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Catch up on your tango from home. individual technique, decorations, vals, milonga, off axis and colgadas, styling, steps, pivots in depth – we covered it all.
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August 26, 2021
In October is organised the very first TANGO WEEK by the UK Argentine Tango Association. An exciting week of FREE events for all to try tango, learn the dance, discover its culture and much more!
Tanguito, and Bruno as a Chairman of the Association, is actively involved in developing tango in the UK and as such we have prepared free events during the week:
» Accessible AT ANY TIME from your home: Free ONLINE VIDEOS from Youtube
»» Lesson 1: Tango fundamentals (45 min). View »
»» Lesson 2: Tango: my first steps (45 min). View »
» Friday 22/10 IN PERSON Free Tango Introduction for beginners. Try tango and see what it is all about! All welcome. Information ».
» Thursday 28/10 LIVE at 12pm ONLINE: TANGO Culture: What are Milongas, their values, behind the scenes of a milonga and why they are the cornerstone of tango dancing. View »
April 22, 2021
August 26, 2020
Our September and October programme is out! We have prepared an exciting series of workshops, ranging from Enrosques to Colgadas to Technique for Solo dancers. The Back to School season will be busy for every tango lover :). And also, we are preparing our big COME BACK to Unity with our first Workshop and Guided Practica on Sunday 06/09 (hopefully followed by others).
» Friday 28/08 Pure Technique, styling & adornos
» Sunday 30/08 Tango: CONTRA Energy in tango II
» Tuesday 01/09 Tango Workout for Solo dancers
» Wednesday 02/09 Tango: Pauses, delays and stops
» Friday 04/09 Pure Technique for Solos: defy gravity in your pivots (and some enrosque technique)
» Sunday 06/09 Tango: Enrosques for him & her (online AND at Unity)
» Wednesday 09/09 Tango: Cadencias for a superb tango experience I
» Friday 11/09 Pure Technique for Solos: Fundamental tips or how to make your tango partner happy
» Sunday 13/09 Tango: Cadencias II
» Tuesday 15/09 Tango Workout for Solo dancers
» Wednesday 16/09 Tango: Colgadas
» Friday 18/09 Pure Technique for Solos: how to practice at home
» Sunday 20/09 Tango: Single axis turns
» Wednesday 23/09 Tango: Volcadas
» Friday 25/09 Pure Technique for Solos: Spatial awareness in tango
» Sunday 27/09 Tango: Changes of dynamics
» Tuesday 29/09 Tango Workout for Solo dancers
» Wednesday 30/09 Tango: Pauses, delays and stops
» Friday 02/10 Pure Technique for Solos: Alignment and lower body position
» Sunday 04/10 Tango: Changes of dynamics
» Wednesday 07/10 Tango: Kicks and Patadas
» Friday 09/10 Pure Technique for Solos: fundamentals of leading vs following
» Sunday 11/10 Tango: Passive vs Active leading and following
» Tuesday 13/10 Tango Workout for Solo dancers
» Wednesday 14/10 Tango: Up? Down? Using Height in tango I
» Friday 16/10 Pure Technique for Solos: Fabulous footwork
» Sunday 18/10 Tango: Up? Down? […]
March 19, 2020
This is my private tuition e-tango setup. And this is fascinating.
Adapt, adapt is the key word – I’ve started to give e-private tuition at the beginning of March 2020, to some students in the U.K. and abroad. At first it felt odd – at the beginning of the year, I wouldn’t have thought giving online private tuition would have any appeal. But, being forced to stay apart, brought a few surprises with e-tango.
First, I found every student to be so attentive and focus on the details, willing to repeat a move several times to make it perfect – in contrast with, in a person-to-person context, they preferred to do it just a few times and quickly come back to the pleasure of dancing.
Some also told me it was surprisingly interesting (they thought it would be less exciting than in embrace), and gave them the homework they needed as they faced isolation or quarantine. A few already took from these lessons their lunch tango training.
And this is what perhaps astounded me the most – the fact online private tuition often feels more intense than dancing in a face to face environment. My students told me they felt they had a true workout in the end. Perhaps, because things get so precise, they need to have a high level of concentration. The result is astonishing- in many cases, the learning is not less but at least equal compared to a face to face context. Also because I need to prepare more solo exercises, the student goes away with things they can practice over and over until they feel perfect.
Of course something is different – since there is no actual […]