Sydney band Tangalo will bloom again in Spring

We haven't heard from Sydney tango band Tángalo since their sell-out tour with the virtuosic Duo Ramirez-Satorre in February this year (2015) so I am excited to learn that they have a program planned for the Spring.  Tángalo are professional musicians who fell in love with tango and combined their passion for the music with a love of the dance to produce music for our milongas. We have watched them mature over the last few years, until in February their collaboration with the duo they had spent 3 months studying with in Buenos Aires treated us to performances that were breathtaking. At the same time Emily-Rose debuted as a performer on the bandoneón, adding to the band's sophistication. Rave reviews of this tour from eminent critics such as the Sydney Morning Herald's John Shand  following on from their performances at the National Folk Festivals in Canberra and the Successful 2013 Made in Argentina Festival, have built their reputation. 
Here is the program just announced on their website: SEPTEMBER 5 TBC – Tángalo taster, with Tango Reo – Location TBC. A taste of the new Tángalo repertoire, a short set of music for dancing.SEPTEMBER 13 PENRITH – The Art of Tango. A tango show presented by the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre in Penrith. Dance performances from Eddy Perez and Teresa Lavers. Book Tickets.
SEPTEMBER 19 BELLINGEN – Bellingen Classical Music Festival. Afternoon workshop and evening concert performance. Dance performances by Latin Rhythms. Book Tickets.
SEPTEMBER 20 GLEBE – Common Eclectic, at Glebe Town Hall. Book tickets.
SEPTEMBER 27 MARRICKVILLE – Tango night at Camelot LoungeBook tickets.
OCTOBER 4 MARRICKVILLE – FIRST MILONGA – Marrickville Hardcourt Tennis Club, with Tango Entre Amigos.OCTOBER 31  Sydney Tango 5th Saturday Milonga. Bexley RSL. Dance floor and social dancing.NOVERMBER 27-29 – Buenos Aires in the Southern Highlands – Tango festival in Bundanoon. Book Tickets.


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