Tango Capital – By The Lake

9 couples dancing …and then some more people arrived!

Tomorrow is Tuesday, so it must be time to tango…at Tango Capital By The Lake, bringing Covid-19-safe dancing to Canberra, all summer long.

DAY: Tuesdays, from 1 December to the end of February.
TIME: 5:30pm-7:30pm (unless actually raining).
WHERE: Queen Elizabeth Terrace, Parkes. In front of the Reconciliation Monument on the south bank of Lake Burley Griffin, near the Waterfront Restaurant, Parliamentary Triangle, Canberra.
COVID-19 SAFETY:
1. Bring a partner, or pair up on the spot; either way, no changing partners.
2. Register when you arrive using the Check-In Canberra app, or on paper.
3. Please reconsider if you have been to Sydney or the Northern Beaches in the last fortnight.
4. Maintain social distancing on and off the dance-pavement.
5. Hand-sanitiser supplied.

Osvaldo Pugliese II – his interpretations

Overflowing from the last edition, this edition explores Pugliese’s interpretations of other composers. That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image Credit: Graffito of Osvaldo Pugliese found in Buenos Aires.  Assumed to be own work by Pablo-flores (based on copyright claims). CC BY-SA 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=619344

Tango Capital – By The Lake

Hand-sanitiser – check … Sun-block – check …looks like it’s all go for tango tomorrow, 12 January (Hawaiian shirts optional!). That’s Tango Capital By The Lake, bringing Covid-19-safe dancing to Canberra, all summer long.

DAY: Tuesdays, from 1 December to the end of February.
TIME: 5:30pm-7:30pm (unless actually raining)
WHERE: Queen Elizabeth Terrace, Parkes. In front of the Reconciliation Monument on the south bank of Lake Burley Griffin, near the Waterfront Restaurant, Parliamentary Triangle, Canberra.
COVID-19 SAFETY:
1. Bring a partner, or pair up on the spot; either way, no changing partners.
2. Register when you arrive using the Check-In Canberra app, or on paper.
3. Please reconsider if you have been to Sydney or Queensland in the last fortnight.
4. Maintain social distancing on and off the dance-pavement.
5. Hand-sanitiser supplied.

Osvaldo Pugliese I – his compositions

Last edition discussed the life and legacy of Osvaldo Pugliese. This edition explores his legacy of compositions as played by him, including some seminal in the development of the dramatic styling of tango today.   That’s this Sunday on Tango Capital, 7:00pm to 8:00pm:

Image credit: By Unknown author – General Archive of the Nation [Argentina], Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=67123029

Tango Capital – By The Lake

The forecast for tomorrow is for 26C and partly cloudy, light winds and maybe a shower or two, but we will be back for more Covid-19-safe tango in the Tango Capital, every Tuesday throughout the summer.
DAY: Tuesdays, from 1 December to the end of February.
TIME: 5:30pm-7:30pm (unless actually raining)
WHERE: Queen Elizabeth Terrace, Parkes.
In front of the Reconciliation Monument on the south bank of Lake Burley Griffin, near the Waterfront Restaurant, Parliamentary Triangle, Canberra.
COVID-19 SAFETY:
1. Bring a partner, or pair up on the spot; either way, no changing partners.
2. Register when you arrive using the Check-In Canberra app, or on paper.
3. Maintain social distancing on and off the dance-pavement.
4. Hand-sanitiser supplied.
5. Please reconsider if you have been to Sydney in the last fortnight.

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