Estampas Portenas in Tango Feeling by Carolina soler
“ Tango Feeling” -- the new show by Estampas Porteñas created by Carolina Soler -- promises to be a spectacular tango extravaganza of dance, music, costumes, and pulsing sensuality. It has two parts: Salon Porteño featuring more traditional tango and styles, of Julian Plaza, Mares, Portier When find the people with humor and sensuality and Littles storys
The second part Tango Hypnotic with the passion with the feel of the contemporary tango of styles Dàrienzo, Pugliese and the virtuous Astor Piazzolla presented with a lot adrenaline glamorous and elegant moves. with sensuality and passion.
Tango Feeling takes you on an irresistible journey through the history of this most seductive of dance forms, evoking the paradoxical glitter and danger of the “barrios” where the dance was born, while the group's modern choreography is edged with the sharpness and sophistication of contemporary Argentina.
Composed of musicians, singers, and dancers, Estampas Porteñas was founded in Buenos Aires in 1996 by the distinguished Argentine ballerina and choreographer Carolina Soler. Beginning her career in classical ballet, Carolina Soler was celebrated for her dazzling portrayals of traditional classical ballet roles. With Estampas Porteñas she returned to the dance form that is the heart and soul of Argentina.
Tango represents the essence of the historic port city Buenos Aires. There are other popular music styles that represent other regions of the country of Argentina. Tango fused the folk music of the countryside with the music that European migrants brought. It put together the Spanish guitar that the Argentine “gaucho” had long played with the “bandoneón” that the Europeans brought in the nineteenth century. Tango was brought into the salons of the middle class and was stylized by incorporating the gentleness of the waltzes danced by the local aristocracy. This led in turn to the golden age of the big orchestras of tango. Tango is wonderful because it represents the mix of races and the diversity of cultures that is Buenos Aires. It has the nostalgia of the early Italian immigrants and the roughness of the gauchos of the Argentinean “pampas” resettled in the big city in search of a better life. It has a beauty and heart-breaking poetry that transcend cultural boundaries.