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Were you one of the Sixty (60) Tangueros @ Viva Summer Kickoff Party last Thursday?
Luck and planning has it that this will be a Monthly Event. See you next time. Please come EVERY THURSDAY.
Thursday, May 28th, 8 PM
Fabulous Food & Dancing in a Milonga Club Setting
4 Live Music Sessions with Peace DJing
DRESS TO IMPRESS
(*) Amazing Tango Trio of international musicians (see bios below).
Thursday May 28th from 8 – 11:30 PM. Cost $15 and $5 for students.
$10 for Non-dancers to listen to live music, watch dancing and refreshments
Location is Suzanne Patterson Building at 45 Stockton St, Princeton.
Large and beautiful dance floor with off-street parking at the entrance.
Partner is not necessary – non dancers are welcome.
Maurizio Najt, Piano, is a graduate of the Conservatorio Nacional de Música in Buenos Aires. He played an important role as a tango pianist in the New York tango scene, performing with “Amigos del Tango”, and the New York Tango Trio; Forever Tango Orchestra (Luis Bravo’s Tony winning production); Lincoln Center Plaza, Alice Tully Hall, Winter Garden, El Museo del Barrio in NYC, as well as the Argentine Embassy in DC and Tokyo. He composed the soundtrack for the acclaimed off-Broadway musical, “Don Quixote” which was nominated for an “ACE” award and the original music for “A Tango for Tita”. Mr. Najt is the Ballet Pianist for the Astoria Fine Arts Center and the Frank Sinatra School. He performed in 2013 with the Forever Tango Show on Broadway.
Rodolfo Zanetti, Bandoneon, is from Mendoza, Argentina and studied bandoneón with Jorge Puebla and Alberto Hilario Iribarne, and piano with Monica Rizzo and Roberto Urbay at the National University of Cuyo in Mendoza. With the support of the Astor Piazzolla Foundation in 2002, he was named the Musical Director of Piazzolla’s “operita” Maria de Buenos Aires. While still a teenager, he joined the Orquesta Tipica Mancifesta and later, played with Tango & Punto, an ensemble from Mendoza. In 2004, he joined the Bandó quintet and toured the U.S. performing in New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. Rodolfo recently performed at the Kennedy Center and in 2013, and at the Embassy of Argentina for the Organization of American States celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Recovery of Democracy in the Republic of Argentina.
Adam Tully, Guitarist, made his debut at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall in 2002 and appeared subsequently as a soloist with the Port Angeles Symphony and in solo recitals. After studying in Buenos Aires with the great tango guitarist Anibal Arias, he took an active role in tango, playing in New York with Octavio Brunetti, Daniel Binelli, Raul Jaurena, Tito Castro, Pancho Navarro and Pablo Pereyra. He plays with the tango guitar quartet Las Guitarras Lunfardas, and with his own trio has hosted the weekly event ‘Tango Thursdays’ in Brooklyn since 2009. Adam has performed at Merkin Hall, Symphony Space, Kaufman Concert Hall, Carnegie Hall, and the Centro Cultural San Martín. Adam is on the faculty of ‘Tango For Musicians’ at Reed College, the premiere program for tango education outside of Argentina. He is also an adjunct professor of guitar at John Jay College of the City University of New York.