[Tango-L] No dancing before the music

Victor Bennetts Victor_Bennetts at infosys.com
Thu Feb 21 01:02:25 EST 2008


I can see your point, but few of us have the luxury of being more than occasional visitors to BsAs. We are all, I am sure, intimately concerned with growing tango as a dance around the world and in our own local communities, because if tango dies, our opportunity to do what we love dies with it. Even relatively strong communities with an apparently good depth of dancers can't rest on their laurels. Every time a good dancer has the bad luck (;-)) to have a relationship with a non dancer they realistically may (and usually do) drop out, for instance. Ah the followers I remember who no longer dance... but I digress. Fostering beginners along and building a community is no easy exercise. So some tolerance and attempt to appeal to a wide audience is a necessity, but hopefully in the context of teachers and organisers who have good tango sensibilities. Perhaps the new Sandra Bullock 'Sex and Tango' movie will bring in a legion of new fans? ;-)

Victor Bennetts

Janis >Grow tango?  What do you mean by that?

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