and the specificities of their dancing style.
In this 2-part interview, they give us many interesting insights into the history of tango and milongas.
This month, we explore the tango dimension "Immersion" and look at getting inspiration from the great dancers and masters of the Golden Age of tango.
In this interview, In this interview, Carlos & Rosa Perez share their personal history and what tango means to them.
In this class, we continued to have a look at steps inspired by Osvaldo and Coca. We started with what we call a flat giro for the beginners and then used this concept in the intermediate class for a couple of creative and inventive steps.
Every Tuesday, we publish a tanda to get you inspired for the week. Today, a tango tanda by Lucio Demare; featuring Solamente ella, which he composed.
In this class, we focused on our favourite old school milongueros, Osvaldo and Coca, which musicality and playfulness we simply can't get enough of. There are loads of videos of them on Youtube, just look for Osvaldo Coca Tango.
March 31, 2017
We started one of our favourite dimension - immersion - by looking at steps from Nito and Alba, who were dancing in the Golden Age of tango. We did a couple of sacadas (including quite a challenging sacada leading the follower into a cross) and a sequence from Americana.
Today, a great tango tanda by Miguel Caló featuring one of our favourite songs: Jamás retornarás.
In this class, we had a look at how we could use the axis to lead front crosses, back crosses and back cross sandwiches. Very playful additions to your repertoire of steps.