Thursday, May 1, 2008

Tango Revolution in concert with JEREMY COHEN!

FRIDAY MAY 2, 2008 from 9pm-2am

What better occasion to celebrate MAY 1 and NATIONAL DANCE WEEK than bring together the spirit and passion of young musicians playing Argentine Tangos?

Tango Revolution musicians showcase their skill and enthusiasm for playing Golden Era and Nuevo Tangos for listening and dancing with renowned Quartet San Francisco’s guest musician Jeremy Cohen. In 2004 Quartet SF won the International Tango Competition in NYC and Cohen mentored the musicians with his expertise. Together with Abraham Becker and Pablo Motta (who also coached the musicians)Jeremy toured with the famed Forever Tango show.

Since 10 months, during the weekly Sunday Tango event at Caffe Trieste, a group of rotating musicians has committed itself to learning to play Argentine Tangos for dancing.
Come out to witness this budding revival of Live Tango Music for dancing and listen, watch or join in the dance!

Enjoy delicious tapas or wine and dine in style to the sultry sounds of Argentine Tango!

9-10pm Introductory dance class
10-11pm Tango Revolution musicians in concert with Jeremy Cohen and invited guests
11pm – 2am Tango Dance Party (Milonga) with live music and special performance.


3239 22nd Street (@Bartlett, b/w Valencia & Mission)
San Francisco CA 94110
Parking garage on Bartlett & 21st Str.

Tango Revolution is a program of Intimate Embrace Tango, which encourages the inclusion of music and dance in our everyday life as a communal experience. We envision Argentine Tango as a relational matrix of connection to ourselves, each other and the world and organize classes, workshops, and social awareness- and fundraising events around critical issues of our time.

More info:
Intimate Embrace Tango: 415.661.1852