Sergio Martin Almiron!
Renowned tango dancer and teacher Martin Almiron in Sacramento!
Martin Almiron was a finalist in Mundial (the World Tango Dance Championship) in both Salon Tango and Stage Tango, reaching sixth place in the Stage Tango category! He was also a finalist in the Metropolitan Tango Dance Championship in all categories (Salon Tango, Milonga and Vals)! Don't miss this chance to take your tango to another level!
Saturday, December 8, 2018
7:45-8:45 pm -- "Mastering Sacadas in Turns!" -- This workshop happens immediately before the milonga! Cost for Saturday workshop is $20; milonga is $10. (He is also teaching a pre-milonga workshop at Tango on Broadway on Friday, Dec. 7 -- please see TOB's facebook event page for details.)
Martin is also available for private lessons at $110 an hour. To schedule, please email email@example.com.
Click on the image below to register for the Saturday workshop now!
Tango by the River is located at 128 J Street in Old Sacramento.
BIO OF SERGIO MARTÍN ALMIRÓN:
Tango, folklore and contemporary dancer, educated at the National University of Arts and University of San Martin. World Tango Dance Championship finalist in both categories (Salon Tango and Stage Tango), reaching sixth place in Stage Tango category. Metropolitan Tango Dance Championship finalist in all categories (Salon Tango, Milonga and Walts), reaching sixth place in Salon Tango and Milonga.
He was part of the Folkloric Ballet and Tango Company of the National University of Arts. He also belonged to the cast of dancers at the University of Buenos Aires.
He has danced in the best national and foreign theaters such as Théâtre du Châtelet of Paris, Presidente Alvear Theater, Cervantes National Theater in Buenos Aires, National Theatre of Panama, Ruben Dario National Theatre of Nicaragua, among others; and worked with renowned choreographers, building a great career with his performances in the prestigious plays like "Chantecler", "Azares del Quijote y Gardel", "Evitango" and "Evita Vive". In 2014 he produced and directed his first play "Argentino, El Espectáculo", which was premiered in Corrientes Street.