The most wonderful Tango time in NYC!
Argentine Tango Masters Gabriel Misse & Analia Centurion return one more time to Dardo Galletto Studios with an Intensive Argentine Tango Seminar. Designed to improve technique, build sequences and develop Argentine tango culture and music appreciation, students can sign up for all 18 hours (full package), 9 hours (half package) or walk-in each day. Created through Gabriel’s and Analia’s own training, vast knowledge and expertise, this seminar was constructed to help dancers or all levels and experience become the best tango dancers they can be. “As for Mr. Missé, I know of no dancer today of whom people – rightly – speak with such affectionate awe. He’s the Mikhail Baryshnikov of tango, sweet and miraculous.” Alastair Macaulay, NY Times. Sept 26, 2013
Students who attended the previous seminar receive a special discount! Email us!
“Meet & Talk with the Artists” & Milonga.
Tue August 12, 7:30 – 9:30pm. Moderator: Maria Quintanilla
Sat, Aug 9: Milonga with DJ Misse @ 9:00pm – 2:00am. Adm: $15
Fri, Aug 15: Milonga with DJ Misse @ 10:00pm – 2:00am. Adm: $15
OPEN LEVEL Each Seminar includes a 15 min break. No partner necessary. Walk-ins welcome
Friday Aug 8, 7:00pm – 10:00pm Seminar #1 (3 hrs)
Saturday August 9, 4:30pm – 7:30pm Seminar #2 (3 hrs)
Sunday August 10, 4:30pm – 7:30pm Seminar #3 (3 hrs)
Friday August 15, 7:00pm – 10:00pm Seminar #4 (3 hrs)
Saturday August 16, 4:30pm – 7:30pm Seminar #5 (3 hrs)
Sunday August 17, 4:30pm – 7:30pm Seminar #6 (3 hrs)
Rate per Seminar: $100 adv/$110 door
Package price: FULL SEMINAR (18 hours): $450 adv/$500 at the door HALF SEMINAR: (9 hours): $230 adv/$250 at the door Any combination is allowed.
Private lessons and Special private lessons package discounts available. To enquire or schedule an appt, email: email@example.com
Known for his classic style, Missé is one of the great milongueros of this generation. From the age of 6, he studied Argentine tango with masters Antonio Todaro and Pepito Avellaneda and performed with leading artists and musicians like Julian Plaza, Colangelo, Oscar Basil, Alberto Castillo, Roberto Goyeneche, Mariano Mores, and Armando Manzanero. He has appeared in tango documentaries for National Geographic and on Japanese television. For many years, Missé was part of the Miguel Angel Zotto’s company Tango x 2, the world tour of Una Noche de Tango and has choreographed several touring tango shows. An accredited judge for the Buenos Aires Metropolitan and World Tango Championships, Missé has taught and danced in festivals in Europe, Asia, Australia, and North & South America.
Analia Centurion began studying classical dance at age 6 and began dancing tango at 16. She has extensive experience dancing and teaching tango in various festivals and workshops in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. She has been a member of Mora Godoy and Juan Carlos Copes companies and performed in Cacho Castaña, the House Dinner Show, Piazzolla Tango, La Ventana, Madero Tango, Boca Tango and Tango Complex. From 2001-2005, Analia was a director and choreographer of the Fusion Tango Buenos Aires’ junior company and has been a judge for the World Tango Championship. Currently, she is the director of “Belgrano 333”, a tango studio in Chacabuco province of Buenos Aires.