Tango in the Castle II Posted by traditionaltango 9/22/2012 12:48:00 PM
Celebrating the 2nd anniversary of Strictly Tango NYC dance school, Sergio Segura Tango Productions presents a unique and thrilling event, TANGO IN THE CASTLE fuses the gothic ambience of Morningside Castle with the rousing passion of tango. Guests will enjoy an elegant reception & show as they listen to the live orchestra of Grammy-winner Raul Jaurena. Following the reception world-renowned dancers will take to the stage to perform in the show "Buenos Aires Tango Variete". These include the Broadway Legend Nelson Avila & Madalyn Klein, the fantastic Lombardi brothers, and the sensuous young couple Diego Blanco and Ana Padron. Also performing will be the new, rising star of tango and burlesque, Medianoche, the amazing contortionist Natasha King, the razor sharp Sergio Segura, the daring Dame Cuchifrita, and other guest performers. The evening will be topped off with a milonga. with songs by the vocalist Hector Pablo Pereyra a.k.a. El Pulpo. Guests will dance to the live orchestra and the music of acclaimed tango DJ, Yesim.
TANGO IN THE CASTLE will offer limited VIP tickets. VIP guests will be invited to a special cocktail hour with complimentary wine, artisanal cheeses and fruit spread, beginner and intermediate tango lessons, a short performance and gift bags. VIP guests will be provided with reserved optimal seating.
Get special discount tickets now! Admission;: $40 seating show and Milonga, $30 standing show and milonga, $80 VIP, $15 Milonga only
Standard prices apply after September 28th: VIP tickets -- $100 per person, Show seating with milonga -- $50, Standing show with milonga-- $40, Milonga only-$20
Cabaret Seating. NO BYOB - NO BYOB - NO BYOB Dress Code: Cocktail attire, vintage encouraged. Be "Glamorous. Suggested for ladies: Corset, hat and feathers. And for gentlemen: Vest, hat, tie or bow tie.
Program: 5:45 PM doors open for VIP cocktail reception. 7:15 PM doors open for the "Buenos Aires Tango Variete" show 8:15 PM doors open for Milonga until 11pm
About the "Buenos Aires Tango Variete" show: The show will recreate the '70s in Buenos Aires when dictatorship banned group meetings, so milongas and other public tango expressions faded out. Tango found refuge at the cabarets in the Recoleta area. Shows were developed for tourists, and included a variety of performers, magicians, showgirls, contortionists, folklore dancers, stand up comics and of course tango. Our show will present different forms using tango as the theme.
Tickets at www.learnargentinetango.com For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org - 917-373-7446