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El tordo Tango | Tango Dancer – Tango Teacher El tordo Tango Home Who am I My Teachers Courses Activities Gallery News Contact Home Who am I My Teachers Courses Activities Gallery News Contact Carlos "El Tordo" El TORDO TANGO Tango Master - Tango Dancer Start who-am-i Who am I Academia Nacional del Tango de la República de Austria President of the National Tango Academy of Austria with headquarters in Salzburg, corresponding to the Academia Nacional del Tango de la República Argentina Director of the Escuela Europea de Tango Director of the “European Tango School” with headquarters in Salzburg, Austria, created by the president of the National Tango Academy of the Argentine Republic Horacio Ferrer. Academic Member of the Academia Nacional del Tango de la República Argentina Carlos “El Tordo”; Academic Member Corresponding of the “National Tango Academy of the Argentine Republic” Resol. CD0013/2007 Styles STYLES Five different styles of Tango Canyengue (danced at the beginning of Tango history up to 1930 approx.) Tito Lusiardo’s (taught by Master Luis Grondona). Rodolfo Cieri’s (two different ones) José Vazquez ‘s “Lampazo”. Ovidio José Bianchet’s “El Cachafaz”. The latter nourishes El Tordo’s style proper and it was permanently analyzed through Carmencita Calderón, since her dance partner “El Cachafaz” died in 1942 and El Tordo did not meet him in person. Tango genre Orillero (1930-1945) Pepito Avellaneda’s school. De Salón (1940-1950) Lampazo-Petróleo and Cieri’s school. Contemporary. “Milonguero” style Milonga genre Syncopation Traspié (“stumble”) De Salón ( Juancito Luna-Lampazo’s style). Orillera (Pepito Avellaneda′s Style) Creole waltz Crossed style AWARDS Works PRESS & INTERVIEWS ARTISTIC GODFATHERS AWARDS Medallas del Milonguero, Club Sin Rumbo, “La Catedral del Tango” Buenos Aires Asociación de Bailarines de Espa?a (ABA) Premio de Presidencia de la Nación Teatro Broadway; Elba Cristian Producciones Auditorio Enrique Granados, Leida, Espa?a WORKS Author of “Tango Roots”, a three-act musical (Spain 2006) Author of “The Milonguero’s Encyclopaedia”, audiovisual teaching and testimonial work, which covers all the history of Tango dance. Author of “Tango Alive”, audiovisual seminar on the History of Tango, danced live, shown for the first time in Istambul, Turkey (2004) Ex President of “The Tangoworld Society”, United Kingdom. Ex President, Director of Tango and Artistic Activities at the “International Association of Latin-American Culture” (AICLA) Ex-tango master of “The Dance City”, National Dance Agency of England. MareaTVchannel, Buenos Aires, Director of Tango, Arts & Institutional Matters PRESS & INTERVIEWS Graphic press Revista “La Milonga”. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Diario “Gazzette”. Londres, Inglaterra. Diario “Persembe”. Estambul, Turquía. Diario “Tutkunun”. Estambul, Turquía. Diario “Times & Star”. Londres, Inglaterra. Diario “La Razón”, Buenos Aires. Diario The Cronicle, Newcastle, Inglaterra Radio and TV interviews Salzburg TV, Austria Radio5, Salzburg, Austria The Kurier, Austria “Una Cita con el tango” Esquina Homero Manzi, Día Nacional del Tango, Buenos Aires, Argentina. bcnTV BBC Radio Cumbria, Programa Good morning Cumbria’s. Buenos Aires “La2x4 Tango 92.7” Radio Ciudad 102.3 FM ARTISTIC GODFATHERS Ben Molar Creator of the National Tango Day. Academic of the “National Tango Academy of the Argentine Republic” and the Academia Porte?a del Lunfardo. Honorary President of the “Asociación Gardeliana Argentina” Founder Member of the “Casa Argentina en Tierra Santa” Board of Director′s Member of the Asociación Amigos de la Calle Corrientes. Ms Carmencita Calderón Illustrious Citizen of the City of Buenos Aires; ex dance partner of Ovidio Bianchet “El Cachafaz” About my nickname El tordo I was a very young boy and interested in the health, so that I began a workshop to be able to take the blood pressure. In the Milonga I had many friends to practise and little later already they were receiving me jockingly shouting ” take care, that the “tordo” (the “tor-do”) comes “, which in the slang of Buenos Aires, called Lunfardo, means “the doc-tor” Because usually they invert the order of the syllables in some expressions. And already I could not separate of this funny epithet nevermore. Who am I May 6th, 2016cometa my-teachers My Teachers My uncle My mother Pepito Avellaneda José Vazquez - Lampazo Carmencita Calderón Rodolfo Cieri Luis Grondona My uncle, Héctor R. Luissi Teacher of the Independent Athletic Club (Avellaneda, Buenos Aires, 1952). Of him I learned Tango dance and Milonga My mother, Norma Luissi She learned to dance at 12 years old. Her first teacher was Alberto Marino, singer of Aníbal Troilo and great tango dancer. At 15 years old she was gaining contests of Milonga style with “The Turk”, a dance celebrity of the epoch. In the year 2000 she gained the Buenos Aires Championship of Tango (“Torneos Bonaerenses”). In the year 2004 she won the Tango Dance Golden Medal (“Torneos Bonaerenses” again). She taught me Tango dance and crossed Waltz Master Pepito Avellaneda His famous “orillero style” began after the 50′s. He taught me Tango and Milonga “orilleros” Master José Vazquez, “Lampazo” He taught me the Tango de Salón and the Milonga de Salón; (not the european ballroom style but the one that was cultivated by the “high society” and was centring especially on Carlos Di Sarli and Osvaldo fresedo′s orchestras), and he was a very important Canyengue Master for me too. Lampazo was also Master of the actor and Hollywood′s Oscar Award Mr. Robert Duvall. Was Master in the “Weeks of Tango Milonguero” of Stanford’s University. He intervened as dancer in 14 movies. Lampazo was a pupil of the big Master Carlos Estévez “Petróleo” who in the 40s developed the dance that we know now, specially the Salón style. The characteristics of “Tango de Salón” are “posture, elegance and compás (rhythm)”. This style is obligatory in the World Tango Championship of Buenos Aires. Carmencita Calderón Ex dance partner of “El Cachafaz”, (dance up to his death in 1942), my artistic godmother helped me to understand the style of dance of this famous top dancer of the Tango History. Rodolfo Cieri Deceased in the year 2000, in 1933 gave his first exhibition of the canyengue style learned of his father, José Cieri. Rodolfo also has developed his proper style of canyengue. I have received also his foundations to interpret the Osvaldo Pugliese and Pedro Laurenz′s orchestras, and a style of “primitive” Milonga. Luis Grondona Canyengue, Tito Lusiardo’s style. In the 50s Juan Canaro gave him a scholarship to study canyengue with the famos actor and dancer Tito Lusiardo, co protagonist of several movies with the most popular icon of Buenos Aires: Carlos Gardel. Thanks to Grondona’s generosity I could learn the style of that famous dancer. My Teachers April 30th, 2016cometa my-philosophy El Tango también puede ser liberador. Porque vas a hacer tantas cosas por la gente, les vas a dar tanta alegría que le vas a cambiar la vida a más de uno Carlos El Tordo My Philosophy May 7th, 2016cometa courses Courses Beginners level Intermediate level Advanced level Contemporary Milonga Porte?a Canyengue Tango Argentino Classes and Groups Beginners level The start, its variations The embrace, its variations Backward and forward “ochos” Stops Sandwitch or “mordida” Half moon Left and straight “molinete” Simple “kick off” Walk (I) Simple chain left and straight (I) Simple scales Simple swept Simple ocho cortado Simple change of direction Syncopation The mark (to guide) Cadence Simple hook triple “kick off” left and straight Figures (I) Creative system (I) Ornaments Improvisation (I)) Milonguero′s codes Ladies technique (I) Dance hall circulation Se estudian las orquestas Juan D’ Arienzo década del 40 // Troilo del 40 // Héctor Varela // Rodolfo Biagi // José Basso Alfredo de Angelis // ángel D’Agostino // Ricardo Tanturi // Carlos Di Sarli // Osvaldo Fresedo Intermediate level The start, its variations The embrace, its variations Backward and forward “ochos” Stops Sandwitch or “mordida” Half moon Left and straight “molinete” Simple “kick off” Walk (I) Simple chain left and straight (I) Simple scales Simple swept Simple ocho cortado Simple change of direction Syncopation The mark (to guide) Cadence Simple hook triple “kick off” left and straight Figures (I) Creative system (I) Ornaments Improvisation (I)) Milonguero′s codes Ladies technique (I) Dance hall circulation Se estudian las orquestas Juan D’ Arienzo década del 40 // Troilo del 40 // Héctor Varela // Rodolfo Biagi // José Basso Alfredo de Angelis // ángel D’Agostino // Ricardo Tanturi // Carlos Di Sarli // Osvaldo Fresedo Advanced level Giros compuestos Enrosques compuestos Traslaciones Igualación Inversión de abrazo Voleos con respuesta Conversión de voleos Cambios de plano Cadencia (III) Caminada (III) Traslación de ejes Saltos (I) Sacadas (II) Cadenas (III) Escalas compuestas Sistema creativo (III) Ganchos (III) Figuras (III) Adornos Improvisación (III) Técnica femenina (III) Giros compuestos Orquestas Juan D’ Arienzo posterior a los a?os 40 // Osvaldo Pugliese // Osvaldo Fresedo // Baffa-Berlingieri Pedro Laurenz // Osmar Maderna // Julián Plaza // Donato Racciati Contemporary Embrace′s variation Inverted system Colgadas Volcadas Voleos (IV) Hooks (IV) Jump (II) Turn (III) Figures (IV) Ladies technique (IV) Improvisation (III) Specific dynamic Orquestas Piazzola // Gotan Project // Osvaldo Pugliese Milonga Porte?a MILONGA”PRIMITIVA” This style of dance is related to the early milongas composed by Sebastian Piana, which had a slow rhythm. MILONGA “POSTERIOR” This follows the early milongas although faster in rhythm. This form later led the way for the milongas to come: Orillera: The most popular milonga style, as danced by the school of Pepito Avellanada. De traspié: This style is characterized by the traspié, the rapid displacement of the feet by small straight or circular steps. De contratiempos: This style is characterised by the use of the “sincopa”. De salón: This special style is inherited from Maestro Lampazo, who had received the style from the great milonguero Juancito Luna. Vals criollo: Vals Criollo is the interpretation which Criollo composers created from the European Vals with the sentiments of their homela. They preserved the original style when composing the Valses primarily to be danced. It has also been called Vals Cruzado after its own proper steps. The Vals criollo becomes ” Cruzado” when this sequence is used, just as we would use the basic eight step in the traditional Tango. Canyengue The word “Canyengue” comes from Afro language and means “to walk rhythmically”. Four styles of old Tango “Canyengue”, which used to be danced until 1930. José Cieri′s style, Rodolfo Cieri′s style, Tito Lusiardo – Luis Grondona′s style and José Vázquez (Lampazo)′s style. This was the earliest form of Tango, as the creators envisioned the dawn of the formation of this wonderful dance. The knowledge of this dance is truly a treasure as the pioneer Teachers and the ultimate Masters of this dance have already passed away. Canyengue is particularly important, if not essential, to be able to understand, dance and “feel” the original Tangos of “Guardia Vieja (Old Period)”. From a technical point of view, it can be observed that the dancers “share the axis”. It is evident the embrace is closed in the upper part of the torso. Tango Argentino Tango from 30s and 40s Both styles are traditional way of interpreting the music of these periods. The abandonment of “two by four” rhythm led the milongueros develop new dance steps and specific solutions for each musical line. Therefore we see the appearance of “ocho cortado” or “ocho milonguero” suitable for the rhythm of 1930s where the both “ocho” movements, forward and backward, we see today are for the rhythm of 1940s. We can also make a technical observation: The dancers’ axes became somewhat separated in the 1930 and practically independent in the 1940s. Tango de salón Tango de salòn developed based on the music from the orchestras of Osvaldo Fresedo and Carlos Di Sarli. The basic tenet of this style is to hold “posture, elegance and rhythm”. Tango de salòn has its own figures. In general terms these figures stem from the “walk “, mastery of which by itself has always been difficult and the objective of the true milongueros. The first advocate of this style, without doubt, the Maestro Carlos Estévez (Petróleo) and consequently his student Josè Vàzquez (Lampazo), who was in return the teacher of Carlos “El Tordo”. Until then, the embrace of the dancers was clearly “closed”. De salón La música y las orquestas han ido de la mano con el desarrollo de la historia del tango; así también ha ido variando el baile. Contemporary Contemporary Tango has been developed based on the actual musical currents which delve into the Tango of today. The axes, by this period, are clearly “divergent”, visible in the upper part of the body i.e. in the “colgadas”. Fantasy tango Includes Tango for stage for professionals. Classes and Groups Private classes The private classes are of 75 minutes. There is destined to one person or one couple. The clothes must be comfortable and the ladies must use skirts that allow to verify the position of knees and feet. For Milonga it is convenient the shoes do not slide too much. In the canyengue, where the axes are shared, it is specially important the shoes do not slide too much. Groups Groups must be divided in levels in order that nobody loses time and besides, equal number of men and women. Courses April 30th, 2016cometa activities Activities Performance for the United Nations, Austria Center, dance partner: Heide Schmollgruber – Viena Big exclusively presentation Schloss Velden, of “Los 14 con el Tango”, Ben Molar′s fundamental work, with the Academic Members of the Austria′s National Tango Academy – Salzburg, Austria www.tangocarintia.com Villach – Salzburg, Austria Performance for the Embassy of Argentina, Innsbruck, dance partner: Heide Schmollgruber –Viena Performance for the Embassy of Argentina, Albertina passage, dance partner: Heide Schmollgruber and Tangoseduccion ensamble – Viena “The nose of Gardel” – Kleinestheatre – Salzburg, Austria Theatre The Jazzit – Salzburg, Austria Carnival Festival in StiegelKeller – Salzburg Tango-Finissage im MdM Rupertinum MIt Duo Milonga, music live – Salzburg Nikki Seifert Tanzshule – Salzburg Lesung mit musikalischer Untermalung Amphitheatrum – Salzburg Canyengue Workshop – Salzburg Salzburg National Tango Day Celebration in Nikki Seifert Tanzschule – Salzburg “Tangoball” – Salzburg Salzburg Programm Mozartango Wochenendfestival Performance in Muhlldorf – Deutschland Festival der Kulturen Museum der Moderne Salzburg Parkhotel Milonga Villach Marmor Saal – Salzburg Holiday Hin Milonga Villach Schlosswirt Anif – Salzburg Galery Seywald Salzburg “El Morocho del Arrabal” – Buenos Aires, Argentina Castel Leopolds Kron – Salzburg “Barok i Tango Festival” Akademia Muzyczna w Katowicach – Poland Interdance Dance School – Salzburg Kulturzentrum Gnigl Salzburg International Festival Kolory Polsky – Polonia “Giorno Nazionale del Tango”, Terrazza Seifert Corsi settimanali di Tango Argentino e Canyengue Dance School “Evita Easton” – Salzburg Workshops in Traunstein – Germany Workshop in Villach – Austria International Workshop SIBA von Peter Breuer Landestheater and SIBA′s Ballet Director – Salzburg Wolfsberg – Austria Theatre′s performence The nose of Gardel Salzburg Corsi settimanali presso la scuola di danza “Niki Seifert” – Salzburg Corsi settimanali presso la scuola Interdance Salzburg Workshops in Lodjch (Studio-danza: Salsaproject) –Polonia Workshop: “Tango; comunicazione senza parole”. Festival der Kulture – Salzburg Castel Franziskischl?ssl – Salzburg Bailes de Salón “Partenaire”, Granollers – Spain Bailes de Salón “Ball Centre” – Spain “Up and Down” – Spain Lesseps – Spain Escuela Nuria Quiles – Spain Escuela oficial “Doctor Trueta”, Poblenou – Spain F?rum Universal de las Culturas” – Spain Semana Argentina de Barcelona – Spain Hotel Oriente, Día Nacional del Tango – Spain Museo Marítimo de Barcelona – Spain “Encuentro de Culturas”, FASAMCAT – Spain Harlem Jazz Club – Spain Macroscope – Spain Exhibición Teatro Poblenou – Spain El Prat de Llobregat – Spain Olot, Pirineos – Spain Auditorio Enrique Granados, FASAMCAT – Spain Alicante – Spain Carlisle – England Tullie House. Museum and Art Gallery – England Ireby – England Whitley Bay, Newcastle – England ?Vamos! Festival, Newcastle – England The MEA House, Ellison Place, Newcastle – England Pena de Bandoneon, Rugby Club – England Semana Cultural Argentina, Newcastle – England The Tango History, Unitarian Church – England Int. Grand Festival 2006, City Hall – England Patio de Tango, Durant Hall, Newcastle – England City Council, Newcastle – England Universidad Naval, Armstrong Building – England Patio de Tango, Newcastle, julio 2007 – England Rainbow Trust 20th Anniversary Ball – England Tango in Cumbria – England Cockermouth – England BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art – England AAnnette – England The Black Swann – England The City Hall – England Tv BBc – England Día Nacional del Tango, Buenos Aires – Argentina Teatro Colón, Mar del Plata – Argentina La Cachila – Argentina Festival Danzas Nativas – Argentina Círculo Trovador – Argentina Sanón La Campana, Mar del Plata – Argentina Sunderland,“La Milonga del Mundo” – Argentina Maipú 444 – Argentina El Arranque – Argentina La Ideal – Argentina Salón Canning – Argentina El Viejo Correo – Argentina Centro Asturiano, Mar del Plata – Argentina Salón La Milonguera, Mar del Plata – Argentina Antares Hall, Mar del Plata – Argentina Eli-Roci Concert, Mar del Plata – Argentina The Sauro Hall, Mar del Plata – Argentina E&R Theatre, Mar del Plata – Argentina Teatro La Campana, Mar del Plata – Argentina López de Gomara S.F., Mar del Plata – Argentina Marea TV Cable, Mar del Plata – Argentina Teatro Broadway – Argentina Annan, Tango Extravaganza – Scotland Annan, Dumfries & Galloway Arts Assoc. – Scotland Solway Argentine Tango Society – Scotland Annan Fesival, octubre 2006 – Scotland Escuela Ayshegul Betil – Turkey Graz – Austria Salzburg Estudio 13 – Austria Salzburg Salón Quo Vadis – Austria Salzburg Anphitheatrum – Austria Salzburg Paris Lodronstrasse Studio – Austria Salzburg Marmoolsaall – Austria Salzburg PeterBreuer Salzbug Ballet – Austria Salzburg Evita Easton Ballet School – Austria Salzburg Maria Lobe – Austria Tango-Finissage im MdM Rupertinum – Austria Mondsee – Austria Villach Anphitheatrum – Austria Villach Tango Carintia – Austria Villach Wolfberg – Austria Liubijana – Slovenia Frankfurt – Germany Ginebra, Salon Alpino Suizo – Switzerland Bari – Italy Trani – Italy Montreal, U. du Québec à Trois-Rivières – Canada Buenos Aires, First International Tango Congress 2013, speaker at a conference about Tango dance-styles. – Argentina Second performance Albertina passage, for the Embassy of Argentine, Vienna, with Tangoseducción dance company. – Austria Institutional representation, Cracovia, Waweltango 2013, – Poland Ucrania, Dniepropetrovsk, workshops 2012. – Ucrania Ucrania, Dniepropetrovsk, Institutional representation 2012. – Ucrania Ucrania, Crimea, workshops and performances 2013. – Ucrania Ucrania, Crimea, Institutional representation, Cracovia, 2013. – Ucrania Casinos Austria, performance 2013, Baden. – Austria Activities May 14th, 2016cometa gallery Gallery My recent activities Bucharest Carl Orff El Tordo Cultura Tango Luna Tango Project Milonga Salzburg Mirabell Residence Tango in Craiova Històricas Gallery May 25th, 2016cometa Contact Get in touch with me! 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