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Will the Ronda always be Round?

06 Feb 2021 - by Graham of Tangosynthesis

On my radio show the other night I was talking about classes that teach you techniques for dancing in small spaces, and commenting on how useful they are at the moment for those of us trying to dance in our kitchens and bedrooms. Long sweeping moves across the dance floor are equally incompatible with a packed milonga and small rooms at home, and so more than ever people are discovering that there are ways to dance tango that work better in small square available spaces. Turns and pivots are now among the most important techniques you can learn, and along with the in-place change of weight and careful use of the rebotte they have created a version of tango [read more...]

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