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“There are no full stops in nature; neither is there absolute silence. The world and everything in it would have to stop breathing. Musicians and dancers know perhaps better than anyone else about this subconscious hum that accompanies us in ordinary and extraordinary life.
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Tango Sexism, Part 2
The gentleman leads. The lady follows. To those unfamiliar with tango, there exists a misconception that it’s a sexist, male-dominated activity. But before we go whining to the Political Correctness police, let’s take a closer look at how the roles actually work. 859 more words
Good Day to you all,
Over the last couple of weeks Pam and I have been trying to get back into the “groove,” (no, not rut) with respect to our attending Milonga’s and dancing on a regular basis and to this end we attended a couple of Milonga’s over the weekend namely Paradiso on Friday and la Cachila on Sunday giving Saturday a miss. 366 more words
Viva Tango Inc. hosted Cyrena Drusin in her return from Buenos Aires, this time with her Tango partner Alejandro Zacco.
Were you one of the over 50 tangueros at this event? 127 more words
Vittoria and Guillermo will come back to Viva Tango Inc., TODAY, Thursday, April 10th.
This week’s all levels class will emphasize, as usual on the all important Fundamentals. 69 more words