Over here at Abrazo, we are as committed as ever to bringing you moments of joy and relief in the good company of your peeps.
We have a line-up of virtual events in August, taking full advantage of the zoom to bring you international teachers and performers + our local wonderful queer tango teachers every week.
Here are the highlights, details below.
Our virtual queer tango classes welcome Augusto LaMarshall! Yes, oh yes, the godfather of queer tango from Buenos Aires returns to us for two Sundays (8/2, 8/9) to inspire us with his deep knowledge of tango.
Our very own Miranda Lindelow brings back her unique and invigorating brand of zoom queer tango three Sundays: 8/13, 8/20 and 8/27!
Live performances have rocked our virtual queer milongas during the pandemic, and this month we are so very thrilled to announce that one of the most exciting and lovely queer tango dance couples, Yana and Victoria from Berlin, will perform live. They share such a beautiful, musical and connected dance, and we are so happy to bring you this bit of joy.
ZOOM is where the magic is happening
One-click link for all Abrazo practicas, classes and milongas: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/992052580?pwd=YTFSc3Q3MDVLMThVdkYyVThUa3JtZz09Or, use the meeting ID and password at https://zoom.us/join:
Meeting ID: 992 052 580
Tips on using zoom:
3:30-4:30 (PDT/ SF)
Augusto LaMarshall from TangoQueer Buenos Aires: August 2 and 9
Miranda Lindelow from Sweden by way of Paris and now in SF: August 13, 20, 27
Saturday August 15 | 8-9:30 PM (PDT/ SF)
More details soon, but we will have live music sets, DJ sets, a live performance from the stunning Yana and Victoria, a music presentation by our very own Gigi and of course our birthday vals and toast. DJ Mackerelmint and DJ Madeleine round off our night of magic!
COST for all Abrazo events*
Sliding Scale for those who have stable and sufficient income: $5-$15 per event.
*All Abrazo events are free if your income has been affected by COVID-19. Please come as our guest.
Venmo: abrazo-tango (Karen Curtis)
What do we do with the money: We pay our teachers and performers, donate to queer tango teachers around the globe, and pay our monthly expenses.
Wherever you are in the world, we invite you to come dance with us.
Long live queer tango!