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Caminatas – Walking in Tango
Online Intensive Tango Course
How do we walk in tango? We often hear that learning how to walk in tango is one of the most important things. Yet mastering the different ways of caminatas or walking in tango requires a lot of practice. When we first start learning tango, because of the enthusiasm to start dancing, to incorporate new figures, or because of the lack of patience, we overlook important details such as the base and the walking. After a while, we realize that in order to grow our dance, it is absolutely necessary to go back to these aspects and study them more deeply.
Genoveva and Tanguito put these fundamental topics for the development of our tango dance under a magnifying glass to show and teach us the real base of walking in tango in this Online Intensive Tango Course. This series of eight classes is the perfect guide to study at home, at your own pace.
Tangoclick.com is proud to present these amazing teachers and their classes in a series of videos explaining the different ways of walking in tango.
LEVEL: BEGINNER AND INTERMEDIATE
TIME: 80 minutes (8 lessons)
How it works? Once you buy this online course, you get instant access to the lessons in your Tangoclick account. You can start learning and practising in the comfort of your home, wherever you are, whenever you want, for as long as you need.
For a better learning experience, you can watch the videos in slow motion. All lessons are in Spanish with English subtitles.
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Representing the purest style in tango, Genoveva and Tanguito dance and teach staying true to the essence of tango and to their history. They have worked with ones of the most important tango orchestras such as Mariano Mores, Sexteto Mayor, Berlinghieri-Baffa, Raúl Garello, José Colangelo. They have traveled the world and shared the stage with maestros that have marked the history of tango as we know it today: Vanina Bilous y Roberto Herrera. Osvaldo Zotto y Lorena Ermocida, Los Dinzel, Nélida y Nelson, Gloria y Eduardo, etc. They teach in Buenos Aires and also organize one of the most important practicas - Dequerusa.