Saturday, 6 October 2018

TANGO NEWS

If you have any feedback, please send an email to bristoltango@yahoo.co.uk.


Bristol Tango Calendar (is this site worth £120 a year?):
It's the time of year when I get my annual bill to host this site. I'd welcome all ideas as to how I should raise the funds, from both organisers and dancers, please. I've been invited to place collection boxes at some events, this is the best way for you to show your appreciation, if your organiser doesn't have one, please ask if you can set one up.


Visiting Teachers (Bristol area)
Jan7:: The Tango Room: Alberto Ortiz

Specials:
January 26-27: Tango Room: Graciela Gamba and Diego Converti
February 2: Winter Ball at Miskin Manor (advance booking)
February 22: Tango Room: Seminar with Andrew 'Tanguito' Cejas

Regional Weekend Events
Tango Feast (Torquay, Devon) - these events often sell out
Tango Mango (Totnes, Devon) - pre booking required SOLD OUT
Tango Tangk (Bramshaw, New Forest)
Thames Valley Tango (usually 4 events - Christmas / Easter plus others) - no pre booking required

Please check the individual clubs' sites to ensure that you have the most up-to-date info. - I'm not always told about last minute cancellations

Saturday, 30 May 2015

Calendar

To add an event, please send an email to bristoltango@yahoo.co.uk.
Please include details of the event in a format that allows me to 'cut and paste' details to the calendar and ensure that you include an accurate postcode (please check on Google Maps) and contact details

Saturday, 28 March 2015

Where to Learn Argentine Tango in Bristol?

Tango Alchemy 
Thursdays in Bristol (all levels)

Tango West
Wednesdays in Bristol (all levels)

Tango Puro
Mondays and Wednesdays in Bristol (all levels)

Tango de la Rosa
Wednesdays in Bath (Beginners & Intermediates)
Thursdays in Swindon (Beginners)

Tango y Tu
Mondays in Bristol (plus additional dates)

Tango Note
Wednesdays in Bristol



See the calendar and the websites for full information.

Monday, 21 April 2014

What is Argentine Tango?

Argentine tango is a partner dance that sprang up spontaneously from the immigrant population of Buenos Aires in the late 19th century.

What defines Argentine tango is the music and the passion.  Without the music there is no Argentine tango.  Without the passion, the dance is not Argentine tango.

The music is a distinct mixture of rhythm, melancholy and passion. Argentine tango music stirs up all the feelings your have inside your soul.

The dance is an expression of these deep feelings.