Grand celebration of the 5th anniversary of
Tango Revolution with honorary guests performers Leonardo and Olga Suarez-Paz in Piazzolla concert and milonga (tango dance party) with live music.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 4, 2010 from 7pm -12am
614 Alabama Street (b/w 18th & 19th Str, Harrisson & Florida)
Come celebrate Tango Revolution’s 5 years of service to the community with free Tango classes, Milongas and opportunities for young musicians to learn about and perform the Argentine Tango style!
We feel very honored that Tango stars Leonardo and Olga Suarez-Paz will join us in this celebration! Leonardo will perform violin and a special song in honor of Tango icon Carlos Gardel’s birthday (December 11) with our Tango Revolution musicians, teach a dance class and offer a special dance performance with his wife Olga.
What a treat!!! Don’t miss this special event!
7pm: Class with Leonardo Suarez-Paz – Intermediate level.
8:15pm Piazzolla concert with Leonardo Suarez-Paz (violin, song) and Tango Revolution musicians.
9pm: Milonga starts with DJ Zeycan
10:15pm Dance Performance by Leonardo and Olga Suarez-Paz
10:30pm Live Music set
Milonga continues till 12 am.
Entrance fee: $15 for Concert and Milonga w/Live music
$20 for Class, Concert and Milonga w/Live Music
There will be limited appetizers and drinks. Please bring your own wine, food, desserts to contribute to the celebration.
Donations towards the Tango Revolution Project are very welcome!
Hosted by Sonja Riket - More info: 415.661.1852
www.IntimateEmbraceTango.com – www.tangorevolution.blogspot.com
ABOUT TANGO REVOLUTION:
Tango Revolution is a weekly neighborhood project to offer anyone the opportunity to learn and experience the social aspect of Argentine Tango dance, music and history. By holding the event free of charge in an accessible café on a Sunday afternoon we encourage the spontaneous inclusion of music and dance in our everyday life as a communal experience.
Part of the project includes giving young musicians the opportunity to learn and perform traditional Argentine Tango music as well as Piazzolla’s Nuevo Tango. They receive coaching sessions by professional Tango musicians from Argentina and the USA and perform regularly at Caffe Trieste Downtown and other special events in the Bay Area.
The Tango Revolution project began in 2005 at Café Revolution in SF’s Mission District. Its success has inspired other musical groups such as Classical Revolution to adopt the idea, the name and the practice. The Tango quartet Tangonero has its origins at Tango Revolution as well as several other musicians now playing Tango in the Bay Area.
Tango Revolution is a program of Intimate Embrace Tango, which envisions Argentine Tango as a relational matrix of connection to ourselves, each other and the world. We offer the beautiful connection between human beings in the Tango Embrace as a common ground and antidote against the isolation, separation and fearful existence we are led to believe is necessary. What better way to come home to ourselves and connect with each other across our differences than the non-verbal power of a musical and dance embrace, listening and moving together as one?