Hints & Myths about Argentine Tango


Cambridge Summer 2001

After returning from Granada his competence and confidence had grown again, so much that he knew he was almost ready to try Buenos Aires. He researched and found that Dance Holidays were planning to visit there at last; this time he had to go.

Juan and Kicca taught a fascinating milonga class that reminded him of many of the lessons he had learned in Madrid from Gustavo Russo and Alejandra Mantinan and, the year before, Daniela Arcuri and Armando Orzuza.

Then Alex Krebs returned to Cambridge that July to lead a series of classes and workshops on Leading, Close Embrace, Milonga, Tango IllusionsTango Illusions, and Boleos. In tha Autumn a young teacher from Buenos Aires, named Ricardo Oria, dropped in to give two Tuesday lesons. Now he really felt set for Buenos Aires.



Explore and enjoy!      
How my journey started
What you must do first
Getting around
Intertwining those legs
Having real fun
Swirling around the room
No limits
Tertulia Tango Bar
The Cambridge Tango Bar
Circulo de Belles Artes
Stunning UK Venue
Tango's nerve centre
Fun City
Friendly Natives
Close embrace maestros from Amsterdam
Teaching excellence
Teaching fun
Teqaching fantasia
Petroleo's apprentice
Milonga star
My first tango teachers

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2002-5 Frank Morris