** Registration To New Year Eve. Milonga Is On ** See below **

Viva Tango Inc. will hold its Holidays live music milonga, with the terrific Tango Duo Emilio on Piano and Ariel on Bandeleon, see their bio below (*). Danelle Knapp will DJ between the music sessions. Also, ladies, you are up for a treat. Jacklyn Shapiro an avid Ballroom and Tango dancer and a Viva patron, will present her own hand-made clothing line design: Adorno Dancewear see details below (**).

Doors are open at 8 PM.  Food and socializing. No partner is necessary for $15Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton St., Princeton, NJ.


Mark your calendar now. Tuesday, December 31 9 to 1

 Live Music with pianist Maurizio Najt

 Tell your friends and start making your plans and register via vivatango.org Paypal menu tab or
at Viva’s Milonga on Thursdays 19 

Gentlemen: If you’ve got a tuxedo, dust it off.
Ladies: Start shopping your closet for your most glamorous outfit.
Pricing will be $25 per person until December 24,
$30 per person from December 25 through December 30
and $35 at the door.
The sooner you commit, the happier and readier we’ll be.
If you have friends who don’t tango, we can heartily recommend the New Year’s Eve Dance sponsored by the nice folks at Central Jersey Dance.
Great space, Great DJ. See all the particulars at their website: http://www.centraljerseydance.org/
(*) Artists Bio:
Emilio Teubal – Piano
Argentinean, born in Spain, has lived for more than a decade in NYC where he earned a BFA in jazz performance from the City College of New York graduating Magna Cum Laude. He has also been awarded with the prestigious Meet The Composer’s Van Lier Fellowship 2007. He has performed in some of the most prestigious jazz clubs in NYC such us Iridium, Blue Note, Birdland, le Poisson Rouge, Sweet Rhythm, Dizzy’s Coca Cola Club, Joes Pub, Cornelia Street Cafe, 55 Bar and The Knitting Factory among others. His credits as a Jazz and Tango Pianist include performances and recordings with artists like the Grammy award winners Raul Jaurena and Fernando Otero, Erik Friedlander, Hector del Curto, Bob Mover, John Benitez, Lucia Pulido, Pedro Giraudo, Lisandro Adrover, Miguel Bertero, and a performance with Astor Piazolla’s legendary violinist Fernando Suarez Paz at the Lincol Center.Emilio has also been a steady member of different New York based music groups like Sebastian Cruz’s Coba, and Los Chantas Tango Group, and the Marta Gomez Group, with whom he has toured the USA, Mexico, Spain and Argentina.www.emilioteubal.comAriel Iud – Bandoneon
Argentinean musician Ariel Iud started studying bandoneon in 1997 and has been playing both contemporary and traditional tango in Europe, Asia and North and South America. He has studied with renowned bandoneon players such as Horacio Romo, Carlos Corrales and Nestor Marconi and has perused studies in composition and music theory with Eduardo Criscuolo.Until 2007, Ariel played with several tango orchestras and tango groups in Buenos Aires, including Orquesta Típica La Furca and Cuarteto Bien Frappe with whom he made a tour throughout Europe in 2007. Between 2008 and 2011, Ariel lived and worked in Bogota, Colombia. During this time he played and recorded with many well-known Colombian musicians including Humberto Pernett and Anibal Dos Santos from the Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra. He also directed and led the tango group at the popular tangueria Bogotango Show and Dinner. Between 2011 and 2013, Ariel worked in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, under the sponsorship of Jumeirah International where he performed at the award-winning five star Latin restaurant la Parrilla.(**) Jacklyn Shapiro: Adorno Dancewear.
Ladies, you are up for a treat. This is a clothing line designed and handmade by Jacklyn Shapiro, a Ballroom and Tango dancer. Stemming from her love of dance and performance background, Jacklyn has always been involved in the creative process of designing and sewing her own performance and competition costumes. After shifting to a more social dance environment, she felt that ladies who love to go social dancing are also looking for something special to wear on the dancefloor. So the idea of Adorno Dancewear was born with the goal to bring like-minded women something unique reflecting their personal style. Every piece is made of high quality fabrics in small quantities, making sure that the brand stay boutique in nature and offers one of a kind pieces.  Inspired by a woman’s movement on the dancefloor, the collection accentuates the beauty of the female figure highlighting every move. Whether at a social dance or another sweaty practice at the studio you will find the clothing to be comfortable, versatile, and elegant. Visit the pop-up boutique at surrounding social dances or contact Adorno directly for custom sizes & orders.559884_338252809654293_885276877_n