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Encuentro milonguero Kehl 7

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Marathon and Encuentro

Atmosphere (people's friendliness, number of dancers, fun): 50% - 1 votes
Organisation ( venues, comfort, schedule ): 50% - 1 votes
Music & DJs: 50% - 1 votes
Dancing ( level, etiquette, leader/follower ratio): 50% - 1 votes
Would you come back or recommend? - 0 votes

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Encuentro milonguero Kehl 7

Encuentro milonguero Kehl 7

50 out of 100 with 4 ratings


An Encuentro milonguero is a meeting of dancer how likes the tango milonguero style.
here is no WS or show or orchestra.
The musik is organised in Tandas and cortinas

I would especially like that the following "Códicos de Tango" be respected:
*Invitations with Mirada and Cabezeo, we dance in the Abrazo closed (close embrace).
* One's feet and heels remain on the floor.
* we maintain a dance in a counter clockwise direction.
* We avoid changing lanes.
* We advance whenever the space allows (avoiding being "a rock in the stream").
* We respect the space of other dancers and protect the safety of others.
* We especially enjoy it when dancers who are already on the dance floor would signal and allow the entry of those who are waiting to get onto the dance floor, and conversely, that couples wait for this signal before coming onto the dance floor.
* At this encuentro, we hope that you use it as an opportunity to meet and dance with new people.

Thursday : Paola De venezia ( Noci)
Friday : Céline Deveze : Olivier Constant
Saturday : Philippe Gonella ; Silencio
Sunday : Gaby Guthmann ; Fred2Gap


  • Location:
    Kehl, Germany
    Event dates:
    From: Thursday, 07 September 2017 - To: Sunday, 10 September 2017
    Kehl, Germany
    Event dates:
    Event Starts: Thursday, 07 September 2017
    Event Ends: Sunday, 10 September 2017
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