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Royce Hall at UCLA
340 Royce Drive Los Angeles, CA 90095
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The weather was Cold . I wore boots and jeans.
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"Tango: Historias Breves" featuring Guillermina Quiroga
14 ratings
4.3 average rating
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53 events
14 reviews
3 stars
attended Feb 05 2009

This program was supposed to tell stories thru tango with an influence of ballet and to some extent that was true. Unfortunately the development of the premise was lacking polish and the dancers were not great but more like adequate with the...continued

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32 reviews
14 stars
attended Feb 04 2009

The performance was so-so, amateurish, unsophisticated and poorly put together. Much time was spent on singing, music and not enough dance. Would NOT recomment this performance.

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Ann H.
55 events
25 reviews
82 stars
attended Feb 05 2009

Unbelievably spectacular!!!!!!

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Learn more about tango legend Guillermina Quiroga at her website.


Following their rapturously received, sold-out run in New York City in 2006, the internationally renowned Argentinean dancer Guillermina Quiroga and her thrilling company return to the U.S. in their first North American tour.

Best known in this country for her stunning work with the smash hits Tango x2, Forever Tango and Tango Argentino, the classically trained Quiroga is one of Argentina’s premier tango dancers, hailed by The New York Times for her “lyrical grace,” “incredibly deft, snappy footwork” and “spectacular feats (a leg held behind her head as she turned, astonishing backbends).”

Intertwined with some of Argentina’s best poetry, music, and sensuous dance, Tango, Historias Breves brings us closer to stories of life, love and passion and delves deeply into the fundamental role destiny plays. Quiroga and her partner Claudio Villagra will be joined by three couples and the group Los Cosos de al Lao, led by conductor and bandoneon player Gustavo Paglia.