Itinerant Chair of Tango and Diversity
The "templo Libertad" is the headquarters of the Itinerant Chair of Tango and Diversity. From its Ramah Hall - which has become an auditorium- every Thursday at 20 pm. will be held several meetings, creating a new cultural space where transmitting from the symbolism of the embrace of Tango, a message of respect for the difference and unity in diversity
Directors: Diego Lopez, Tango Coach, Dancer, Teacher and Choreographer
Rabbi Sergio Bergman, Content Director in values and diversity
Andrea Starosiliz, Artistic Director, Dancer, Teacher and Psychologist
The Freedom Temple (769, Libertad Street, Buenos Aires City), declared as an historical monument of Buenos Aires City (Tangible Heritage) provides its space to operate as the main headquarters of the Itinerant Chair of Tango and Diversity. The Tango, declared by UNESCO Intangible Heritage of Humanity. And from there artistic and educational activities will expand - Living Heritage Culture - and traveling rovingly to new headquarters.
Every Thursday at 20 pm, various activities will take place so that community can enjoy our citizen culture
School of Tango
Courses Healthy Tango
Lectures to the Community
The first meeting took place on Thursday July 16, 2015. In its inauguration around table was held on "Tango and Cultural Diversity "with the words of Rabbi Bergman. After that the educational show TANGO was introduced: “ConeXXIon TANGO - timeless embraces”
For cultural centers, universities, businesses and interested groups, We offer a mix of proposals covering the cultural universe of Tango.
Didactic Show: “ConeXXIon TANGO”
Lectures on the History of Tango: its family tree, Healthy Tango, Tango and Parkinson, Emotional Education and Tango
Workshops of Tango, Milonga and Waltz to public in general
Workshops for teachers of others dance styles
Exhibitions and small performances of Tango
diego lopez tango
cátedra itinerante de tango y diversidad
Como prometimos será en Vicente López.
El próximo jueves 6 de julio a las 20 hs, quienes quieran acercarse a conocer la historia del Tango, desde sus orígenes hasta nuestros días, Diego López, director de la Cátedra brindará una amena e ilustrativa conferencia. Entrada libre y gratuita. Con reservas.