Isabella’s conversation with Alicia continues…
1. How do you think you can help people in the North American community understand tango more?
Alicia: By showing my heart and sentiment and putting a lot of energy in the classes.
2. What would you say to women who want to come to your workshops but are worried about not having a partner?
Alicia: Come anyways to learn, we have the possibility to rotate partners.
3. What do you think are the qualities in a dancer that most milongueros in Buenos Aires look for?
Alicia: To have passion for the music and dance. To let go of the body so that it can “express” and not think too much if it is good or bad to let whatever happen.
4. What would you like to share with us that we may not know?
Alicia: Tango is to feel, not to do. The music takes us away, the connection is the most important and this is intimate, not public. It is not to show others how you dance but to tell your partner how well you feel.