VivaTango Newsletter for July 14th
World Champion Talent is featured again this week at VivaTango in Princeton. Read all about Martin Almiron’s success at the world championships in his bio below. Hopefully you were in attendance last week July 7th to see Eleonora who is also world class and unmatchable in her unique style.
July 14th Martin Almiron and MayoK are at VivaTango Princeton. This is Martin’s first visit to Princeton. Martin was a finalist in both Salon Tango and Stage Tango categories at the World Tango Dance Championship, and also a finalist in the Salon Tango, Milonga and Walts categories at the Metropolitan Tango Dance Championship. He has danced in the best national and foreign theaters such as New York City Center, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Théâtre du Châtelet of Paris, Presidente Alvear Theater, Cervantes National Theater in Buenos Aires, National Theatre of Panama, Ruben Dario National Theatre of Nicaragua, among others; and worked with renowned choreographers, building a great career with his performances in the prestigious plays like “Evita” on Broadway, “Chantecler”, “Azares del Quijote y Gardel”, “Evitango” and “Evita Vive”. Martin will be available for taxi dancing during the milonga on Thursday. MayoK aka Urszula has traveled the world in search of tango adventure. She has organized several Havana Tango Marathons in Cuba. MayoK chooses and plays music like she is conducting a live orchestra to match the beating hearts of the dancers. Her music evokes deep emotions. Join her for “The Beating Heart Milonga”. Lesson starts at 7 PM and milonga at 8:15. Lesson $15, Milonga $15 or both $20. EVENT LINK
July 21st Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu will continue their lesson series with the theme is prolific moments in tango. This series is aimed at helping dancers add creativity to their dance. The lesson this week is titled “Making the most of Embellishment Opportunities”. Lesson starts at 7 PM followed by the milonga at 8:15. Lesson $15, Milonga $15 or Both $20. Dancers must be fully vaccinated.
Our events require showing proof of full vaccination. You only have to do this on your first visit. We also weekly remind dancers that they should not come if they have any symptoms or have been exposed to people who have Covid. Masks are recommended, but optional. This update is being written to encourage dancers to feel comfortable wearing a mask at our events.
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