Thursday, August 16th At Viva Tango , 5th event of Princeton Tango Festival – Michael Nadtochi and Paulita Workshop and Milonga with Performance , 7pm-11:45pm, DJed by Michael Nadtochi

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Michael And Paulita workshop  7pm-8:30pm

Variations of ocho w/sacadas and ladie’s adornments

Milonga 8:30pm – 11:45pm

Paulita and Michael met at a famous Milonga in Buenos Aires in December 2017. After just a few tandas together, their chemistry on the dance floor was so remarkably unique, that a creative and dynamic partnership was born. They will be performing and teaching in tango communities across the globe – UK, Germany, Latvia, Russia, Argentina and Italy.

 Michael Nadtochi introduces Paulita to VivaTango dancers. Paulita is a master of elegant tango. Come see them in performance in Princeton. The workshop on “Variations of ocho w/sacadas and ladie’s adornments” will feature Paulita’s special skills.

 

 

 

7 PM Doors Open

Workshop 7 to 8:30 PM

Milonga 8:30 to 11:45 PM

DJing by Michael

Performance 10 PM

Socialize at our food Table

Partner not needed

Beginners welcome

Off street lighted parking

Workshop cost $15  \

Milonga + Performance cost $20

Workshop + Milonga + Performance $30

Full time Students $10

 

NEXT WEEK – PRINCETON SUMMER TANGO FESTIVAL, event 6

8/23 8:00 LIVE MUSIC milonga by trio featuring Maurizio Najt on piano, Javier Sanchez on bandoneon and John DeCesare on bass. Kerry Kay will DJ between sets.

COMING EVENTS

8/30 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu  in Performance

9/6 Ivan Romero and Silvana Nunez  – Performance and Workshop

9/13 Michael Nadtochi

9/20 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena – Performance, Showcase  and Workshop

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Thursday, August 9th at Viva Tango Jacklyn and Roberto class “Master the Gancho” 8pm-9pm following by Milonga, 9pm-11:45pm

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Four-time US Tango Championships finalists

Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena will teach a workshop on

Developing gancho sequences and mastering the movement”.

A milonga will follow the lesson.

45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ

8:00 Doors Open

8:10 Workshop by Roberto & Jacklyn

9 to 11:45 Milonga

Socialize around our food table

Partner not needed

Beginners and spectators welcome

 

 

Off street, lighted parking

Cost $15 (full time students $5)

Details at: www.VivaTango.org   

 

 

 

Coming Events   

  1. 8/16  PSTF Event #5 Michael Nadtochi with dance partner Paulita from London
  2. 8/23 PSTF Event #6  Live Music Maurizio Najt, Javier Sanchez and John DeCesare
  3. 8/30 PTSF Event #7  Roberto and Jacklyn will perform, and will present a Showcase. Milonga will follow.
  4. 9/6 PSTF Event #8 Workshop and Performance by Ivan Romero and Silvana Nunez

Thursday Aug 2nd at Viva Tango Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu class following Milonga DJed by Dmitri Rizer

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Modern music has rap artists, and Tango has Wrap Artists. This week learn about “Sweet and Gentle Wraps”. Wraps are the Kodak moment in a Tango dance. The lesson will teach how to be a wrapper or wrapee. A milonga Djed by Dmitri will follow the lesson. Iwona and Pablo will provide a guided practica after the lesson for those dancers wanting help in mastering the lesson.

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8pm Class with Pablo & Iwona

9 pm to Midnight Milonga

Milonga DJed by Dmitri Rizer

Guided Practica following lesson

 

Directions to Viva45 Stockton St, Princeton NJ 08540

Large hardwood dance floor

Off-street parking at the entrance

Socialize VivaTango’s food tables
Partner is not necessary

Cost $15 and $5 for students

Details at www.VivaTango.org

 

 

Pablo, who is originally from the suburbs of Buenos Aires, has studied tango with various master teachers in his home country and in the United States. Iwona explored a few other forms of dance before taking up tango, which she has studied in depth and practiced locally. Pablo and Iwona teach the Argentine tango classes at Princeton Adult School and they teach regularly at Viva Tango in Princeton, where they are artists in residence.

 

Coming Events

8/9 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena –Roberto DJing

8/16  Michael Nadtoch with dance partner Paulita from London – Princeton Summer Tango Festival Event 5

8/23 Live Music Maurizio Najt, Javier Sanchez and Pablo Lanouguere – Princeton Summer Tango Festival Event 6

9/6 Ivan Romero and Silvana Nunez – Princeton Summer Tango Festival Event #7

Thursday, July 26th at Viva Tango Live Music with Il Faut Tango Duo – Musicality Lesson and Milonga, 8pm – 11:45pm

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Princeton Summer Tango Festival

Il Faut Tango Duo

On Second US Tango Tour

Musicality Lesson 6:30pm-7:30pm at Secret Garden , Princeton 

Live Music Milonga at Suzanne Patterson Center 

8pm-11:45pm  

Il Faut Tango Duo are a tango guitar duo from Buenos Aires , Argentina, who dazzle and delight audiences worldwide while seeking to enrich dancers’ musicality in Tango. Their concerts offer a beautiful selection of the most representative Tangos, Waltzes, and Milongas from the 20th century until now. Instrumental and sung songs adapted for all kinds of venues .

Il Faut Tango Duo (Flavio Romanelli & Marcos Martignano) are professional musicians from Buenos Aires, Argentina. They has been sponsored by the National Tango Academy of Argentina and declared “Cultural Interest” by the Ministry of Culture of Argentina. As part of their fifth international tour (second time in USA), they will be presenting songs from their latest album “Avanti”.

Flavio Romanelli

Composer, arranger, guitarist and music teacher. Graduated from the “School of Music of Buenos Aires” (2006), there he joined the Tango Orchestra of that institution. He continued his studies at the “National Academy of Tango” (2009) with the great Maestro Anibal Arias. He was part of the 3rd Campus of Contemporary Guitar, dictated jointly by important teachers as Quique Sinesi and Carlos Moscardini among others. Currently he is studying a degree in Music Composition at the National University of Arts (Argentina). He has toured throughout Australia, New Zealand and Europe.

 

 

Marcos Martignano

Composer, arranger, guitar player. Graduated from the Conservatory of Chascomús (Buenos Aires), he completed studies with Eduardo Pertusi. He continued his studies at the “National Academy of Tango” (2009) with the great Maestro Anibal Arias. He has participated in several seminars and master classes both in Brazil and Uruguay in 2007 and 2008. He studied harmony and composition in SADAIC (Buenos Aires) by Maestro Juan Carlos Cirigliano between 2012 and 2014. In recent years, he has toured throughout the European continent.

 

 

There are two events:

First there is a Workshop on Tango Music. This workshop is held in a secret garden in Princeton. This workshop explains the fundamental parameters of Tango music and gives you the tools to take them to your dance. Strong and weak beat, the variation, endings with rallentandos, are some of the important topics. Do not miss this amazing opportunity to go deeper in Tango, identifying the musical elements that support your dancing! Thursday July 26th, 6:30 pm at 48 Nassau Street, Princeton NJ

Details of Workshop:  https://www.facebook.com/events/199492757417666/
WORKSHOP price $15

Second There is a Milonga with Live Music at 45 Stockton St, Princeton 08540 – $20

(If you are taking the workshop we suggest you park at the milonga venue address and walk the 4 blocks to 48 Nassau Street)

Details of the live music Milonga: https://www.facebook.com/events/2105348716146527

MILONGA with live music $20
Thursday July 26th, 8 pm.
BOTH EVENTS FOR ONLY $30!

COMING EVENTS

8/2 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu – Dmitri DJing

8/9 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

8/16  Michael Nadtoch with dance partner Paulita from London

8/23 Live Music Maurizio Najt, Javier Sanchez and Pablo Lanouguere

Thursday, July 19th at Viva Tango Michael Nadtochi, 8pm-11:45pm, ‘The drama of the Pause’ class and Milonga DJing by Michael

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Thursday, July 19th at 8pm-11:45pm

MICHAEL NADTOCHI

The drama of the Pause

The drama of the Pause will be the subject of this week’s lesson. Learn when and how to make dramatic pauses. The pause is the easiest step to do, but requires understanding how to use it to maximum effect. Learn about Pausing versus Moving

Michael Nadtochi has been a professional dancer for more than two decades. His vast dance experience consists of performing, competing, choreographing and educating dancers and professionals all over the world. For the past 14 years Michael focused entirely on performing and teaching the art of Argentine Tango. He has traveled the world, took part in major international tango festivals where he taught and performed at some of the most spectacular venues. Germany, Italy, Denmark, Turkey, Russia, Belarus, Cyprus, Malaysia, Canada, Scotland are among the countries that he visited as special guests and performing artist. He has taught and performed in the major tango festivals in the USA, and he has been one of the dancers at Malbec & Tango House NYC – the first authentic nightly Argentine Tango show produced in USA.


45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ
8:00 Doors Open
8:10 Workshop by Michael
9 to 11:45 Milonga
Socialize around our food table
Partner not needed
Beginners and spectators welcome
Off street, lighted parking

Cost $15 (full time students $5) 

Coming Events

7/26 Live Music by IL FAUT

8/2 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

8/9 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena –Roberto DJing

8/16  Michael Nadtoch with dance partner Paulita from London

8/23 Live Music Maurizio Najt, Javier Sanchez and Pablo Lanouguere

Thursday July 12th at Viva Tango Jacklyn and Roberto “Understanding Footwork for Both Roles” Workshop and Milonga 8:00 to 11:45

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Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

Thursday July 12th 8:00 to 11:45

Four-time US Tango Championships finalists, Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena will teach a lesson on “Understanding Footwork for Both Roles”. A milonga will follow the lesson.

 

 

 

 

45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ

8:00 Doors Open

8:10 Workshop by Roberto & Jacklyn

9 to 11:45 Milonga

 

 

Socialize around our food table

Partner not needed

Beginners and spectators welcome

Off street, lighted parking

Tango clothing on display

Cost $15 (full time students $5)

Coming Events

7/19 Michael Nadtochi

7/26 Live Music by IL FAUT

8/2 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

8/9 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena –Roberto DJing

8/16  Michael Nadtoch with dance partner Paulita from London

8/23 Live Music Maurizio Najt, Javier Sanchez and Pablo Lanouguere

A Combined Post For The Next 3 Thursdays: July 5th – July 19th


Thursday, July 5th at 8pm-11:45pm

IWONA And PABLO & Maria Aldrete DJing

Pablo, who is originally from the suburbs of Buenos Aires, has studied tango with various master teachers in his home country and in the United States. Iwona explored a few other forms of dance before taking up tango, which she has studied in depth and practiced locally. Pablo and Iwona teach the Argentine tango classes at Princeton Adult School and they teach regularly at Viva Tango in Princeton, where they are artists in residence.


Thursday, July 12th at 8pm-11:45pm

JACKLYN And ROBERTO

Four-time US Tango Championships finalists, Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena will teach a lesson. A milonga will follow the lesson.


Thursday, July 19th at 8pm-11:45pm

MICHAEL NADTOCHI

Michael Nadtochi has been a professional dancer for more than two decades. His vast dance experience consists of performing, competing, choreographing and educating dancers and professionals all over the world. For the past 14 years Michael focused entirely on performing and teaching the art of Argentine Tango. He has traveled the world, took part in major international tango festivals where he taught and performed at some of the most spectacular venues. Germany, Italy, Denmark, Turkey, Russia, Belarus, Cyprus, Malaysia, Canada, Scotland are among the countries that he visited as special guests and performing artist. He has taught and performed in the major tango festivals in the USA, and he has been one of the dancers at Malbec & Tango House NYC – the first authentic nightly Argentine Tango show produced in USA.


45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ
8:00 Doors Open
8:10 Workshop by Roberto & Jacklyn
9 to 11:45 Milonga
Socialize around our food table
Partner not needed
Beginners and spectators welcome
Off street, lighted parking
Tango clothing on display

Cost $15 (full time students $5) 


Coming Events

7/26 Live Music by IL FAUT

8/2 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

8/9 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena –Roberto DJing

8/16  Michael Nadtoch with dance partner Paulita from London

8/23 Live Music Maurizio Najt, Javier Sanchez and Pablo Lanouguere

 

Thursday, June 21st at Viva Tango Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu, Workshop and Milonga 8pm-11:45pm

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Lesson this week is “Combining Sacada, Gancho and Boleo in a Single Sequence” Kerry Kay DJing Milonga 

8 pm – Doors open

8:10pm – Class

9pm to Midnight Milonga

9pm to 11pm Jewelry, Shoes and Tango clothes sale and exchange

Guided Practica following lesson

Suzanne Patterson Building at 45 Stockton St, Princeton

Large hardwood dance floor with off-street parking at the entrance

Socialize around VivaTango’s Food and Beverage tables
Partner is not necessary – Beginners welcome

Cost $15 and $5 for full time students

Pablo, who is originally from the suburbs of Buenos Aires, has studied tango with various master teachers in his home country and in the United States. Iwona explored a few other forms of dance before taking up tango, which she has studied in depth and practiced locally. Pablo and Iwona teach the Argentine tango classes at Princeton Adult School and they teach regularly at Viva Tango in Princeton, where they are artists in residence.

*********Special Announcement **********

FUN!! Viva Tango organizes Jewelry, Shoes and Tango clothes sale and exchange on June 21st. Dear ladies! Tired of some of your jewelry or clothes? Please bring them in for sale/exchange! Put the price/your name/phone number on the tag. We will provide table/clothes rack/additional light. For details/questions/suggestions please contact Yelena, 732-406-7118(call/text)

Viva Tango Events and PRINCETON SUMMER TANGO FESTIVAL COMING EVENTS

6/28 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

7/5 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

7/12 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

7/19 Michael Nadtochi

7/26 Live Music by IL FAUT

8/9 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

8/16 Michael Nadtochi and Paulita

8/23 Live Music Maurizio Najt Trio

8/30 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

9/6 Ivan Romero and Silvana Nunez

Thursday June 14th at VivaTango , Johanna Copas and Leonardo Sardella – Workshop (8pm-9:30pm) Performance and Milonga (9:30pm-Midnight), 45 Stockton St. Princeton , NJ

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Johanna Copas y Leonardo Sardella

Workshop on The Famous Copes Style

Workshop 8:00 to 9:30

Milonga &Performance 9:30 to Midnight

June 14th at VivaTango 45 Stockton St. Princeton  

                     See details of advance registration!!!  discount below

Hey Tangueros!
Take advantage of this opportunity to learn from world-renown tango masters Johanna Copes and Leonardo Sardella. Authentic Buenos Aires tango instruction will be coming directly to your doorstep during their first visit together in the New Jersey/Philadelphia area! We have worked hard to get these artists to come visit us in our hometown and we hope you will take advantage of the fantastic events we have organized for you.

Bringing top-rated tango instruction to benefit the tango dancers of our community is our goal , so please help us with your participation and attendance so we can continue to do so again and again.

8PM – 9:30PM Workshop on “The Famous Copes Style”

9:30PM-Midnight MILONGA with Performance

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Advance Registration Costs:

$35 (workshop + milonga w/performance)

$25 (workshop only)

At door Costs:

$45 (workshop + milonga w/performance)

$35 (workshop only)

$20 (milonga w/ performance only)

Dancers taking the Workshop + Milonga/Performance Package are invited to a VIP meet and greet reception before the
Workshop. This will be a great time to meet and greet Johana and Leo, and your fellow workshop participants. The reception will be held at a wonderful hidden garden space 4 blocks from the venue. You may wish to park at the venue and walk to this reception. Details and a map will be provided to those who pre-register for the Workshop + Milonga/Performance Package.

VENUE

45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ

8:00 Doors Open for Workshop by Johana and Leo

9:30 to Midnight Milonga with Performance

 

 

Socialize around our food table

Partner not needed

Beginners and spectators welcome

Off street, lighted parking

Details at: www.VivaTango.org

Viva Tango Events and PRINCETON SUMMER TANGO FESTIVAL COMING EVENTS

6/21 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu Jewelry exchange/sale!

6/28 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

7/5 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

7/12 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

7/19 Michael Nadtochi

7/26 Live Music by IL FAUT

8/9 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

8/16 Michael Nadtochi and Paulita

8/23 Live Music Maurizio Najt Trio

8/30 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

9/6 Ivan Romero and Silvana Nunez

Today Thursday, June 7th at Viva Tango Michael Nadtochi workshop and milonga, Michael is DJing, 8pm-11:45pm

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Michael Nadtochi

Repetitive Rhythms if Tango Gals

 Thursday June 7th

The elegance of the romantic Tango Vals will be explored this week in Michael’s workshop on Repetitive Rhythms of Tango-Vals. A milonga will follow the workshop with Michael Ding.

45 Stockton St Princeton NJ

8 PM Doors Open

Lesson 8:10 to 9 PM

Milonga 9 to 11:45 PM

DJing by Michael

 

 

Socialize at our food Table

Partner not needed

Beginners welcome

Off street lighted parking

Cost $15  (students $5)

 

Michael Nadtochi has been a professional dancer for more than two decades. His vast dance experience consists of performing, competing, choreographing and educating dancers and professionals all over the world.  For the past 14 years Michael focused entirely on performing and teaching the art of Argentine Tango. He has traveled the world, took part in major international tango festivals where he taught and performed at some of the most spectacular venues. Germany, Italy, Denmark, Turkey, Russia, Belarus, Cyprus, Malaysia, Canada, Scotland are among the countries that he visited as special guests and performing artist. He has taught and performed in the major tango festivals in the USA, and he has been one of the dancers at Malbec & Tango House NYC –  the first authentic nightly Argentine Tango show produced in USA.

*********Special Announcement **********

FUN!! Viva Tango organizes Jewelry, Shoes and Tango clothes sale and exchange on June 21st. Dear ladies! Tired of some of your jewelry or clothes? Please bring them in for sale/exchange! Put the price/your name/phone number on the tag. We will provide table/clothes rack/additional light. For details/questions/suggestions please contact Yelena, 732-406-7118(call/text)

COMING EVENTS

6/14  Johana Copes & Leo Sardella

6/21 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu Jewelry exchange/sale!

6/28 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

7/5 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

7/12 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

7/19 Michael Nadtochi

7/26 Live Music by IL FAUT