We are excited to announce that well-loved tango teacher, Javier Rochwarger from Buenos Aires, will be back to Boston to teach with me two special workshop-series at MIT on Mondays in April ! Both series are intermediate level and we highly recommend signing up for both. This is the fifth year in a row that Javier is coming to teach in Boston. His classes were always in high demand, and we have received excellent feedback from the participants. For more about Javier and for special bonuses that we have created for all who participate please see below. Don’t miss it!
5 MONDAYS, April 1 – April 29
7:00pm: Dancing in “la baldosa”. La baldosa is a tile on the fl0or – the class is about dancing in small spaces.
8:30pm: Sacadas in Tango: Technique and Combinations
LOCATION: MIT, Building 36, Room 156 (50 Vassar St. in Cambridge)
ADMISSION: In addition to discounted MIT prices (see below) we offer *two extra bonuses* for all who sign up for the workshop series:
-a one-time private lesson with me at half price (offer applies also to current regular private students).
– $20 discount on any pair of DNI or Turquoise tango shoes, or $30 discount for repeated buyers. The offer does not apply for tango sneakers. For regular prices, available models and sizes please see: http://tangoaffair.com/tango-shoes/
Admission for 5-week series:
MIT students: $90 for both series / $50 for one series;
Other students and MIT staff: $130 for both series / $70 for one series;
General admission: $190 for both series / $100 for one series.
The admission for MIT spouses is adjusted to their spouse.
|MIT Students||Other Students and MIT staff||General|
|Both series||Both series||Both series|
|Dancing in ‘La Baldosa’ only, 7:00pm||Dancing in ‘La Baldosa’ only, 7:00pm||Dancing in ‘La Baldosa’ only, 7:00pm|
|Sacadas only, 8:30pm||Sacadas only, 8:30pm||Sacadas only, 8:30pm|
Javier is one of Buenos Aires’s new generation of tango instructors. Grounded, sensual, and musical, in the past sixteen years he has taught classes throughout the U.S. , Japan and Spain, as well as in Buenos Aires, where he lives. His students praise him for the exceptional personal attention that he provides even in group classes, and for his patience and warm sense of humor. Javier’s fluid and intimate style of dancing seamlessly integrates a variety of influences, making his insights valuable whether you consider yourself a devotee of milonguero style or a nuevo tango renegade. Rarer still is his practical understanding of how the body moves and of how to communicate complex concepts to students of all levels. See Javier dance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BknTPljsgAw