Alberto’s, San Francisco- Sunday, November 20, 2011


November 21-22 Private Classes in San Francisco

to schedule contact Kikki



Master Teachers and Dancers of Tango Argentino

from Buenos Aires, Argentina

Sunday, November 20, 2011 at Alberto’s, Mountainview, Ca

Private Classes in San Francisco Friday to Tuesday, November 18-22, 2012

contact Kikki to schedule – or call 415 748 9673


Sunday, November 20
Alberto’s Night Club, 736 W. Dana, Mountain View
Workshops by

Intermediate/Advanced level

3:00-4:30 p.m. PUGLIESE – the sensual connection,
Sensuality and Drama in the Dance,

5:00-6:30 p.m. Fun with MILONGA TRASPIE.
Hot feet, quick steps, and more…

One workshop $25, both workshops $45.
Pre-registration requested:

Performance by Eduardo & Marisa at the evening Milonga @ Alberto’s on November 20
Door open 7:00 p.m. – until Midnight    $10

DJ: Felipe Martinez.

More info:


Workshops in Mountainview, Ca


Milonga at Alberto’s in Mountainview, Ca

Eduardo and Marisa with Homer and Christina, with Andrea, with Iris, with Wendy


Sunshine and Rain in San Francisco…..



Eduardo Saucedo is a master teacher and dancer of Argentine Tango in its various styles.
He is internationally recognized for his love and passion of the dance. He considers the dance of tango an
admirable art form that can express body, mind, spirit and soul. Eduardo brings to the dance,
not only his experience of dance, but most importantly his love and passion for life.
He is creative and practical as he focuses on the subtle details of the technique of the movements.
Marisa Quiroga, a classical ballet dancer, is a member of the “Colon Theatre Ballet Company of Buenos Aires”,
one of the most prestigious theatres in the world. For her, Tango is an expression of the spirit inspired by the city music,
which reflects itself in every movement and motivated for the communication that comes from the partner’s embrace.
Together, Eduardo and Marisa have developed a technique which visualizes the tango as an expression of the soul,
believing in creativity and spontaneity of movement in harmony with music.
Among the activities that they developed together are international tours and many constant transcendental events
such as the “International Piazzolla Festival” and “The international Argentine Tango Congress”.