12 Nov 2017 (Sun) 3 ‑ 7pm (4 hours)
Nursery Park, West Kowloon Cultural District


Argentine tango is characterised by heavy improvisation and a close connection between partners. Dancers, possibly two complete strangers, can sense and connect with each other in a close embrace through the language of leading and following that makes Argentine tango one of the most passionate and romantic dances.



Enjoy tango performances by the dancers of Otrotango Dance Company and learn basic tango steps from Raymond and Lily, champions of the Tango Dance World Championship 2011 in Asia, who will show you how these simple movements can be combined to create a captivating dance.



Programme Rundown
1/ Showcase and Workshop I
15:00–15:45Sunset Lawn, Nursery Park

2/ Showcase and Workshop II
16:00–16:45Sunset Lawn, Nursery Park

3/Showcase and Workshop III
17:00–17:45Sunset Lawn, Nursery Park

4/ Sunset Milonga
18:00–19:00Sunset Lawn, Nursery Park


Register Now!
To register for the workshops, please email your name, contact number and preferred session to learning@wkcda.hk on or before 10 November. If you are registering for more than one person, please provide details for each participant. Free admission. No prior dance experience needed.


Collaborating Partner - Otrotango Dance Company
One of Hong Kong’s leading Argentine tango teams, Otrotango Dance Company was founded by Raymond and Lily, champions of the Tango Dance World Championship 2011 in Asia (Salon Tango) and China Argentine Tango Championship 2014 (Salon Tango and Waltz), and finalists of the Tango Dance World Championship 2011 in Buenos Aires (Salon Tango). Over the years, Lily and Raymond have provided exceptional training to many local students and international tango dancers, taking tango in Hong Kong to new levels and travelling to many cities in Asia to teach workshops and perform. They have performed in some of the most prestigious dance salons in Buenos Aires, the mecca of tango. Their choreographic works have also been widely recognised, and they have created choreography for some of the top dancers in Asia.
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