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It Takes Two to Tango

Tanguera, the feminine for Tango dancer, is what my dance teacher calls me. It’s maybe been two months since I started learning Argentinian Tango and I am delighted so far! 309 more words

Reflections

WHY 'DANCED' TANGO?

An Argentinian friend we met thanks to one of our endeavors here in the South of Chile (an endeavor called EMISUR) once said that the revival experienced by tango in the last 20 to 30 years was due to the “ 159 more words

Argentine Tango

Ada

The tanguera Ada Falcón made her stage debut in 1910 at the age of five. Known then as La joyita argentina (The Little Argentine Jewel… 842 more words

Get To Know The Feeling Of Liberation And Relief

The big adventure from this past week was that I got to perform – the culmination of all that time spent practicing, learning and refining our Pasodoble routine. 1,972 more words

Dancing

Hello world!

This is our very first post on this new adventure on our tango trip. Here you will find our views, thoughts, philosophy and approach to tango dancing in Puerto Montt, Chile. 29 more words

Argentine Tango

Vienna Calling

The studio is open by appointment only from Wednesday through Tuesday and the Body Double is taking some time off so we had a double lesson last night.  959 more words

Ballroom Dancing

The New Normal

Well the rift in the studio’s space-time continuum caused by The Statue’s departure and my ugly break up with Z is starting to heal.  I have not yet had my first lesson with Kid T but we have a tentative schedule now worked out.  1,026 more words

Ballroom Dancing