Monthly Archives: March 2018

Tangoaires weekend with Los Milonguitas – May 18th – Liverpool UK

The fabulous trio Los Milonguitas comes back to Liverpool to play at our monthly milonga after their big success last year. Like last year, the event will take place in the beautiful Ullet Road Unitarian Church hall on Friday evening 18th May 2018 (from 19:00 to 23:30; £16.00). Diego Doigneau, an Argentine DJ based in London, will be providing the music in between the live sets to keep everyone dancing all night.

There is more: on Saturday, they will offer two different musicality workshops on Musical elements in tango (£12.00 for each workshop). Those workshops will take place in the Holy Trinity Church Hall (junction of Church Road and Woolton Road, L15 9EQ). The morning workshop (10:30 to 12:30) will cover "Musical Elements in Tango: Accompanying models: the Marcato" and the afternoon one (13:30 to 15:30) "Musical Elements in Tango: the Melody: legato and rhythmical phrases".

***Please make sure you buy your tickets from Eventbrite early for the milonga and/or workshops***

You need to buy individual tickets for each of these three events that you would like to attend. To do so, click on the following URL:
Then click "Select a date" - then select the tickets you need. These events are for all levels and beginners are encouraged to attend.

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Pablo & Sofía Tango Weekend 4-6 May. Stirling Scotland. Yiraje

We are very excited to announce the exclusive return of Pablo Inza & Sofía Saborido to Stirling for another amazing YirajeTango weekend 4-6 May 2018!

The weekend will feature 6 workshops, Friday practilonga, Saturday milonga & the Show and Sunday Chau Milonga at the Yoga Tree Studio in Stirling. 

The Adv Booking offer is now open (only valid until 21 April!). Please use the link below to register: 

Places are limited to maximum 15 couples per workshop.

Advance Booking offer - valid until 21 April
£108 (6 workshops @ £18 each) or £120 (full weekend pass)** 

Prices AFTER 21 April:
£26 per class, £15 Arcade Milonga (Sat), £6 Chau Milonga

For individual workshops and social events bookings see prices below

Schedule of the weekend:

Friday 4 May: 1 workshop + practica with the maestros
20.00 - 21.30: Workshop 1
Useful ideas for the dance floor. Work on some cool moves to while keeping the navigation tidy.

21.30 - 22.30: Practilonga @ Stirlonga (only for dancers that attended workshop 1)
DJ Pablo Inza 

Saturday 5 May: 3 workshops + Arcade Milonga & Show
13.30 - 15.00: Workshop 2 Milonga, just Milonga! Milonga lisa and traspie
Get the rhythm and practice some cool ideas for the dance floor.

15.15 - 16.45: Workshop 3 Changing the embrace
How to adapt the bodies within the couple according to the different needs in various situations.

17.00 - 18.30: Workshop 4 Dance - Play - Improvise.
This is a class to explore improvisation through different exercises and inputs. Approach another layer in the dance by creating situations “step by step”, including proposals from the follower to develop a playful dance.

21.00 - 03.00: Arcade Milonga, Pablo & Sofía performance
DJ Diego Doigneau

Sunday 6 May: 2 workshops + Chau Milonga
14.00 - 15.30: Workshop 5 Cool turns.
Basic and effective rebounds and giros (turns). Playing with the rhythm

15.45 - 17.15: Workshop 6 Stop doing “Copy-Paste” 
Go out from your comfort zone to make your dance be in tune with the Music. Yes, it's about music!

17.30 - 19.30: Chau Milonga! 
DJ Ariel 


Advance Booking offer - valid from 20 February until 21 April
Golden pass £120 (includes all the workshops & Friday-Sunday social dancing)

1 workshop £24
2 workshops £46 
3 workshops £66
4 workshops £84
5 workshops £100
6 workshops £108 

Friday Practilonga free with the Friday workshop (for students attending the workshop only)
Arcade Milonga & the Show £12
Chau Milonga £5

Prices AFTER 21 April (including door prices)
£26 per workshop

Friday Practilonga free with the Friday workshop (for students attending the workshop only)
Arcade Milonga & the Show £15
Chau Milonga £6

The Yoga Tree Studio
25B Stirling Arcade
Stirling FK8 1AX

About the Mastros: Pablo Inza & Sofia Saborido 

Pablo Inza (Arg)
Considered by many to be one of the present day tango scene’s most influential figures and has won respect worldwide for his innovative and creative style. Pablo’s personal style is rich in contrasting dynamics and playful musicality. Frequently invited to some of the largest tango festivals in Europe and North America, Pablo has been teaching and performing around the world since 1999. An excellent teacher with a great capacity for analysis and an innate sense of musicality, Pablo’s classes are popular amongst dancers of all levels. Dancer, choreographer, stage director and tango teacher. With a rich background in contemporary dance, artistic performance and direction, he started dancing tango in 1992 with both amateur milongueros as well as renowned maestros. He participated as dancer and choreographer in many tango shows in Argentina and also internationally. Since 1999 he has been invited to teach and perform in the most prestigious festivals. As stage director he created “Radio Cabulero”(presented in Bergen International Festival in 2002, Norway) “El arte de amar” (Tangomagia VI 2003, Holland). In Buenos Aires he did “El camion” (2001-02); “Matambre” (2003), “Metronomo” (2004), “Living” (2008) and “En el abrazo”(2012). Between 2004 and 2009 he was the producer and artistic director of Cambalache (a festival based on a fusion of tango, theater and contemporary dance). He was also one of the founders of Práctica X (2004-2012) which was one of the most frequented prácticas in Buenos Aires.

Sofía Saborido (Arg) 
A delicate yet intense dancer, Sofia has an extensive background in theatre, ballet, modern and jazz dance. The deep musicality and quality of movement in her dancing is based on a refined and sensitive connection. Being the great granddaughter of Enrique Saborido, a legendary dancer, musician and composer of tangos like La Morocha, Felicia and others, she was literally born with tango in her veins. In 2006 she won the fourth place in the tango championship of Buenos Aires. Since then she dedicates her time on teaching and performing mainly in Europe but also in United States, Australia and Asia. Dancer and tango teacher with a background in theatre, ballet, modern and jazz dance. Sofia started dancing tango when she was only 10 years old. At the age of 12 she enters in the young tango ballet of La Plata. In 2000 she works in the dinner show “La Cumparsita” and performs every Sunday at the historic show of plaza Dorrego, in San Telmo. In 2006 she wins the 4th place of in the tango championship of Buenos Aires. In 2009 and 2010 she participates as main dancer in the show “Tango Argentique” presented in the Theatre Festival of Avignon. Since 2006 she develops an intensive pedagogical activity and is invited to teach in many countries such as France, Italy, Spain, Japan, Switzerland, Greece, Sweden, United Kingdom etc.


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Tito’s – TangoBridge – 7-14-21-28th March – London Bridge (London)

Every Wednesday of March at 19:00–23:00

March is great when it starts with a Tango Wednesday at Tito's!

This Wednesday will be the beginning of many things. Here's the super-plan:

Main dance room, 7-8pm, Paula Duarte and Richard Manuel start their 4-week long Intermediate/Advanced Tango mini-course.

Main dance room, 8-11pm, DJ Diego Doigneau starts his 4-week long DJ residency at Tito's, with his amazing playlists for our dance floor.

Upper dance room, 7-8pm, Antonio leads a free Beginners taster class (the first class of the new 8-week course).

Upper dance room, 8-9pm, Antonio and Kat start their 3-week long one-of-a-kind Canyengue mini-course. This is open to anyone, and is also integral part of our established courses.

So, a Wednesday (and a month) not to be missed!