QuinTango Latin Jazz ~ Tango

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Contact

Joan Singer, Music Director
812 West Braddock Road
Alexandria, VA 22302
703-548-6811 (voicemail); 734-520-6811 (fax)
E-mail: joan@quintango.com
Web: www.quintango.com

Fees

Formal Concert $4,500
Educational Activities $1,000 - $2,500
Symphony Concert $6,000

Fees include travel expenses. Fees do not include accommodations. Discounts may be available for block-bookings. Education programs must be scheduled in with formal concerts. Dancers may be added to any performance.

Availability

Throughout the year

Technical

Grand piano, speaking mic, 2 armless chairs, stage lighting.

Audience

All ages

About

Winner of multiple WAMMIES, QuinTango -- two violins, cello, bass, piano, optional dancers -- delivers their intimate brand of sizzle and history, serious and fun with a multi-media presentation of Argentine tango music and dance. QuinTango’s ability to connect with audiences has brought them standing ovations from the White House to Lincoln Center, throughout Appalachia, the Americas and Europe.

Concerts

Concerts range from all-Piazzolla (classical option) to tango’s golden age, all including back stories to connect audiences to the music. Dancers optional. Visit www.quintango.com for details.

Educational Programs

The Story of Tango – interactive concert for grades K-6.

Residencies

Mad Hot Tango – dance/music workshops for grades 3-12; Arts Integration: How Geography and the Arts Shaped the World (Trade, Africa, Science) - story-telling, dance, music; for grades PK-8th grade.

Master Classes

Master Classes for music or dance students.

Workshops

Workshops in Latin dance.

Video

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