What happens when you combine an urban expression born of Buenos Aires with high fashion, electronic beats, acrobatic lifts and three of Australia’s most exciting up-and-coming dancers?
The result is THREE 2 TANGO.
The trio of performers at Three 2 Tango have rewritten the rules of Argentine Tango, using sex, seduction and passionate rhythms to make their own mark on this dance form, revolutionising this traditional dance.
About the dancers and the show
WILLIAM CENTURION, MARIANA BALTODANO and MANUEL ALBARRACIN
are launching a unique 60 min tango show that tells the story of one woman and two men.
The story reveals both mens fervour to illustrate their talents and battle for dominance over each other,
in the hope of seducing a woman who is well aware of her own strengths!
Each individual piece is a story unto itself,which enables them to use their act in a variety of exciting ways to add elegance and passion to any event.From subtle and seductive walk acts that seduce the crowd to become involved,to a spectacular floorshow of various lengths and combinations. Three2tango will have every audience screaming for more!
“The last work before interval was the fiery and sexy ‘libertango’ performed by William and Mariana that sizzled delightfully! (Short &Sweet +Dance) -ARTS HUB
“William and his dancers made a sultry touch to an already amazing evening.” (Lattouf launch, Taylor Square) – THE SUN HERALD
This showcase will also mark the introduction of 2 weekly beginner classes to be held at The Church Hall. Now, for the first time in Sydney, they are launching a new casual drop in dance class series at Paddington Church Hall starting SEPTEMBER 2009.
First course starts on ‘Mixed Sex’ class begins on Thursday 10th September 2009 from 6-7pm, costs $12 per class and runs for 12 weeks. No partner required.
In addition, ‘Same Sex’ classes will be launched for the first time in Sydney, starting Monday 7th September 2009 from 6.30-7.30pm
Also for a series of 12 weeks.Patrons attending classes should wear comfortable clothing and preferably no sneakers.
For more information on the trio click here http://www.three2tango.com.au
Come and experience a piece of Buenos Aires in Paddington with a preview of their new show
Three 2 Tango, then enjoy a hands on promotional class under the supervision of the show’s dancers:
Date: 3rd of September 2009
Event: Three 2 Tango show preview in a Buenos Aires salon-style setting, follower by one hour promotional dance class.
Time: 6pm to 8pm (canapes by GAUCHO GRILL, wine tasting by MARTA’S VINEYARDS and giveaways by LATTOUF )
Place: The Church Hall 395 Oxford Street, Paddington (Behind the chapel)
Places are limited so please RSVP by Monday 31st August 2009 to: William@three2tango.com.au or call 0406 359 221
Traditionally, tango was danced by sailors with the women of the brothels of Buenos Aires.
It was common for men to practice the dance with other men,the dance lending well to same sex dancing as it counts on the strength of both dancers and works with the constant struggle for power over the other. Tango is all about finding a partner of equal strength and passion, working together and against each other to create one of the most potent dances in the world.
For more information please contact:
William Centurion, Three 2 Tango
Tel: 0406 359 221