Friday, December 9, 2005

TanguerIN celebrates the Day of Tango and its first birthday.

Photo by Marisa Colmeiro
On 11th December, tango lovers around the world celebrate Argenina's National Day of Tango. On this day TanguerIN Studio and the Red House Center for Culture and Debate in cooperation with Tango Festival Buenos Aires and Classica Gallery organize in the Red House building on 15 Luben Karavelov St.  a series of events dedicated to the argentine tango. Its culmination will be the opening of the photo exhibition "Argentine Tango - from Buenos Aires to Sofia", which will be on display at the Red House Center until the end of December. The events celebrating the Day of Tango are taking place with the kind support of the Embassy of the Republic of Argentina and are sponsored by Linexa Property. Media partners of the project are One Magazine and Retro Radio.

The complete scheduled of events is as follows:

2.00 pm - Lecture "Tango music - history and styles" (in Bulgarian) by Ivo Parushev from TanguerIN Studio, entrance 2/1 lv.;

3.00 pm - Dance classes in argentine tango for beginners and presentations of tango schools and teachers, free entrance;

6.00 pm - Opening of the photo exhibition "Argentine tango - from Buenos Aires to Sofia" and presentation of the award of the photo competition "Argentine tango in Bulgaria", free entrance;

7.00 pm - Tango fashion show and dance performances, free entrance;

8.00 pm - Tango Zona - electrotango party with DJ Ivo, entrance 4/3 lv.

The photo exhibition and all other events celebrating the Day of Tango are conceived and coordinated by TanguerIN Studio, an organization promoting the argentine tango and the authentic tango spirit and culture in Bulgaria through dance classes and workshops, dance parties (milongas), concerts, lectures, exhibitions, discussions and other events related to the dance and music of tango. A year ago, TanguerIN Studio deliberately chose the Argentina's National Day of Tango as its launch date and by celebrating it now TanguerIN also marks its first birthday.

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