major force for tango, an innovator and consummate artist, José
Garófalo (from Buenos
Aires) will be in Boston
March 13-16 as part of his US tour
With over 30 years of tango and an extensive
knowledge of tango's artistry and history,
José is an important resource and link between milongueros
of the Golden Age and new tango trends.
José has taught tango at the University
of Buenos Aires for about 20 years, and also organizes
major tango events, shows and theatre productions.
In 2000, he co-founded Porteño
y Bailarín, a popular milonga in Buenos Aires.
He is President
of the Civil Cambalache Association and has directed the Cambalache
Festival since 2004. He has produced multimedia
tango and theatre productions and was a juror for stage and
salon tango at the International Tango
Festival in Buenos Aires since 2008.
is an excellent instructor and has been in high demand for teaching
and performing around the country (see a demo
with Mariana Fresno.) Take
this special opportunity to study with him!