What is the meaning of tango? Love? The artists featured in this constantly evolving production aim to familiarise the audience with the face of living, contemporary tango and all its possibilities, styles and interrelationships. In addition to the classical form still danced today, one can also find tango nuevo, neotango, and contemporary tango, just as the music extends from classical tango to the works of Piazzolla to the tango music of the present day. The energy and sheer variety of the dances and songs will help show that tango has a future, opening a door through which one may discover the soul of this dance form.
The production will be followed by a dancing lesson.
Presented by: National Dance Theatre
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