Los Estilos Fundamentales de Tango 3

The third season is well underway… Enjoy!

El Choclo (2017-04):

Laurenz (2017-05)

Milonga (2017-06-14)

OT Piazzolla (2017-07)

Los Estilos Fundamentales de Tango 2 | Miguel Caló

The latest video from the Los Estilos Fundamentales del Tango is up. This time featuring Miguel Caló. Enjoy!

Los Estilos Fundamentales del Tango 2 | Fresedo

The video from the Fresedo seminar is up!

Los Estilos Fundamentales del Tango 2 | Francini-Pontier

Video from the Francini-Pontier seminar is up: Enjoy!

Los Estilos Fundamentales del Tango 2 | Julio De Caro

The video from the seminar last week on Julio De Caro is up. Enjoy!

Los Estilos Fundamentales del Tango Series 2 | Elementos Básicos

Ignacio Varchausky is at it again with a new series of his excellent Los Estilos Fundamentales del Tango. Go there if you’re in Bs As, or listen/watch after the fact like the rest of us otherwise. Enjoy!

Los estilos fundamentales del tango por Ignacio Varchausky | Alfredo Gobbi

The Gobbi seminar video is up!

Los estilos fundamentales del tango por Ignacio Varchausky | Horacio Salgán

This time with video. Enjoy!

Los estilos fundamentales del tango por Ignacio Varchausky

Ignacio Varchausky is doing a series of very interesting seminars on the style of different tango orchestras. Audio recordings of the seminars have been released with links in the facebook comments, and that means an opportunity to listen to them even when very lejos de Buenos Aires. They are in Spanish though, so you need to follow spoken Spanish reasonably well to make any use of it. Apparently, they build on a seminar similar to the one that inspired this post on how to listen to tango, so you might want to check out that first, if you haven’t already. [Read More]

Ignacio Varchausky interview

Interview by smiling_da_vinci, on Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.0 Generic License by  smiling_da_vinci

Keith over at totango.net just published an interview with Ignacio of El Arranque, Orquesta Escuela de tango & TangoVia, and you can download it from his page. He doesn’t provide a permalink for his post, so for future reference, the files can be found here part one, part two and part three.

I haven’t had time to check it out myself yet, maybe on the plane…