Viva Tango Princeton celebrates 1001th Milonga !!
Come and celebrate with us!!
Junior Cervila and Guadalupe Garcia
Class and Performance
Viva Tango Film
Workshop 8 PM – Milonga follows at 9:30 PM
Cost Workshop plus Milonga/Performance $30 (students with ID $5) Workshop only $15, Milonga/Performance only $20
Antonio Soares Cervila, born in San Paolo Brazil is known worldwide by his stage name, Junior Cervila. He is an internationally known performer, choreographer and instructor recognized for his creative tango stylings and intricate footwork. He learned tango in Buenos Aires principally with the great maestros: Antonio Todaro, Pepito Avellanedo, and Juan Carlos Copes. Junior has performed tango on the most world’s distinguished stages. Junior has been choreographic assistant to tango legend, Juan Carlos Copes, and his performances have been seen worldwide on Argentinian television, on stage (Broadway’s “Tango Argentino”), on tour (most notably with Julio Iglesias) and on screen (“Tango”, nominated for an Academy Award for best foreign film, 1999). Highlights of his career include performing in Tango Argentino (the shows by Segovia and Orezzioli), working with the singer Julio Iglesias, and dancing in the film Tango by Carlos Saura.
Guadalupe Garcia born in Argentina has performed and taught throughout South America, Europe, Asia and North America. 2004-2010 – Godoy’s Tango Company, Juan Corvalán’s Tangomalambo’s Company, and Roberto Herrera’s Company 2005- 2006 – Italy: shows “ Tango Querido” (Barletta), “ Noche porteña” (Matera) and “Patio Argentino” of Tango (Roma). 2007-2008 –Performer in “El Bandoneón” show in Athens. 2011 – Misterio Tango Festival (Argentina). 2009 – 2012- Teaching in Greece, United Kingdom, Poland, France, Italy, Portugal, Dubai, Brazil y Chile. 2012 – Performer in Argentina’s pavilion at the World Expo in Korea. 2014 – Principal Dancer at the show Glorias Porteñas, partnering with Juan Carlos Copes. 2015 – Tango e Paixão’s Show (Brazil). 2007 to present performer in local tango shows in Buenos Aires, such as Complejo Tango, Michelangelo, Taconeando, Piazzolla Tango, Gala Tango and Tango Porteño.
Suzanne Patterson Building at 45 Stockton St, Princeton
Large hard-wood dance floor with off-street parking
Socialize around VivaTango’s Food and Beverage tables
Dress to match your Tango Passion
Partner is not necessary – Non dancers are welcome
*** Memories of Viva Tango Events ***
SAVE THE DATE FOR THESE SPECIAL MILONGAS
Save the Date
10/3 Workshop and performance by Tomas Galvan and Gimena Herrera – Headliners for this year’s Philly Gala Tango Show
10/4 Philly Gala Tango Show
10/10 New Tango Beginners Series with Iwona and Pablo!
Innovative instructional approach that balances musicality, connection, physical training, and sequences. For beginners and for dancers who would like to review the basics or learn both roles (leader/follower).
6 classes, starting October 10
Suzzanne Patterson Center (Viva place)
Registration through Princeton Adult School at:
Seats fill up fast!