Dear Tango community!
Milonga Gavito is back featuring Marcos Questas and Ruta Maria performing and teaching the pre-Milonga workshop. This is a traditional Milonga and a perfect place to be on Sunday night (October 7th) to satisfy your Tango dancing urge in a friendly and elegant environment!
? Our guest DJ is Eduardo Santana from San Diego, he will be playing his amazing tango selection of the greatest Orchestras to keep us dancing the night away!
Our vendor, Fioretta Mino from Tango with Love with her gorgeous Tango dresses.
*The venue is located in Tarzana at Dennis Cante Tango Academy just a couple of blocks from the 101 freeway exit at Reseda Blvd in the Valley with FREE PARKING LOT LOCATED IN BOTH SIDES OF TO THE STUDIO. (PLEASE READ THE SIGN FOR PARKING FOR MILONGA GAVITO)
The address is 6015 Reseda Blvd, Tarzana, CA 91356
*The studio is equipped with 1,400 Sq FT comfortable dance floor to keep your feet happy and “WELL AIR CONDITIONED TO KEEP YOU COOL”. We will make sure that our elegant setup will be comfortable and cabeceo-friendly. We also will provide a spread of delicious appetizers and drinks (the venue allows wine so please feel free to bring your own).
*Workshop by our guest instructors Marcos Questas and Ruta Maria from 7
*Social dancing form 8-12:30 am.
*Performance at 11 pm.
Workshop + Milonga $25
Milonga only $18
About Marcos and Ruta:
Marcos Questas, born and raised in Buenos Aires, and Ruta Maria, of Lithuanian / American heritage, have dedicated their life and passion to the art, education and preservation of Argentine Tango. Marcos, having danced since the young age of 6, learned his first tango steps from his grandfather – a true milonguero himself. Now a third generation dancer of tango, he has had an astounding career performing on the stage of famed tango houses El Viejo Almacen, Argentina Tango & Pampa, the national tango TV show Grandes Valores del Tango and was on full staff of Argentina’s Presidential Committee of Entertainment performing for official presidential events and dignitaries visiting Buenos Aires.
Ruta Maria, a distinguished dancer in the dance world, “fell” into classical ballet after she stumbled as a child running to the arms of her mother. After graduating from Interlochen Arts Academy, she is more graceful on the stage these days, having danced and choreographed for many renowned companies as a principle dancer including: Nevada Ballet Theater, Bolshoi’s first International Exchange, Jacksonville Ballet, Ballet West and Cirque du Soleil’s Mystere. Tango entered her life unexpectantly and has been her only focus since. Developing into a tango artist, and an instructor, has been an unimaginable reward and she continues to teach and spread this art with technical precision and delight.
For more info about Fioretta Mino from Tango with Love vist her website www.tangowithlove.com
*Please make your table reservations by sending us a private message or email at email@example.com
Some basic dance codes:
1-No aerial lifts or large stage movements.
2-Make sure to Cabeceo
3-Respect navigation, lanes, and the line of dance. Leaders make sure you make contact with other leaders when you enter the dance floor.
4-Dress elegantly. Also, personal hygiene is important
5-No teaching on the dance floor or off the floor
6-No talking while dancing.
7- Apologize if you bump or hit your neighbor by accident while dancing.
8-Dance like no one is watching!
*We promise to make Gavito fun and special so everyone can have a wonderful time!
Thank you all!
We are looking forward to seeing you!
Your hosts, Dennis Cante and Tanya Spektor
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