Welcome to Boston--World Tango Champions Lorena Gonzalez and Gaston Camejo
April 4-13, 2019
Special Performance on Wednesday April 4 at the Wednesday Tango Break
Lorena Gonzalez, Tango Salon world champion 2014 and Gaston Camejo are in Boston for a rare opportunity from
April 4-13, 2018
Don't miss the chance to take part in some or all of their workshops!
You can also book a private class
They will make a special appearance and will perform on Wednesday April 4
at our Wednesday Tango Break after 10pm
These are progressive workshops and for all levels and we recommend you take them in order;
however, you are welcome to pick and choose which ones you would like to take.
Remember, that if you buy the package, you will save!!
*Note: Workshops on Tuesday and Thursday are more advanced
Friday April 6
Connection, abrazo (hug), walking together and feeling more comfortable
Saturday, April 7
Circularity, spirals, starting to spin comfortably
Sunday April 8
Musicality, phrasing, pauses, dancing connected from the music
Enhance your dance with deeper connection and musicality in the pauses and phrasing of different orchestras.
Tuesday April 10 -
Rhythmic orchestras 1: energy, how to step on it, dancing connected
Thursday April 12 -
Rhythmic orchestras 2: changes of dynamics, accents and resources to dance them
Workshops 1, 2, 3
$70 all 3
Workshop 4, 5:
Buy all 5 workshops and SAVE!!
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Info on the artists:
Lorena González Cattáneo and Gaston Camejo are originally from Uruguay.
Since 2006 Lorena devoted herself to several dance disciplines such as jazz, belly dance, flamenco, salsa. Her strongest background is the fact that she worked in traditional multicultural tango places or "Casas de tango" in Uruguay, where the past and present of the tango from Montevideo mix and remain intact.
Since 2012 she trained with many Tango masters in Buenos Aires and in 2014 wins the World Tango championship in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Gaston Camejo danced with the National Folkloric Ballet of Uruguay. In 2013 he met Lorena and moves to Buenos Aires. Since 2015 they merged their artistic careers, something they have dreamed of since long ago and begin together to bring the tango around the world.
They constantly strive to accomplish tango that does not just refer to its technical side, but that conveys artistic achievement beyond the movement.