“25 de Mayo” Celebration in Plaza de Mayo

Time flies when you’re busy! Thanks to all my friends who have started to worry about me since I haven’t been posting much recently. I am alive and doing well 🙂 The days have been completely full with taking a lot of classes for the past two months or so, rehearsing for the past few weeks, going out to the milongas few nights of the week, and then maybe some few outings with friends to get a bite of yummy stuff. I am currently focused on Tango Escenario and running around various studios to take advantage of the challenging yet exciting classes that are given out here. Continue reading

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Folkloric Fun: Chacarera, Zamba, Boleadora, Peña Folklorica

It has been a busy week. This is the first time we worked all 4 days (Wednesday through Saturday) at Caminito, the other weeks we had rain which allowed us to have a day or two off. On top of working 4 days straight, Thursday evening, I went to a Peña Folklorica. On Friday night, we performed at Salon Canning. On Saturday night, we headed out to Sunderland. Today, Sunday was a necessary day for recuperation.

Trying some Boleador

Trying some Boleadora. By the way, those Bolas really hurt…!

Working in Caminito is interesting since we also work with Folkloric dancers. Continue reading

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