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Posts By Denizko

Jonathan Clarisa – A summer chat

August 10, 2017 |

Hi guys, please tell us how did you start tango and when?

We both started thanks to our families.

Clari: my parents have been tango masters for many years and my uncles and aunts are artists too. I dance tango … Read More

Waiting…

August 9, 2017 |

Zuzana Smékalová is a tanguera and tango DJ from Bratislava, Slovakia who played in a Slovak movie. We have had a chat with her regarding her experience in this movie. Hopefully, you will enjoy it as much as we do.

 

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Editor’s welcome – vol.45

August 9, 2017 |

Hi gancho readers,

Summer days are fully enjoyable for most of us and we try to color these days more by bringing you a new interesting gancho issue.

Jonathan and Clarisa: they travel a lot – does not matter in summer … Read More

Editor’s welcome – vol.44

May 8, 2017 |

Hello gancho-lovers,

We have always priorities in our lives which we change their orders quite often, at least in my case. But there are some priorities that you can never take out of the list. What about in tango? What … Read More

People of tango #14

February 5, 2017 |

Magda Skawińska (Warsaw)

What is so magical for you about tango?

“I would say honesty and courage it demands. For me these two are the most magical and at the same time the most difficult things in tango. In … Read More

People of tango #13

December 1, 2016 |

Đurđina Šijaković (Belgrade)

If tango was Santa Claus, what would I wish from him in 2017?

First of all, what do you mean by IF?

I would ask for Troilo’s orchestra’s resurrection, all his singers included (if Santa’s stingy, than … Read More

New tango albums by Edition 46

December 1, 2016 |

I had the chance to listen the new two CDs from music label Edition 46. Let me share with you in case you are looking for a Christmas gift to tango-music lover.

 

SILUETA PORTEÑA

The tango sextet faux … Read More

Editor’s welcome – vol. 42

December 1, 2016 |

Dear gancho-lovers,

The end of the year is approaching. It is a nice time of holidays and family. It is not only the end of the year, but also the beginning of another one. We all are invited to have good feelings in this time … Read More

Marta Kossakowska

September 29, 2016 |

We met Marta, a talented photographer and tanguera and bring you the result in this issue. We had a nice chat with her on tango photography. Enjoy it 🙂

Marta is a photographer and a dancer. Which comes first for you?

Dancing … Read More

Editor’s welcome – vol. 41

September 29, 2016 |

 

Dear gancho-readers,

We are leaving the summer behind, with lots of fun, parties, rest, sun and festivals. Autumn is coming with beautiful changes in nature and also with promising events on the tango-scene. We hope to meet you in … Read More

People of tango #12

September 29, 2016 |

Lucas Fernandes (Buenos Aires)

For so long time they ask me and I’ve never knew what to answer… I decided to write a bit what is tango for me… Ahí va y sea lo que sea: Tango is the touch, … Read More

TJ Cafe – Let’s have a chat…

May 29, 2016 |

gancho: We are very glad to have the chance to chat dearest Tango DJs. Good morning to all and let me jump into the questions: What do you think how should be a good TangoDJ?

Ramazan Toktay (Ramo): A good tangodj … Read More

Editor’s welcome – vol. 40

May 29, 2016 |

Hello dear gancho readers,

Summer is back in Europe with a warm sun that we have missed so long… In this issue, we focus on tango music and tango DJs (or TJs) little bit more than ever and what is … Read More

ZONDA , FOLCLORE ARGENTINO – by Saura

March 22, 2016 |

Carlos Saura (born in 1932) is a very well known Spanish director with his movies which contributed to culture. His well-known movies in tango world are Carmen (1983), Flamenco (1995, Tango (1998), among many others. One of his latest movie … Read More

People of tango #11

January 29, 2016 |

János (Budapest)

Do you believe that the technique kills the emotions in tango or that it helps the dancers to be more free? How does it work for you?

If you want to dance with all of your heart and … Read More

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