30 Oct, 2011 @ 21:12
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It takes two to tango

ARGENTINIAN tango and folklore are coming to Andalucia when the Arcos de Buenes Aires group bring their La Porteña show to Ronda and Benalmadena.

The group is conducted by the prestigious violinist and conductor Walter O Tejeda Carranza and the show is a unique combination of music and dance with 17 artists on stage.

  • Sunday, November 12 – Teatro Vicente Espinel – Ronda at 9.00pm
  • Monday, November 13 – Moonlight Concert Hall   – Sunset Beach Club Hotel at 7.00pm

Tickets are 10 euros and can be reserved on 654 57 63 63 (both concerts) and they will also be on sale two hours before the concert in the theatre box offices.

Karl Smallman

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1 Comment

  1. Sounds good and we’ll go to see it. BUT if you ever want to see THE BEST tango dancers, go to see “Marcella and Marcello”. I have seen them dance 3-4 times, always a different choreography by them, and they are supurbe!!

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