Bali goes Buenos Aires in late May 2008.
The legion of local Tango devotees who comprise the Tango Bali Club will present world class tango dancing talents Fernanda Ghi and Guillermo Merlo, who will present their new show “The Four Seasons” at the Sanur Beach Hotel at the end of May 2008.
Introducing the World of Tango to Bali
There's a saying about Argentine Tango: "Tango is one heart and four legs dancing." Bodies glued together and legs flying – this specially created dance program of the ”The Four Seasons” presents a high-energy Tango choreography at its very best. In the words of the dancers: "Just as winter gives way to spring, so too can our emotions change. Under the rain, naked bodies protected against the cold or wrapped in flowers and birds. A man and a woman seek that intimate connection."
The Tangueros will command the stage at the Sanur Beach Hotel on May 30,2008, together with the renowned dancers Ana Padron, Diego Blanco, Paola Jean-Jean and Nicolas Cobos. The Bali Tango Festival is a world-class event expected to attract visitors from as far away as Sydney, Dubai, Taiwan and Bangkok. The event will include a Gala dinner show on Friday, May 30, 2008 and a Masquerade Anniversary party gathering of the Tango Bali Club on Saturday, May 31,2008.
Fernanda Ghi and Guillermo Merlo
Fernanda Ghi and Guillermo Merlo are among the most prominent dance couples in the world of Argentine Tango. Both freely confess that they fell in love with the dance in their teenage years. They won the World Argentine Tango Championship in Miami in 1999 and were featured in a Tango special on PBS TV. Since 2000, they performed in more than a dozen countries in North America, Europe and Asia. Fernanda and Guillermo are both famous performers and devoted teachers known for their systematic style. They will offer workshops for beginners, intermediate and advanced dancers on Saturday, May 31, and Sunday, June 1.
The Bali event is presented by Tango Bali Club to celebrate its 3rd birthday. The club offers monthly Beginners Workshops as well as programs for more accomplished dancers. Bali's tango dancers meet three times a week for social dancing in various venues in Seminyak. On a regular basis, the club invites guest teachers from Buenos Aires who give top-level private lessons and group classes for beginners, intermediate and advanced dancers.
For information and reservations contact Stefani at the Tango Club Email For More Information on Bali Tango Festival
[Bali Tango Club Website]
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