NEY MELO WORKSHOP WEEKEND
SEPTEMBER 9 - 11, 2016
Tango Boise is proud to be bringing internationally renowned tango instructor Ney Melo to our city for the first time in September. We'd love it if you'd all join us for a weekend long series of workshops, dancing, and fun!
This will also be our first workshop weekend at our fabulous new tango home: Ochos, situated in the heart of downtown Boise. Ney will be in Boise from September 8 to 12. Ney will be staying at our new Artist-In-Residence carriage house, and will be available for private instruction on Thursday and Friday at Ochos.
Ney Melo Workshop Weekend, September 9-11
FRIDAY, September 9Ochos - 515 W. Idaho St.
- 7:30 - 8:45 PM — Love and Passion: The Tango Walk
- 9:00 - 9:30 PM — Practica
- 9:30 -11:00 PM — Blue Tango Project Concert
SATURDAY, September 10
Ochos - 515 W. Idaho St.
- 12:00 - 1:15 PM — The Six Rhythmic Tools
- 1:45 - 3:00 PM — Milonguero Alterations
- 8:00 - 9:00 PM — Beginner Lesson by Tommy & Christian. Bring your curious friends that have been wanting to learn about tango!
- 9:00 PM - 1:00 AM — Grand Milonga w/DJ TBD
SUNDAY, September 11Ochos - 515 W. Idaho St.
- 1:00 - 2:15 PM — Giros
- 2:45 - 4:00 PM — Vals & The Piano
Evening — Venue - TBD
- 7:30 - 11:00 PM — Closing Milonga w/DJ TBD
Privates with Ney
Ney will be in Boise from September 7th to 12th and will be available to teach private tango lessons on Thursday & Friday of his stay. Ney is pleased to offer special rates of $80 per hour private lesson for his FIRST visit to Boise. Ney typically charges $120 for a one hour private. Be sure to take advantage of his special rate by contacting Ney through the form below! Ney is available:
- Thursday, September 8th
- Friday, September 9th
- Some availability on Saturday & Sunday
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Meet Ney Melo
Ney Melo is an internationally renowned Argentine Tango teacher known for his innovative teaching methods and passion for teaching. His tango instruction is sought out by beginning and advanced dancers, as well as other teachers and choreographers from all over the world.
The atmosphere in his classes is relaxed, personable and lively, and he places equal emphasis on the lady’s role as the man’s. Technique and the essence of tango, both fundamental to dancing well, are stressed in whatever step is being shown. Ney is dedicated to inspiring students to dance tango with feeling, musicality, cadencia, and connection – the way it is danced in Buenos Aires. Ney’s tango inspiration and training came from the master couple “Javier Rodriguez y Andrea Missé” and other Argentine masters of the salon style of tango.
Ney grew up in New York City and received a scholarship to the prestigious Regis High School in Manhattan. After graduating from Binghamton University with a degree in Accounting, Ney worked for Lehman Brothers but, after September 11th, he discovered tango and left his career to pursue his dream in Buenos Aires. His story has been featured on Yahoo! News, NY Times (Sep 2011), and many other news publications.