Below is the Mini West Coast Tour schedule. If you would like to organize an event in your community, please write to info[at]gabrielacondrea.com.
Gabriela Condrea is a tango teacher and author of the book When 1+1=1: That "Impossible" Connection - about interpersonal relationships and life through the prism of Argentine Tango. She has toured Europe (2011), dancing her way from milonga (tango dance) to milonga, and shared her connection-centered approach to teaching and dancing tango through book presentations and workshops across the continent of North America - from tango clubs and universities to open mic stages, libraries, and art galleries - during her 6-month US/Canada Book & Tango Tour (2012). In 2013, she plans to continue her mission, visiting 4 continents (Gabriela's 2013 Schedule), starting with another visit to the West Coast of the USA (North America).
Mini West Coast Tour Schedule:
2/9 - 2/10 Portland - PortlandTango.com
2/10 Teaching the Basic Techniques/Connection Class prior to Bill Alsup's
Sunday Practica at the Viscount
Bay Area, CA
2/13 Teaching the Intermediate Class at Cell Space, topic: Elastic Connection
2/14 Monterey Bay - Tango Monterey Bay
2/14 Teaching a special Valentine's Connection Workshop
2/15 Nance's Chinese New Year Milonga @ Wave Studios
Bay Area, CA - TangoMango.org
2/16-17 Teaching Workshops at Studio 1924 in Oakland
Saturday: Tango is About the Connection Workshop 5:30-7:30pm
Saturday: Good Things Happen in Small Spaces Workshop 4:00-6:00pm
2/16 When 1+1=1 Book & Tango presentation - 8:00-9:00pm
@ Caffe Mediterraneum - 2475 Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley
2/17 Twilight Milonga at Studio 1924
2/18 Milonga at The Beat
2/19 Milonga at El Valenciano
2/21-2/22 Chico, CA
2/21 Interview on Daniel Atkinson's Radio Show,
Evening Jazz (The J-word and then some) on Northstate Public Radio, 9:06-midnight
2/22 When 1+1=1 Book & Tango Presentation at The Bookstore
2/23-24 Portland - PortlandTango.com
2/23-24 I'll be dropping by ValenTango! Hope to see you there!
Looking forward to lots of tango, tango, tango! Thanks in advance for your suggestions!