And ALL THREE in. sizzling form!
Tango on the Thames are delighted to welcome Natasha Lewinger and Hari Mihail who will be sharing their insights into: Dancing to Juan d’Arienzo – rhythmical structures in cross system
Plus, unerring choices of great music for us to dance to Diego Doigneau!
£15 Class + Milonga
£12 Milonga only
(…collected at the door).
The Shepherd Hall
St Thomas’s Hospital
Westminster Bridge Rd
How to get there?
Whack the address into Google Maps, or…
Either WESTMINSTER, cross Westminster Bridge, St Thomas’s on the right-hand side
…OR WATERLOO, Walk south-west on York Rd towards Chicheley St, Turn left onto Forum Magnum Square, Turn right onto York Rd, Turn left onto Westminster Bridge Rd/A302
There is pay car park at St Thomas’s Hospital, which you approach from the south.
Natasha and Haris started dancing 13 and 12 years ago, and their paths finally met in the beggining of 2016. They are internationally recognized teachers and dancers known for their connection, elegance, musicality, dinamics and quality. They both love social dancing specially the milonguero style. “The most important thing in tango for us is the connection. We are crazy about technique but only as a medium to improve the connection and feelings that will allow us to adapt to every body and every style. We believe in dancing as one body with four legs, the centaur. Communication between us is the key for our tango. Listening to the leader is as important as listening to the follower.”
Natasha has been working in the UK since 2012 and with Hari since 2017
Argentinian “DJ de Tango”, Diego is one of the three sets of brains behind 3D Tango and is well-known not only in London, but around the world. As ever, he will bring us his intelligent, imaginative, responsive, but above all danceable choices of music during a milonga. Diego is a connoisseur of tango music and uses his exquisite taste to bring joy to the dance floor. We are fortunate to have him play for us!