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Seminario: "Tango, La co-creacion abrazada y a la cartê"
Tango – the co-creation of an embrace + à la carte
from Thursday, 11h to Sunday, 14th July, 2019 in Basel, Switzerland
And here they come again! Corina de La Rosa and her dance partner Alejandro Andrian will teach in Basel one of their popular seminars. Everyone, who knows them, can tell you about the great pleasure of working with them.
The seminar focuses on the topic of improvising in the embrace and „tango à la carte“. This means that you can tell us one month in advance your desired topic and they will include it in their preparation.

Therefore, the seminar has the title: "Tango, La co-creacion abrazada y a la cartê"

The seminar "Tango, La co-creacion abrazada y a la cartê" starts on Thursday, July 11th and lasts until Sunday, July 14th, 2019
Seminario: "Tango, La co-creacion abrazada y a la cartê"
The seminar topic
"Tango – the co-creation of an embrace + à la carte "

What is the essence of tango and how one dances tango? How does the tango differ from other dances? At first glance, it seems to be the music. However, there are people who also dance tango steps to other music styles. Tango has some unique elements which distinguishes it from other dances, for example: „el cruce“, the „mulinete“ of the woman, the endless possibilities to create something new and amongst many other things, the opportunity to change often the dance partner. Furthermore, we never repeat the same routine (or only if our memory deceives us), repetition creates always a new routine. The embrace, which can be close or open, needs a constant connection to the partner. It is, as a matter of fact, an embrace, which intertwines two bodies into one without the loss of autonomy and by using a certain body language. We can call the feeling of creating together this embrace „freedom“. Yet, this feeling needs a profound knowledge of the body and movement. In addition, it needs the ability to adapt to the changement of the dance partner. In this seminar, we are going to explore the basic elements of tango: the „caminata”, the „cruce”, the technique of „giros“, the connection of the dance couple, and the musicality to improvise these elements while dancing. This time, we give you the opportunity to choose themes à la carte. One month before the seminar, the participants can propose elements and figures which they want to learn or write about their difficulties and insecurities. We will consider these wishes in our preparation. In the seminar, we are going to deepen the improvisation of tango. Every day, one hour will be dedicated to body work in order to prepare the body for its task.
  • 1. day: Perfecting and cleansing the technique and the language of tango
  • 2. day: Work on the musicality in the waltz
  • 3. day: Tango and various orchestras
  • 4. day: milonga
Participants The seminar is aimed at
  • dancers from intermediate level upwards who are used to intensive and demanding work,
  • to professional dance couples and dance teachers
The seminar has 16 hours of tuition.

Course location:Studio Clarahof, Clarahofweg 23, Basel
Corina De La Rosa & Alejandro Andrian
Corina De La Rosa is one of the recognised greats in the Tango world. Her tango style is unique and her technique is sophisticated and articulated. She is a tango dancer and choreographer. She earned a degree as a Classical Ballet teacher and began to teach. She continued her training with Estela Erman and explored the modern dance scene with Cristina Barnils, who has guided her through her movement training and teaching method.
Nestor Ray introduced her to the world of Milonga and Tango in 1995. She was inspired by Graciela González, Rodolfo and María Cieri, and by Julio Balmaceda. She has been working with Balmaceda since 1996. Since then, De La Rosa has both taught and performed extensively in the United States, Europe and Asia. She has opened the doors for Argentine tango in the world.

As a dancer, she has performed on Broadway, in "Forever Tango", which was nominated for the Tony Awards, and has performed at Carnegie Hall in a tribute to Astor Piazzolla As a choreographer, she was nominated for an ACE award for her work on "Tita, a life in a tango tempo". She has revolutionized the teaching of tango techniques and is considered one of the highest representatives of tango dancing.

Alejandro Andrian
He began his artistic training at the age of 10 in his hometown María Grande Entre Rios. During the next 10 years, he trained as a tango dancer completing his apprenticeship with Classical Dances, Contemporary Air Shows and Theater. Since 2009, he has been working professionally in the most prestigious tango shows in Argentina. He toured more than 40 countries dancing and being part of the best tango companies in the world.

Corina & Alejandro as a ouple
For the last 3 years they have danced and worked together in Buenos Aires. Each benefits from the partner's experience. This creates a powerful and deep-seated fusion, whether it is in dance performances or in class.
Conditions
  • 16 hour's lesson with Alejandro & Corina
  • max.14 couple
  • 1th day 2 x 2 hour's lesson Thursday 11th july 2019
  • 2nd day: 2 x 2 hour's lesson Friday 12th july 2019
  • 3th day: 2 x 2 hour's lesson Saturay, 13th july 2019
  • 4rd day 2 x 2 hour's lesson Sunday, 14th july 2019
Time-table
Thursday:
  • 5 PM to 7 PM - First block of 2 hour's lesson
  • 7 PM to 8.30 PM - Break (Dinner togheter at the Studio)
  • 8.30 PM to 10.30 PM - Second block of 2 hour's lesson
Friday,Saturday and Sunday:
  • 1 PM to 3 PM - First block of 2 hour's lesson
  • 3 PM to 4 PM - Break
  • 4 PM to 6 PM - Second block of 2 hour's lesson
Only couples may register.
Course language is English.

Payment
Price per person: € 390.-
The seminar fees have to be payed immediately after receipt of confirmation.
Conditions: Cancellation charge: 30 days prior, 50% of the price, thereafter 100% of the price.
Basel
At the point where the River Rhine turns north, where the borders of France, Switzerland and Germany meet, you’ll find a city full of surprises. Basel is a city of art and culture and boasts one of Europe’s most beautiful and best preserved old towns.
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