Ask Armando: Introduction
I am very happy that the studio has asked me to write a regular column on the studio blog, titled “Ask Armando.” I hope that it allows people to get to know me more, as dancer, teacher and even as a regular person. Please use this opportunity to ask me anything - let’s talk about tango and its history, the costumes, manners, and more. After almost 23 of dancing professionally, there is much that I hope to be able to share. Please send me questions at my email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, or post them to the feedback page.
At this moment Nuria and I are very exited about our trip to Buenos Aires which will be from March 1st to the 18th, because our daughter, Anahi, will meet her grandparents for the first time. Also I am very happy because the students and friends coming with us will have the opportunity to see for themselves tango in its birthplace.
I hope in the future many of you can experience the magic of tango in Buenos Aires, my culture, and my people. Tango as you know is a cultural dance, so if you don’t go to Buenos Aires some time in your process of learning, you are really missing an integral part of the dance.
As the Resident Master Instructor, Armando Orzuza teaches regular classes (Monday through Wednesday) at the New England Tango Academy. Look here for his biweekly column, and don’t hesitate to email in or submit any questions you have.