What does this sentence mean? It suggests that those who do not tango don’t know what life is. Can such a radical thought make sense?Ask anyone who is involved in Tango, passionately, which is the only way to be involved in it, and that will be the answer. Continue reading.
It is also a social event and a culture. It involves more than two: those present at the milonga (tango dance party) in which you assist, and also all those who are intimately related to Tango, at your present time, in the past and in the future... Continue reading.
I do not want to idealize the “natural man”, but our civilization took away the graceful walk of an elegant hunter-gatherer, giving us instead the limp of a wounded beast. Is it too late to do something about this?As time passes, aging poses a burden on us, making it more difficult to reconnect to our body, and with it, the aspects of our reality that we perceive with our senses: shapes, colors, textures, smells, sensations, emotions, our sweat and that of others. Continue reading.
“Tango you are an enchanterof those who listen to your sounds.Tango you attract hearts,with your sweet songsand your bandoneons.”