Sven Elze and Pedram Shahyar, Tango Kollektiv The challenge facing every tango professional is how to attract new dancers. Sven and Pedram have some ideas, which are working here in Berlin.
As many of you know, I have been on a tour of milongas in Europe and North America. While on this tour many people have suggested that I should organize trips for others to visit the milongas that I have been to. Well, we we tried. Together with co-host, Anne Marie Desser, we tried to organize a fiv-day tango tour of Manhattan.
It turns out that tours are very different from milongas, festivals, mara- thon or encuentroa. They have their own unique character and economics.
The concept is to immerse the guests into the local tango scene and environment, by introducing the to the milongas, schools and instructors in the area. Pur intention is to customize the tour to the needs of the attendees, by finding them classes and. This is in addition to attending seven milongas in five days, as well as an outdoor morning practica to get you going.
And, all of this will be happening in Manhattan. We will try again, some day when we can find a less expensive way to do it. We have long wanted to produce a special edition of MTW dedicated to tango in Mos- cow.
Polina Yegurnova has offered to edit this edition. She has been living in Moscow since Educated in advertising and graphic design, she has worked as a fashion illustrator, journalist and editor.
She began studying tango inand dances both as a leader and as a follower.
Inshe made her first visit to Buenos Aires, and found boundless world of tango — the literature, the music, the rhythm of tango have their meaning in the tango culture, not just dance. In Moscow, they had lost this most important side of tango, its sense and spirit, Muscovites had been concentrating on how to step, how to hold the back and how to dress.
So, she studied the history of tango in Russia and in Argentina. She found the great world of historical studies in this sphere — monographs, essays, memoirs of the famous researchers of tango — Carlos Vega, Horacio Ferrer, and Pavel Pichoogin. Inshe and Andrey Klimovich, compiled this information and created a website, Tango Moskva, that contains this history of tango music and tango creators It is located at: Tango Awareness Alexandru Eugen Cristea Boleos Voleos Raymond Lauzzana If you would like to join us, send us your stories and news from your tango group.
We welcome your participation in this exciting adventure. The rhythm of the tango reached Moscow when it was first heard in the s. Many very popular tangos were produced in Russia during the 20th Century.
This article reviews Russian tango from its earliest days through the fall of the Soviet Union. By the s, tango music and dance had lost their popularity, to be reborn at the end of the century.
Muscovites were fond of everything fashionable, from No tango recordings with her voice exist now. But, the early cameras, exotic imports from Africa and Asia, many sources name her as the first singer to popularize the Art Nouveau style.
Moscow culture was very pro- tango in Russia. Exotic gressive and international. For example, the ballet Rus- sian Seasons by Sergei Diaghilev was performed. For example, in Roman Tyrtov.
The song was, in fact, the artistic translation of the Tango, was something exotic that instantly gained popu- lyrics El Choclo.
But in the musical terms, it sounded like a larity among the Moscow bourgeoisie. Inthe Rus- classical romantic ballad.
But, the tango was unknown to the Where the southern sky is so blue, general public. It was a dance for the elite. Tango was Where any woman is like a picture, brought to the masses by performing artists and co- There Joe fell in love with Clo Bythis new dance found the way to the When she lit the evening lamp, She danced with him in the tavern cafes of Moscow.
For a drunk and roaring mob teasing tango.The alternative dance floor is located on the second floor, for the tangueros, who prefer tango nuevo, neotango, alternative, tango rarities, non-Argentinian tango, or orquestas moderna.
at one of the music. Mostly milongas are traditional Argentine tango milongas in Budapest, apart from tango-waltz-milonga of the Golden Age (La Guardia.
Noche de Tango en Ybor City Tampa Tango Argentino presentard el event "Milonga La Portefita" el sdbado, 4 de agosto, en el hermoso sal6n de bailey los numerosos tangueros y tangueras de Tampa hardn de esa noche una celebraci6n inolvidable.
Entrada: $15 y $10 presen-tando carnet estudiantil. Le moment tango gère des situations multiples: constitution d’orchestres, spectacles, concerts, bals, milonga, cours, etc. Il y a une culture tango.
Mieux qu’une langue parlée, c’est un langage du corps qui permet de voyager partout dans le monde.5/5(1). Tango and bolero enjoyed a golden era during the s and s. were appropriated in a process of consumption that started in the late s and reached its peak in the s.
both genres. most of them born in other places of Latin America. along with bambuco. stimulated by the apogee of the driving Argentinean and Mexican recording and film.
tango in LA Contact SHOP Classes. Welcome FAQ Group Classes Private Lessons Class Demos Schedule WORKSHOPS Pricing Fall LATA MEMBERS. Checklist Book Video Assessment Video Links Class Demos. Apr 28, · In some ways, ''Milonga Boulevard'' was no ordinary tango show.
In others, it was the tango as usual. Most theatrical adaptations of tangos resemble cabaret acts. A .