Improvisation is a skill. You can build it by expanding your vocabulary, exploring your options and understanding your partner’s position during the dance

The project was created, firstly, to reveal to Tango dancers how many options they really have, with simple tweaks to sequences they already know. Extremely helpful for people who feel decapitated by the lack of sequences or by the too many sequences that they know.

And secondly to encourage people to just dance a bit more with or without a partner..!



Story posted by: Chrisa Assis

About the author: Professional Dancer, Teacher, Writer from Toronto

Published: 24 Dec 2018 @ 10:50

Last modified: 25 Mar 2019 @ 10:53

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