We discover a fantastic Facebook group for tango lovers who want to have a quick dance while waiting in the airport.
The statment of the group said:
You can use this group to find that elusive tanda anywhere you might be stranded. Oh yes.
Trains, planes, Starbucks, Stumptown, doctor's offices, waiting for an IRS audit, restaurants, 7th inning stretch at Fenway, at a Milonga where people are only dancing with people they know - be bold and creative.
The name of this group will not change to reflect such bold expansion of intention. Why? Once a group has more than 201 followers the name can't be changed! If you remember, that happened in the first hour…
You can have a video at:
Good teachers would tell you, and from the very first lesson, that tango is not only about steps, and how important it is to think about musicality. But for dancers it is difficult to know what musicality is, and there are so many steps to think about that you can forget the most important aspect – the music.
That's why Pablo and Naomi made this video on musicality.
Canaro – the pop of tango!
Francisco Canaro is usually associated with the beginning of tango music, but he remained one of the most famous tango artists for a long time, not only after his debut. His constant fame (and the fortune, which came with it) was mainly due to his ability to adapt the music to the fashions of the moment, which resulted in thousands of tangos. That’s also why he is considered the “pop” of tango.
Hear the passionate, dramatic music of the largest tango group in the country and learn to tango
LONDON – Purcell Room, Southbank Centre - Thursday 19th March 7:45pm: Equator Festival is proud to present The London Tango Orchestra and Tango Fever. The orchestra is a real 'orquesta tipica' uniting leading UK tango musicians with players from Argentina and featuring the music of Piazzolla.