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Pablo Rodriguez and Eva Garlez (Buenos Aires) in Seattle, Nov 5-10

Pablo and Eva are true messengers of the classic Milonguero Style, they have studied and assisted several of the most prominent maestros in Buenos Aires. They teach what is useful on the dance floor, thus enhancing student’s social dance skills. The material given in a class is thoughtful and well explained.

They will be teaching at various locations in the Seattle area throughout the week, offering thematic group classes.

The workshops will be held at Dance Underground Studio on the weekend of Nov. 8th-9th

Both of them are available for private lessons. For scheduling contact Naoko at onaoko2000 • yahoo.com

Workshops Schedule:
Wednesday 7:45 – 9:30pm ~ “Vals: Walking to the Rhythm of Vals (different variations with connection to the rhythm). Giros and Contragiros”
Level: Beg/Int
Location: LaVida Studio 13620 NE 20th St., Bellevue, WA 98005
Price: $25 pay-at-the-door

Friday 7:45 – 8:45pm ~ “The 8, different ways (different ways for the 8 according to the Space and Music)”
Level: Int.
Location: Belltown Dance Studio 2217 3rd. Ave suite 102, Seattle (pre-milonga class)
Price: $25 pay-at-the-door

Saturday and Sunday WORKSHOPS at Dance Underground Studio (Seattle)

Saturday:
1:00pm Tango: Freedom of Movement in the Milonguero Embrace (all levels)
2:30pm Tango: Dancing with Elegance (all levels)

Sunday:
2:00pm Milonga: Lateral Displacement (different choices to keep dancing in the line of dance) (all levels)
3:30pm Milonga: Playing with the Cross (all levels)

Price: $25/class pay-at-the-door OR
Get the discounted price with pre-registration. To pre-register, follow the link Pre-registration is now closed.

Saturday 8:15 – 9:15pm ~ “Circulation and Domination of the Space. Key tools to develop a good flow on the dance floor”
Level: Int.
Location Dance Underground. Class prior the Saturday Milonga
pay-at-the-door TBA

For more info about the workshops and prices. Visit Section “Festival/Workshop Blog” at http://www.seattletangomagic.com/festival–workshop-blog.html

Contact Naoko if you have any questions onaoko2000 • yahoo.com