Strictly Milonguero Seminar

Strictly Milonguero Seminar

with Emile Sansour and Teresa

 

Click here to read the German version

 

During the marathon we will give a seminar on „Milonguero-style“. The seminar is dedicated to advanced and highly advanced tango dancers who want to refine their Milonguero-style, expand their vocabulary and gain a more profound knowledge of the movement of the style.

We will show you how to use the style properly even in long tango nights and marathons and how to move in an efficient, natural and authentic way. We will dance Milonguero in a multifaceted and resourceful way. Last but not least we will dance complex combinations and sequences with different elements and use music to its full capacity.

 

Level: advanced

For the seminar we presuppose knowledge of different tango styles and Milonguero-style.

Teaching language: German (translation in English on demand)

 
 

Saturday, November 7, 13:15 – 16:30 (incl. 15-minute break)

Milonguero Embrace, Connection and Interaction in the Couple

Milonguero Body and Walk and Asthetics of the Couple 

Giro Cortado and typical Milonguero-Turns

 

Sunday, November 8, 13:15 – 16:30 (incl. 15-minute break)

Variety and Abundance: Multiplying Steps and Turns

Musicality: Rhythmical Variations, Changes of Direction and Dynamics

Complexity: Combinations and Sequences with different Elements as Volcadas and Colgadas

 

Our Intango-Seminars are characterized by their integrated approach. We look at a topic from different perspectives, i. e. musicality, connection, technique, aesthetics and historical development.

We will give you plenty of material, well-founded information and concrete personal feedback – all of which is based on 30 years of tango expertise and teaching experience. With this approach we enable you to achieve a long-lasting effect on the quality of your dance.

Emile Sansour has been teaching tango for thirty years. He is the founder of Intango, the first school for Argentine Tango in Heidelberg and Mannheim, and one of the pioneers of Argentine Tango in the South of Germany.

 

More about „Milonguero-Style“:  Click here to read Emiles Tango-Blog.

 

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