Quality walking, different pivots, pauses.
Traditional embellishments, elegant crossings.
Tango walk reaction, speed and agility.
Women turns, boleos, history.
Assisted by: Barbara Saraitaris
In collaboration with Tango Mercurio.
Registration closed. $75 in advance / $85 at the door
About Analía Centurión
Analía Centurión began her dance studies at age 6 in classical dance and began dancing tango at 16. She has extensive experience dancing and teaching tango in various festivals and workshops in Argentina, North America, Europe and Asia, Mexico and Brazil. She has performed with different companies like Mora Godoy and Juan Carlos Copes, the House Dinner Show, Piazzolla Tango, La Ventana, Madero Tango, Boca Tango and Tango Complejo.
Analia was a director and choreographer of the young company inside Fusion Tango Buenos Aires with the participation of children and youth from 2001 to 2005. She was also a judge at the World Tango competition and Metropolitan.
Analía currently has a studio "Centurion Tango Academy" in the Chacabuco province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
About Dance Loft on 14
The Dance Loft on 14 is a space for creativity. Four State of the Art Studios wrapped in 19th century elegance. A black box theater with capacity for both proscenium and theater in the round art. Showers and spacious locker-rooms. Vaulted ceilings and historic gold-leafed cherubs carefully preserved from when DC's famous architect, Charles E. Wire, designed them in 1923 and presented them to the city as the Park Theater on July 1st, 1924 with silent movie heartthrob Thomas Meighan on the silver screen.
The Dance Loft on 14 is an interdisciplinary space, a home for actors and musicians; for visual artists; for the professional artist and the novice alike. It is a place to train, a place to rehearse, a place to present, a place to gather and, most important, a place for the Upper 14th Street NW community to call home.