Tag Archives: tango

Milonga by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui

Posted on November 8, 2013 by Toothpicker

I have seen several shows choreographed by the experimental Moroccan-Flemish choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui's at Sadlers Wells before, including: Sutra ( a collaboration with Antony Gormley and a group of young Shaolin monks in 2008), Babel ( another collaboration with Gormley and Damien Jalet in 2010) and TeZukA ( on the works [...]

This post was posted in London, Tango, Dance, Music & Sound and was tagged with London, tango, music, Sadler Wells, world music

Dress for yourself

Posted on January 2, 2013 by Toothpicker

2013 is here and I have a sudden urge to change my personal style...
I consider my character to be quite tomboyish, but being a 'tomboy' is more about an inner attitude rather than the sexual orientation or appearance, and often people get confused by this term. Even when I was young, I [...]

This post was posted in Fashion, Social issues and was tagged with fashion, tango, sexism

And when we danced...

Posted on October 16, 2012 by Toothpicker

Milonga at the Ukrainian East Village restaurant
Although I learned tango in London, it is not my favourite place to dance, many leaders are too serious, unfriendly and the overall level is very mixed ( my personal opinion). I have never been to Buenos Aires, but I have danced in different cities and [...]

This post was posted in Travel, Tango, Dance, New York and was tagged with tango, New York

Tango moments

Posted on April 18, 2012 by Toothpicker

Tango al fresco at Regents Park
You don't have to be a tango dancer to appreciate this sensual and elegant dance, and I am talking about Argentinian tango, not the dramatic ballroom or 'Strictly come dancing' style. A lot of people get confused with the two as they still have this idea of [...]

This post was posted in Tango, Dance, Music & Sound, Videos & animations and was tagged with tango, short films, dance, music, videos, world music

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