NEW Beginners Course in Argentine Tango: April 2016.
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Venue: Top Floor, Calleja Ltd, Bishop Labini Street, Birkirkara
In joy, we present to you Tango To The 80s. Experience a time warp! From 9pm onwards, Roman’s Den in Rabat will transform its dance style as the night goes by.
Keep Friday the 24th October from 9pm onwards free for the TANGO TO THE 80s MILONGA PARTY @ Roman’s Den in 58, Triq il-Kbira Rabat (by St.Paul’s church)! It’s going to be great fun :).
Entrance €5 at the door. Dancers & Non-dancers welcome!
Between 9pm and 11.30pm, DJ David Bugeja will be playing wonderful tangos from the 30s, 40s and 50s. After 11.30pm, popular 80s music will be played so prepare to groove on the dance floor.
The Roman’s Den is a true gem of it’s time. Unspoiled by modernity, it provides a genuine ambiance of the 80s, with disco ball and all.
A fully stocked bar with great prices to match.
The food by chef patron Daniel Tanti is just gorgeous. If you wish to dine and make a reservation: 21456970
Prepare for a night of fun. Wear 80s accessories if you wish!
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We are happy to announce the course: Introduction to Argentine Tango B: Experiencing the Connection & Crosses between the 24th and 26th of January 2014. This will build on the Fundamentals and Basics A.
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Introduction to Argentine Tango B: Experiencing the Connection & Crosses
Building on the substantial benefit of the fundamentals of tango, this course is focusing on the connection experienced in the open and closed embrace, taking the normal and alternate walks to a new level and introducing the outside walk. Transitioning between the walks will be key to confidence building on the dancefloor together with enjoying learning new steps like the essential the placed ocho and la cruzada. Time for play with the low boleo for embellishment. Course fee €60 including free practica session at end of course. Email email@example.com for reservations and questions.
Who: Those who have already a good introduction to tango fundamentals by following Introduction to Argentine Tango A or otherwise and anyone who wishes to revisit them.
Workshop: This course will take the format of a workshop. The beauty of the workshop is that we are working together on consecutive days, building from one hour to the next, from one day to the next. We will maximise what we have learnt by practising in the following week without adding new material so as to let the body understand and absorb the tecnica taught in the workshop.
When: Friday 24th January: 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Saturday 25th January: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Sunday 26th January: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
+ Free Practica Session (Tuesday 28th January 7.30pm – 9.00pm)
Where: Top Floor, Calleja Ltd, 31 Bishop Labini Street, B’Kara
What: Revision of the change of balance, normal, alternate walk and pivoted ocho.
Introduction to the Musicality of The Tango – dancing to the rhythm
Introduction to floor craft – navigating corners confidently
Introduction to the close embrace
Price: Price: € 60 (price includes tuition + a free practica session. Improvers (students of Isla del Tango who have already done the same course) may be eligible for a discount. No reimbursements given for missed classes by students. Payments on first day of class. No deposit but commitment required as we work on trust basis.
Looking forward to continue guiding you on this wonderful journey of Argentine tango 🙂
Aldo Calleja & Natalie Debono / Isla del Tango
Isla del Tango School of Tango: Celebrating 16 years of Argentine Tango in Malta
Wednesday 11th December 2013 between 7.30pm and 9.30pm
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VENUE: Top Floor, Calleja Ltd. 31, Bishop Labini Street, B’Kara.
Aldo C. & Natalie D. / Isla del Tango (MALTA)
Isla del Tango School of Argentine Tango (est 1997)
“There is a big difference between dancing in class, dancing socially, and practicing. You cannot get the most out of your dance without all three”. The class is where you learn these things intellectually. You work out in your mind how the steps work, where your feet go and what your torso does. The practica is where you put this knowledge into your body. When your body remembers it for you, that is when you can reliably and comfortably perform the technique at a milonga, without worrying about whether you did it right. The only way to turn intellectual knowledge into body knowledge is repetition. Practice” Kara Ohlinger.