On September 30th Fruto Dulce Tango celebrated it’s 4th anniversary. This milonga hosted by the wonderful Rebecca O’Laoire is held in Villa Malcolm and has been a mainstay for the Palermo tango circuit for quite a while.
The birthday festivities included performances by:
Alejandra Zavala & Toto Faraldo
Laly Victoria & Leandro Haeder
Stella Baez & Ernesto Balmaceda
Matias Rivas & Ezequiel Rivas(who is only 8 years old!)
Here is some more information if you would like to check out the milonga
Where: El Club Villa Malcolm, Av. Cordoba 5064, Cap. Fed. Buenos Aires
Clase before the Milonga : 21hs con Maestros Invitados
Milonga begins: 22.30hs with music by DJ Gonzalo Baquero
Enjoy: Abrazos! Sonrisas! Amigos! Emoción! Artistas! Alegría! Compañerismo!
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Monday was the first night of the Tango Secrets Festival. This year the festival with a packed house at Milonga Parakultural in Salon Canning and amazing performances by Romina Levin & Julio Altez and Fernando Carrasco & Jimena Hoeffner.
Noticeably Fernando and Jimena’s performance was very different from what you would have seen if you had been in Buenos Aires this time last year.
It will be interesting to see how their style continues to develop.
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The Mujercitas Tango festival is happening from August 29th through September 1st in Buenos Aires. On the first day of the festival all of the instructors did a exhibition at the SoHo Tango Milonga at Villa Malcolm.
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