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We might not be able to organise a Tango Movement Night Out for a while so we thought we’d organise a big Night In … on Zoom! Absolutely everyone is welcome. The more the better!
Lockdown has meant different things for different people. For some people, it has meant endless hours to fill and the opportunity to pursue interests they've never before had time for. For others, it has meant busier days than ever, dealing with one work crisis after...
Yesterday was a special day. It was our daughter’s eighth birthday.
Eight is an important number in tango. The Basic Eight, the “Ocho” and this delicate little decoration, which draws a number eight on the floor.
A couple of years ago, I wrote a blog about watching yourself dancing on video.
In the time of the Coronavirus, it seems more relevant than ever.
Every Zoom class we teach is automatically recorded and sent out to every student, so they can keep practicing and studying the material.
I knew it was only a matter of time before the comments started coming in:
One of the most widely used words these days: unprecedented.
We live in unprecedented times. And surely dancing tango in our living room is no exception.
Four weeks ago when lockdown in the UK began, most people had never even heard of Zoom.
Now taking a Zoom class is the new normal. Last week our daughters tried a drama class by Zoom. And our nieces in a northern city of Argentina are taking Zoom ballet classes.
Staying in really has become the new going out. But do we dance tango in our pyjamas or do we get a little dressed up for the occasion?