Pre-Festival DJ Workshop

Time: 16:30 – 18:00 Venue: Youngblood Gallery Teacher: Tim Hall Free – though contact info@capetango.africa to verify your attendance and if you have any questions Tim Hall has been working in and around music for years. In the 90’s he DJ’d in Hip Hop clubs around the University he attended. this led to him working as a Sound Engineer…

Cape Tango Festival T-shirts

We have Cape Tango Festival T-shirts for sale, these are pre-ordered. If you want one, please send email with your name, gender, size & quantity to info@capetango.africa by 29 November. They are R180 each. Gents have a V-neck, ladies have a scoop neck.   Click here to see a large version of the design

CTF 2019 Tango-Wine Pairing Poster

Spectators Tickets Available

https://www.quicket.co.za/events/91319-cape-tango-festival/#/schedules Spectator tickets will be sold for two of the evenings Saturday 7th December and Sunday 8th Dec 2019. We would like to invite you for an experience of Argentine Tango festival. 7th DEC 2019 | SAT (Wine & Tango Pairing Affair) Cape Tango Festival presents a Wine & Tango pairing experience, sommelier-guided wine tasting,…

Help Grow Tango in Africa

https://www.backabuddy.co.za/champion/project/sidney-and-mario   Be part of this journey – Funds needed for our International Tango teachers and Students. We are hosting our 3rd annual Tango festival in Cape Town (4 – 9 Dec), tango lovers all around the world will be attending this event. Over the last 2 years, our two amazing International tango teachers, Sidney…

Workshop #7

“Let’s Get Hooked” Teacher: Sidney Grant Venue: Youngblood Description: How to hook “gancho” in a variety of ways to enhance your musicality as both leader & followers. This class will examine displacements and hooks as they relate to different music, including dynamic, timing, rhythm and nuance.

Workshop #6

“Quick-Quick-Slow” Teacher: Mario de Camillis Venue: Youngblood Description: We will examine how this particular rhythmic structure is valuable in a plentiful plethora of particular tango combinations, including ocho cortado, giros/molinetes (right and left) and work with different orchestras to reveal where this tempo/expression fits best.