ARGENTINE TANGO AUTUMN COURSE
ARGENTINE TANGO AUTUMN COURSE |
Registration is now open to OSU Dance Department (with ATCO: Argentine Tango in Columbus, Ohio, OSU student organization) Autumn 2014 exciting Argentine Tango course:
Dance 2190: Argentine Tango
Instructor: Yuval Flicker
AU14 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:20-6:50
At Pomerene 205
LEADS class number: 34710
FOLLOWS class number: 35213
Overview: Argentine Tango is a walking dance, defined as "One body with four legs," or a "Sad thought that can be danced." More precisely, it is a language, means of communication between lead and follower. Having started in Montevideo and Buenos Aires towards the end of the 19th century, it grew to a culture practiced in Milongas: Tango dance parties, in most major cities.
Objectives: Study how two people can move together as one unit in a harmonious way, attentive to each other, together with the music: an amazingly satisfying activity. Develop techniques to facilitate communication: axis, contact, walking, as well as basic building blocks of movement such as ochos, crusadas, ganchos. Learn main music forms: Tango, Vals, Milonga.
Requirements: None. Argentine Tango is a social activity. Students would have the opportunity to join a few Saturday night Milongas on Campus to practice and improve. Argentine Tango has objectives far from those of other social dances, so prior experience in other social dance forms is not needed. In any case, we start from scratch. Need no partner, roles be changed. Leather soled shoes help.
Please join our Facebook group page for further info: https://www.facebook.com/groups/atcotango/
and our webpage http://atco.osu.edu
|Date and time:||July 31, 2014|
12:05 AM - 11:55 PM
|Location:||Oval Pomerene 205|
|Event category:||Student Activities & Dance|