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Milonga Tangobar (Herta und Marius Spannbauer)
TANGOBAR Milonga im Albert Schweitzer Haus mit DJ Mariano Calabrese Showtanz Pablo Fidanza & Constanza Vecslir
Kategorie Milonga
Datum 12 Juli 2018
Zeit 21:00 - 01:30
Veranstaltungsort Albert Schweitzer Haus, Schwarzspanierstrasse 13, 1090 Wien
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Kontakt 069918146624 [E-Mail an Kontakt]
Link http://www.tangobar.at

Tangobar-Milonga, jeden Donnerstag ab 21 Uhr

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Pablo Fidanza & Constanza Vecslir are tango dancers and teachers from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Pablo has participated in festivals and tango holidays and given workshops in different cities of Argentina, United States, Germany, France, Switzerland, Russia, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland and India. He is the artistic producer of the film Un Tango Más (Our Last Tango), directed by Germán Kral and produced by Wim Wenders. He has organized several milongas in Buenos Aires. For the last three years he has been the organizer of La Bruja Milonga in Club Villa Malcolm.

Constanza has given classes and workshops and participated in tango festivals in Argentina, United States, Japan, Italy, France, Spain, Chile and Puerto Rico. For 10 years she was producer of the Buenos Aires Tango Festival and World Tango Championship. Since 2008 she is a full professor of the subject "Tango" at the American University Pepperdine.

Pablo & Constanza dance together since 2018. They give shows and teach in Buenos Aires. Every Saturday they give regular classes at La Bruja Milonga, at Club Villa Malcolm. During the European summer they will make their first tour together, in which they will visit Budapest, Vienna, Copenhagen, Berlin and Munich.


“I was born in Naples, Italy, and have been living in Germany since 2013. I started dancing Tango in 2004, and since the beginning I was interested in tango music and I spend a lot of my time researching and developing my Tango music collection ready for the next milonga. I play traditional music with tandas and cortinas, from the period between the late twenties to the late fifties. I pay particular attention to what is happening on the dance floor, and adapt the musical selection according to its mood.”