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118Ramiro's NY workshops now have a location + you can pre-register

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  • Reba Perez
    Oct 3, 2001
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      Good News: We now have a location for the Tango Workshops with Ramiro
      Gigliotti.
      For those who have not yet had the good fortune to meet and study with this
      very talented teacher/dancer, do try to attend these workshops. Ramiro is
      one of the most knowledgeable and personable young tango teachers, with a
      growing reputation in Europe and the U.S. In addition to being an
      accomplished musician (see BIO below) Ramiro is a member of the famed
      Graciela Gonzalez Group, a collective devoted to the deepening and enriching
      of tango education and performance.

      Note: These workshops with Ramiro will be followed on Nov 3 & 4 by workshops
      with Graciela Gonzalez.

      Ramiro Gigliotti, October 13 & 14, 2001, New York City
      Deepen your understanding of tango's most distinctive elements.
      Improve body lead and responsiveness, posture and balance.
      Int/Adv only.

      Saturday October 13
      2-3:30pm: Turns
      3:45-5:15pm: Boleos
      5:30-7pm: Sacadas

      Sunday October 14
      2-3:30pm: Enrosques
      3:30-5pm: Combinations

      Single Workshop: $25, More than one: $20/each
      SPECIAL: All 5 Workshops: $75
      Dancers are strongly encouraged to take all 5 Workshops.
      To pre-register send check to Reba Perez, 90 LaSalle Street, #4D, New York,
      NY 10027. PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER, and please indicate which
      workshops you wish to take.
      @ Champions, 300 W. 43rd St , 3rd Fl (8th Ave)
      For info, to reserve a space in the workshops or to schedule Private Lessons
      call (212) 252-3753 or email reba@....

      BIO: Ramiro studied music at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory of Music and
      the Argentine Musicians Syndicate and performs with the rock group La Piel
      de la Calle. His tango teachers include Juan Carlos Copes, Pupi Castello and
      Jose Brahmecha. Last year he taught his Tango Seminar in Musicality to rave
      reviews throughout the US, Canada, and Italy. In May he was instructor for
      Bridge to the Tango's Adv Workshop in Bs As. Ramiro teaches regularly at La
      Galeria, Torcuato Tasso, Niño Bien and Salon Canning.