Posted: 12:05, Tuesday 5 November 2013 by Mark Stojani
Updated: 04:06, Tuesday 24 March 2015 by Janett Jackson
Siempre Tango milongas are back to our traditional Friday nights (the 2nd Friday of the month) at our regular venue, the Dom Polski Centre (232 Angas St Adelaide – click here for map) 8.30pm to 12midnight $10 entry.
Come along and help create and enjoy the atmosphere. DJ Mark Stojani. Drinks available at the bar.
Posted: 22:02, Sunday 18 March 2012 by Andrew Gibki
Updated: 22:36, Sunday 18 March 2012 by Andrew Gibki
Hi ladies, are you looking to improve your tango technique?
These workshops will include a series of exercises designed to improve your technique in walking, connection, ochos, turns and musical adornments. The focus will be on improving your following skills, consistent posture, dissociation and musicality.
Workshop 1: Sunday, April 1 2012 (5.15pm–6.15pm)
Workshop 2: Sunday, April 15 2012 (2.00pm–3.00pm)
Skill level is Open. $15 per workshop.
To enrol in one or both workshops, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or enrol in person at practica or class. Enrolments essential.
Please wear comfortable trousers and bring both socks and heels.
Please arrive 15 minutes before the workshop starts in order to warm up and organise payments.
Posted: 16:27, Saturday 11 February 2012 by Janett Jackson
Updated: 11:32, Monday 13 February 2012 by Mark Stojani
Tango music and dancing on the 17th February from 8.30pm till late. Performance by Ruth Roshan and Tango Noir will start the evening, followed by a milonga.
Tickets are $25 or $20 concession. Book in advance by phoning Coriole on 8323 8305.
Please bring a plate of food to share, Coriole wine can be bought at the venue.
Posted: 09:48, Sunday 8 January 2012 by Andrew Gibki
Updated: 10:57, Monday 9 January 2012 by Andrew Gibki
Why not try learning Argentine Tango! The 4-week beginner introduction course starts on Sunday February 5th 2012, at 4pm.
This course is designed for students with no previous dance experience and it aims to introduce students to the basics of authentic Argentine social tango.
Couples and singles welcome!
New Year Special Deal
We have a special deal for 2012: The Beginners 4 week Intro Course is $50 and you can bring a partner for free!
Posted: 12:37, Saturday 7 January 2012 by Mark Stojani
Updated: 13:09, Saturday 7 January 2012 by Mark Stojani
Siempre Tango will be starting a New Beginner Class for all you people who have been threatening to do something different and decided that this is the year to do it. “Get some culcha inta ya” and if you bring a partner you can both enrol in the Four week Course for the Price of one. If you are a current student then why not suggest this offer to friends or even purchase a gift voucher for them!...
Register your interest today at email@example.com
If you’ve always wanted to learn to dance Argentine tango, here’s your chance! Siempre Tango warmly invites you to enrol in our beginner tango class, a four week block starting late March at the Eastwood Community Centre, 95 Glen Osmond Road Eastwood.
Our introductory offer for the new beginner class is $50.00 for this special four week block, and if you book as a couple, it’s still $50.00!! i.e. 2 for the price of 1! So enrolling with a partner is a bonus.
We now have 2 new beginner classes available!!
– 22nd March Sunday, 3PM – 4PM (Eastwood Community Centre)
– 25th March Wednesday, 7.30PM – 8.30PM (St Theodore’s Church Hall)
Please register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details.
This course is designed for students with no previous dance experience and it aims to introduce students to the basics of authentic Argentine social tango. Couples and singles welcome!
If you have always wanted to learn to dance the Argentine Tango in Adelaide or have had a long break from classes, why not register your interest today? All skill levels welcome.
Continuing beginners classes continue 4pm Sunday 1st February 2015
Sunday Continuing Classes dates 2015
1st Block: 1st February to 8th March (no lesson 15th March).
2nd Block: 22nd March to 12th April (4 weeks block, no lesson on 5th April and 19th April).
3rd Block: 26th April to 31st May (no lesson 7th June).
4th Block: 14th June to 19th July (no lesson 26th July).
5th Block: 2nd August to 6th September (no lesson 13th September).
6th Block: 20th September to 25th October (no lesson 1st November).
7th Block: 8th November to 13th December.
Classes commence Wednesday 21 January 2015
Wed class dates 2015
1st Block: 21st January to 25th February (no Beginner classes in this block) (no lesson 4th March).
2nd Block: 11th March to 15th April (Beginner classes commence 25th March) (no lesson 22nd April).
3rd Block: 29th April to 3rd June (no lesson 10th June).
4th Block: 17th June to 22nd July (no lesson 29th July).
5th Block: 5th August to 9th September (no lesson 16th September).
6th Block: 23th September to 28th October (no lesson 4th November).
7th Block: 11th November to 16th December.
Practicas will resume 15 January 2015
Practicas are from 8pm to 9.30pm on Thursday nights at North Adelaide Community Centre, Tynte Street (map)
Welcome to practice your techniques, dance with friends, and as a tradition: Drink after practica!
Milongas at Dom Polski 8.30pm to midnight now on the 2nd Friday of the month Click for map
17th December (Super Practica at Thursday)
Posted: 21:30, Friday 6 February 2015 by Lucy Lu
Updated: 22:06, Friday 6 February 2015 by Lucy Lu
This is Juan D’Arienzo’s Orchestra with singer Alberto Echagüe. Tango “Paciencia” with Subtitles in English – Original video from a Saturday’s Show recorded in the TV Channel 4 Monte Carlo, Montevideo, Uruguay, February 1964.
Posted: 15:30, Monday 20 January 2014 by Janett Jackson
Updated: 16:02, Monday 20 January 2014 by Janett Jackson
‘La cumparsita’ (The Little Carnival Procession) is the most famous tango of all time. It is to the tango what the ‘Blue Danube’ is to the waltz.
Written around 1917 by the Uruguayan Gerardo Hernan Matos Rodríguez (March 28, 1897 – April 25, 1948) as a marching tune for the student federation to which he belonged, it was turned into a tango by the bandleader Roberto Firpo (May 10, 1884 – June 14, 1969).
In 1924 lyrics by Pascual Contursi (November 18, 1888 – May 28, 1932) and Enrique Pedro Maroni (17 March 1887 – 30 December 1957) were added and the song was recorded by Carlos Gardel (born Charles Romuald Gardes; 11 December 1890 – 24 June 1935), with guitar accompaniment.
Ref: Azzi, Maria Susana. 1995. Part 111 The golden age and after: 1920s – 1990s. Pp. 114 to 160 in Tango: the dance, the song, the story, edited by S. Collier. London: Thames and Hudson. P 134.
Posted: 01:39, Sunday 19 August 2012 by Janett Jackson
Updated: 01:13, Sunday 19 August 2012 by Janett Jackson
‘In 1913, Madame Lucile of Hanover Square, London, presented gowns designed especially for tango dancing…The aigrette headdress…became particularly associated with the dance.’
ref: Collier, Simon, Artemis Cooper, Maria Susana Azzi, and Richard Martin. 1995. Tango: the dance, the song, the story. London: Thames and Hudson. p183.