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La Gran Milonga – Highlights

La Gran Milonga – Highlights

Text by Karan

What a fantastic night it was . La Gran Milonga , a collaboration of Tango Synergy and Tango Conca, was a celebration of Argentine Tango and truly a night to remember.

Tango Synergy members and the wider community supported this special evening in vast numbers making for a festive atmosphere.

The art deco Petersham Town Hall was dressed up to sparkle . Flowers by Teresa added to the table decoration.The dance floor was crowded all night, which was  surely a sign that everyone was enjoying music provided by Maggie Ferguson with Fuego Blanco and  DJ Fabian .

The teachers of Sydney and Melbourne accepted an invitation to show their expertise in an exhibition tango  and Craig and Ksenyia showed why they were successful in the Latin Dance Championships held earlier in the year.

If that wasn’t enough a group of very talented artists from the tango community helped set the atmosphere of celebration by exhibiting their works. Thank you Iris Toren, Jude Rose, Mike Golding, Matteo Berna and especially Jan Rae and Lelde Vitols who came from outside of Sydney.

Foto credit: Maria Dvoyneva

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