Dear Tango Community,
I am so humbled and excited to be hosting this Milonga in honor of Mr. Carlos Gavito, the one who inspired me to dance Tango along with Marcela Duran.
Milonga Gavito is a dream come true. It’s goal is to gather everyone at Casa Escobar Bar and Restaurnat in the heart of Malibu by the ocean across from the Malibu pier—to celebrate life as one community dacning under the stars.
We are thrilled to have the one and only living legend, Marcela Duran, to be our guest of honor and our “Godmother” to inaugurate our Milonga Gavito. Known as “The Woman of the Tango”she is an icon of the Tango scene around the world. Marcela Duran, Internationally acclaimed as a master teacher and iconic performer of the Broadway show Forever Tango, she has increased viewer’s interest in learning the tango through her presence and style, an influential mentor of many argentine tango teachers and social dancers worldwide. She and her partner Carlos Gavito developed a dramatically close tango embrace in which both dancers leaned forward against each other.
With DJ Varo in the house playing his amazing muisc and sexy tandas. He has been playinng muisc all over the United States at the most popular Tango events and Milongas. Varo in one of the most popupar Dj in the USA.
Tables reservation are welcomed if you have a party of 4 to 8 people. There will be plenty of seating for those not wishing to make a reservation.
Some basic dance codes:
1-No aerial lifts or large stage movements.
2-Make sure to Cabeceo
4-Respect navigation, lanes, and the line of dance. Leaders make sure you make contact with other leaders when you enter the dance floor.
3-Dress elegantly. Also, personal hygiene is important
5-No teaching on the dance floor or off the floor
7-No talking while dancing.
10- Apologize if you bump or hit your neighbor by accident while dancing.
11-Dance like no one is watching!
Valet parking is available for $5 or you can park on the street.
It is going to be a magical night!
Thank you all!
Your host, Dennis Cante!
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