Solidaridad Tango is an all-woman, diversity-affirming tango orchestra based in Toronto, Canada. They play a mix of traditional and contemporarySigue leyendo
Enlazando Tangos Festival: March 20th and 21st Enlazando Tangos is back and with it the opportunity to live a culturalSigue leyendo
Tango Hembra brings a feminist perspective to tango, one of the most controversial artistic environments impregnated by the culture of patriarchy. Hence its name, which far from ascribing to a biologicist or binary look, is a mocking response to that saying inscribed for so many years in the popular imaginary, which said «tango is male». Tango is not only for men but also for all women and sex-gender dissidences who want to make it their territory of expression.Sigue leyendo
Last February 14th we were inadvertently at the eve of a singular year that imposed changes, disruptions in personal timesSigue leyendo
The worldwide leading Tango workshop, providing the tools needed to play, arrange, compose, improvise, and teach tango and Argentine music.Sigue leyendo
2020 brought about forced and rapid change, disruptions in personal time and social space, work related challenges, limitations galore butSigue leyendo
With twelve years of career, the family orchestra is planning to celebrate far from home. For the first eleven yearsSigue leyendo
You know Mariposita by Romantica Milonguera? With the ukulele?
It’s like “Hawaiian tango”.
La San Luis Tango, an orchestra made up mostly of José’s family, had to cancel their shows scheduled in Switzerland, Poland and Germany in 2020 because of the pandemic. Across the ocean, in San Luis province in Argentina, are his grandmother América and his daughter Sol Magalí, aged 15, whom he now meets via Zoom.Sigue leyendo
One of the most popular Polish tangos in late 30s. It was written by Władysław Lidauer, who died in WarsawSigue leyendo