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One weekend, in the Spring of 2004, Richard Manuel from France & Eleonora from Rosario both then based in London, held a series of Tango workshops in the recently-refurbished Orangery of Bylaugh Hall in Norfolk.

Richard & Eleonora led a series of workshops with a small group of local or temporarily resident participants on Saturday and Sunday - morning and afternoon - based on caminita and corrida.

There was also a Valentine's Milonga on the Saturday night.

Their visits were to become a regular event in 2004. He attended most of them.


The Spring 2004 workshops focused on:.



basic caminita and corrida


combining the caminita and corrida with sacadas


combining the caminita and corrida with boleos


revising the caminita and corrida


combining the caminita and corrida with ganchos


combining the caminita and corrida with alterations
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