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                 Eleonora Kalganova Workshop 7pm-8:30pm

“Principles for Planeos”

Live Music Milonga with Maurizio Najt Quortet 8:30pm – 11:45pm

DJ DimOn plays his favorite tunes in the breaks

Suzanne Patterson Building at 45 Stockton St, Princeton
Large hard-wood dance floor with off-street, lighted parking

Socialize around VivaTango’s Food and Beverage tables
Partner is not necessary – non dancers are welcome

$30 for Both, or $20 for Workshop or Milonga (Students $5 each)

Eleonora Kalganova developed her own unmistakable style of dancing and pedagogy built on years of study and experience, combined with intelligence, passion, and professional dedication. Breaking from rigidity of steps and memorization, Eleonora encourages students to develop improvisational skills through simple and dynamic techniques, achieve relaxed style, and find new and liberating ways of relating, expressing, and communicating non-verbally with others. A generous and sensitive teacher, Eleonora finds the special “keys” in every student.

Javier Sanchez – Bandoneón, has toured the world with Orquesta Típica, Tango Pasión, Tango Viaje al Sentimiento, Pedro Chemes Group, and Tango Emotión. He has performed in Buenos Aires tango shows  at Café Tortoni, Chiquin Buenos Aires, Pigmalión Tango, Piazzolla Tango. Javier has numerous recordings.    

Maurizio Najt, Piano, is a graduate of the Conservatorio Nacional de Música in Buenos Aires. He performed with “Amigos del Tango”; Forever Tango Orchestra; New York Tango Trio and other groups. Maurizio has performed in Lincoln Center Alice Tully Hall, Winter Garden, Philadelphia Kimmel Center, and the Argentine Embassy in Washington

Sergio Reyes – Violin, has performed in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, MoMA, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. He has shared the stage with internationally renowned artists who worked with tango master Astor Piazzolla, such as Pablo Ziegler (piano), Héctor Del Curto Raúl Jaurena and Daniel Binelli amongst others.

Pablo LanouguereBass Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he is an active musician and composer. He plays the Double Bass, learning from the masters in Buenos Aires. He lives now in New York City, and has played at some of the most important venues in NYC, such as Carnegie Hall, Zinc Bar, Bryant Park (music festival), SOB’S, Rockwood Music Hall, among others, and he has also toured the USA.

DimOn will play a mix of our favorite very danceable tango music, including an enjoyable variety of styles and tango epochs, from Viejo to Nuevo 

8pm to 9pm Lesson
9pm to Midnight – Milonga
Suzanne Patterson Building
45 Stockton St, Princeton
Large hardwood dance floor
Off-street parking at the entrance
Partner is not necessary
Beginners welcome
Cost $30 for both events and $5 for students

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