How to co-create and establish a fluid dialogue where two form one. Small movements, BIG SENSATIONS.
Rediscover this happy and playful rhythm while acquiring new elements that will make our dance a better experience. We will explore this rhythm and its character.
The waltz and its cadence will determine our movements when dancing, however we can agree on something: the waltz invites us to turn, don’t you think? We will understand the rhythmic and physical possibilities of the famous TURNS.
Workshop 1 – $20
Milonga – $15
Saturday night (Workshop 1 + milonga) – $30
Workshop 2 – $25
Workshop 3 – $25
to be paid before September 30th with Venmo to Karen Jaffe, or you may write a check to the name of Karen Jaffe and pass it to Nataliya or John before September 30th!
Tate Di Chiazza, is an international artist visiting from Buenos Aires. Since his teens he has studied with masters, worked teaching and performing Argentine Tango in Buenos Aires, including long running classes at the most popular tango club “La Viruta”. Tate has and continues to travel extensively, around the world with Tango both as an instructor and performer (just getting back from summer tour in Germany). He also plays the very challenging instrument unique to Argentina Tango – the bandoneon.
Karen Jaffe lives near Asheville, NC. In her 25+ years of Tango she has supported dancers and communities through offering countless classes and social dances. She travels extensively to continue her own education and to teach, DJ and perform. Karen is known for her skilled, engaging, and musical dancing in both roles, and for her easygoing, fun and playful energy.
Together Tate and Karen have over 50 years of experience dancing, teaching and performing Argentine Tango!
you, Tate and Karen!