Saturday April 29
LORENA GONZALES CATTANEO Y GASTON CAMEJO
Please mark the day in your calendar – it will be a whole day of festivities with 2 extraordinary tangueros from Buenos Aires!
2:30 to 4 PM – Workshop – open to all $25
4:30 to 6pm – workshop – open to all $25
6:30 to 8pm – Dinner – we all contribute
8PM Milonga: $15
2 workshops – $45
all day event – $55
1) Basic skills to Tango dancing and connecting with each otherwh with harmony floor craft.
2) Transision from lineal movements to circular motions to add a variety of dynamics to your dance. How to take advantage of the space.
DJ: Viva La Diva
You know how much fun we all have at the Gioia barn in Hudson! This will be an all day festivities for us to learn, dance, socialize and have fun
PRIVATES AVAILABLE ON FRIDAYAND SUNDAY– $110 for single or couple – you get both Lorena and Gaston
firstname.lastname@example.org – 845-594-5429
Lorena and Gaston Have been dancing together since 2015. They got married and melded their professional artistic vision to evolve into sharing their tango, not only in a “technical” fashion, but most importantly to impart the tango that exist beyond the “movement”.
Lorena started her tango journey with her grandfather where she first discovered her passion for the music oftango. She committed herself to the dancing profession in 2006 and applied her skills to various discipline such as Jazz, belly dancing, flamenco, salsa and finally, strictly to tango, although she admits still loving all of the other disciplines.
she is now a professional in the tango world and worked in many multicultural tango spaces or “Casas de tango” in Uruguay where she used to reside.
In 2010 she joined the “Boom Company”, a prestigious and time honored dance company that has a penchant for the theatrical side of dance.Three years later she moved to Buenos Aires where she trained with name teachers, as well as taught tango to support herself.
2013 she met Gaston and the rest is history. In 2014 Lorena won first place in “pista” category at the Buenos Aires World Championship event and her career exploded.
Gaston learned about music and arts at his mother’s knees. At 17 he saw a young couple from the National Folkloric Ballet of Uruguay dance tango, and that sealed his fate. At 18 he joined the organization.
In 2013, driven by his love for Lorena, he decides to move to Buenos Aires. There, between milongas, rehearsals and tango classes his technique and expertise become stronger and stronger until he decides to devote his dancing life strictly toTango.
The love between Lorena and Gaston translates into a most passionate, accomplished and transcendental Tango.