The topic of the night is
“ochos variations with milonguero’s tricks”
About A.B. – Tango Argentino teacher and dancer since 1998
A.B. teaches in Buenos Aires and all over the world. She started dancing tango over 20 years ago when she was just a little girl, studying with the most famous milongueros. Over time she acquired experience in this and other artistic disciplines, until she discovered her passion for teaching.
In 2007 she was part of Forever Tango´s cast in the filming of the documentary of the successful company that took place at the Teatro Coliseo Podestá in La Plata. At the same time, she began teaching classes for an extended period at the legendary Salón Canning, place that houses today’s stunning work by the photographer Guillermo Monteleone where she is the muse. This work of art is an extract of one of the most innovative tango videos of recent times, called “T”. Her first job abroad was as a dancer and choreographer in the city of Fukuoka, Japan, and since then she has participated in Tango festivals giving special workshops and classes in Europe, Australia and Asia.
In Buenos Aires, she teaches regularly and has her own Tango school where the main attraction, apart from the good atmosphere and the quality of the musical selection, is the creation of tango author cocktails. Her classes have the perfect dose of organic innovation, aesthetics, and a deep-rooted commitment to the tango tradition, which gives her own style so easy to recognize for the amateur eye as for the expert.
A.B. is internationally recognised for the quality of her movements, her unique musical performance and her generous personality. She is currently working on her own as well as other dancers with the aspiration of expanding the content of an unlimited dance in a variety of ways. Developing presentations, workshops for couples and for dancers who want to consciously learn the functionality of the bodies to enjoy this social dance regardless of the style they dance.
Do I need to Sign Up?
No sign up required.
What should I wear?
Clothing that is comfortable to move around in. For footwear, wear shoes that you can pivot easily and don’t stick to the wooden floor.
Direction to the Studio & Car Park?
When you arrive to the address, you will see a building named “Parisian Building” on your right and on the left is a car park which is free for the dancers(**). Follow the road around to your right (Parisian Building is now on your left), you will come across a metal gate on your left, walk down the stair you will see the studio.
(**) If you park behind another car in the car park, please do not assume the owner in front of you is also attending the same event as you; please leave a note and contact number on your windscreen so the owner knows where to find you or contact you. Otherwise, your car maybe at risk of begin towed.
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