Upcoming Tango Workshops
Sept 16-24: Flagstaff, AZ
This special residency hosted by Human Nature Dance Theater and Flying Nest Movement Arts combines a weekend of tango workshops for the local community with a period of dedicated rehearsal time to create new work with performing artists, choreographers, and tangueras Jayne Lee and Delisa Miles.
Nov. 12-13: San Francisco
A weekend of tango workshops exploring intermediate-level close embrace material. Cultivate comfort and ease in your partner connection for compact turns, bite-size sacadas, boleos, and other linking elements. Explore variations in speed and emphasis to create a range of flavors and qualities in your dance. Anyone can lead or follow! Come alone or with a partner! Same sex partners welcome.
Dec. 7-12: Washington, DC
Tango Mercurio hosts Speaking Tango, an intensive 3-day weekend for advanced dancers and new teachers to explore language, feedback, and pedagogy around tango. Limited to 12 participants.
Dec. 17-18: Charleston, SC
A special weekend for women only to explore the leading role! Four tango workshops woven together with stretching, visioning activities, and self-care rituals to nurture the body, mind, and soul both on and off the dance floor. Hosted by Charleston Argentine Tango Society.
Oct. 15-29: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Sharna has received a Travel Grant from the Network of Ensemble Theaters to visit Amrita Performing Arts, a contemporary dance company in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. This award will support a two-week residency centering on a series of exploratory rehearsals with Artistic Director Chey Chankethya, investigating the intersection points of Cambodian classical dance with Argentine tango and American contact improvisation. Sharna will also visit key cultural sites in Cambodia and lead partnering and choreographic workshops for Amrita's company members.
March 5-12, 2017: Maui, Hawaii
Brigitta Winkler and Sharna Fabiano co-host the second annual Aloha Girls retreat. This week-long program brings together bodywork and yoga, beach and nature excursions, and a customized tango curriculum for tango women on the exquisite island of Maui.
“The Aloha Girls 2016 women’s retreat was like a week-long elaborately prepared and finely crafted banquet of tango delicacies. Brigitta and Sharna used only the finest ingredients from their vast storehouses of teaching skills...I found the “high-five!” kind of joy of learning, and I found inspiration for the future of tango in my world.” — Vicky Ayers