Tango News for October on the Australian scene 
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Maybe you have just done some amazing workshops with visiting teachers, or perhaps you have just returned from Tango in the Spring in Canberra, or earlier the New Zealand Tango Festival and are feeling very committed to your tango. Or maybe you are feeling just a little jaded and wondering what the next step is for you with your dancing. As with anything one commits to there is always something to learn and tango is a complex dance and experience.
There's plenty more happening in the next months around the country... if we missed something, or if you would like us to include a future tango even please email. 
Meanwhile don't forget your local teachers who put so much time and commitment into organising workshops, practicas, milongas and festivals - 
Yours in tango, 
Dante Sanchez and Indira Hiayes who will visit Sydney and Melbourne in October. Dante first visited Australia in 2017.
Follow this link to Auckland Tango to find out more
Visiting Teachers
Check out who's coming your way
Fabian Salas and Lola Diaz will visit Canberra 3-7 October, hosted by Tengo Tango
Then they will travel to Adelaide to work with Southern Cross Tango, from 11 to 14th.
Pablito's in Sydney will host the couple from 18 - 21 October. More details on the Facebook page
Fabian and Lola are the driving force behind the CITA Festival held in Buenos Aires in the early part of the year, and regular visitors to Australia. 

Dante Sanchez and Indra Hiayes will visit Sydney, 4 -10th October, hosted by Tango Spirit together with Sonny Ho.
10-16th October Tango Esencia, Richmond, Melbourne, will host the couple.
Dante Sanchez was World Tango Champion, Salon and is a judge of the competition in Buenos Aires. He has danced in a number of tango shows in Buenos Aires and performed with Maria Nieves. A popular performer and teacher at festivals in Europe, Asia and America he will make just 2 stops in Australia after visiting New Zealand. 
More information on the Auckland Tango website.

We are already getting news about who is coming 2019. You can expect Nick Jones and Diana Cruz, then Lorena Goldestein and Cristian Gallardo. Pablito's in Sydney are planning to host Lorena Ermocida and Pancho Martinez in May and in the latter part of the year Sydney Tango House will present their second Australian Tango Festival
Do you have tango news you would like to share with Tangueros and Tangueras around Australia? If so send an email to Angelina with the details by the end of the month. 
Festivals and happenings - big and small - plan your weekends now!
Hobart Tango Encuentro 25-28 October, 2018
A popular tango get-together every year held in  DJs from interstate include Sydney's DJ Frida (pictured) held in the magnificent Masonic Grand Lodge and the Hobart Town Hall. 

Sunshine Coast9-10 November bootcamp hosted by Sunshine Coast Tango and NeoTango Australia. Check out the program on the website.


Australian Tango Festival 2019
Mark your diaries for the second Australian tango festival, from 4-7 October. We'll keep you posted as details come to hand. 

For a list of international tango festivals go to the tangonet website.
Travel for Tango
Travelling to South America
Ask the experts to help you plan your trip - and find deals you can't find online. If you want to maximise your tango trip why not extend your stay to  visit one of the highlights such as  Machu Picchu, Iguassu Falls, the Amazon, explore the Pampas or visit the Salt Flats  - there is so much to do on this amazing continent...
Contact Martin at Travel Choice, the South American specialists, and plan your trip with the experts. 
Travelling to Buenos Aires for tango check out the Tango Map Guide for milongas and tango events while you are there.
More News about Tango Musicians
Camelot Lounge in Sydney's Marrickville will present a night with Orquesta La Luna on Sunday October 14 at 8pm.
Orquesta La Luna have been described as 'uncompromising and passionate' musicians who are committed to performing the tango repertoire as it was in the Golden Age. A night of tango at Camelot is a chance to dance to a great orchestra, eat and enjoy a drink at the end of the weekend. Bookings advised. 

A live music performance is a wonderful way to introduce non-tango dancers to tango music and an opportunity to listen to and enjoy some of Australia's leading young tango musicians. 
Tango musicians and bands
These tango bands play for dancers as well as events.
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