The Tango has been declared part of the world's Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the United Nations.
My name is Margarita and I am happy to be able to offer you my Spanish classes via the internet/Skype.
I live in Montevideo and often travel to Buenos Aires where I have tango friends and my favorite milongas. I am a teacher of literature, and have danced tango since 2001, but I grew up hearing my father singing tango lyrics.
The most important difference between my teaching and that of an ordinary Spanish course is that we will work with texts that represent tango culture. We’ll use dialogues, lyrics, short stories and the history of tango in a natural and dynamic way. You’ll learn the language without pressure, at your own rhythm and for your own amusement, while discovering more and more about tango.
Cost: US$20 for 45 minutes,
And your first class free!
Some of you may know Gyles who is from Auckland, who is amongst the people interviewed for this documentary...
Tango Your Life –DOCUMENTARY FILM
My name is Chan Park in Buenos Aires. I am working on a documentary film project, whose title is “Tango Your Life.” I recently released its trailer and plan to release its complete version by early 2011.
I’m writing to request your cooperation to disseminate the information about the film. Could you kindly forward the message below to your friends in your tango community?
For your information, you can view the trailer at the following sites: