“Mary Oleskiewicz has it all: she’s a skilled writer in the booklet, she’s an avid scholar who besides digging up some of this music has published critical editions of Quantz’s chamber music, and her playing on the transverse flute is pretty fantastic, too.” – Music Web International
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“The Hungaroton performances . . . are uniformly first-rate.” – InfoDad.com
You asked for it and we listened! By popular demand, Providence Tango is hosting a brand new MUSIC AND MOVEMENT workshop all about ENDINGS by Mary Oleskiewicz of M&M Tango.
This material has never been offered before, and to our knowledge its the only series of its kind. Mary has just returned from five weeks of intensive tango study in Buenos Aires, and she is brimming with new energy, ideas, and inspiration to share with you.
Followers: Ever have a leader take one step too many at the end of a tango, and then apologize? Leaders: Ever wish there was a way to predict the end of the song? Or, do you usually know when the song is about to end, but wish you had some way to end the dance more musically?
If you said yes to any of of these questions, then these workshops are for you! In a series of four 2-hour classes, we will progressively train your ears to recognize and predict the end of the song, as well as provide both leaders and followers with tips and skills to end the dance both musically and gracefully. Remember! It takes TWO to tango.
For pricing and to register click here (series discount available). Drop-ins welcome.
Private lessons available before and after the workshop. Please contact Mary (MandMTango@gmail.com) or Steven Spura.
Directions to Pawtucket Armory
Take 95 South to exit 29- “downtown Pawtucket”. Take first right onto Fountain Street. Continue straight at STOP sign. Turn right onto Exchange St. Armory is on right.
Take 95 North to exit 29- “Broadway/Cottage St”. Take sharp left towards Broadway (going over 95). Turn right onto Exchange St. Armory is on right.
Free parking is available along Exchange and Fountain Streets, in designated public lots on Broadway and Roosevelt, and behind the Armory. Parking along Tollman School is possible when the school is out of session.
Mary Oleskiewicz (flute), Francisco “Pancho” Navarro (guitar), and Sergio Reyes (violin)
On Saturday, Aug. 23, The Stowe Tango Festival is featuring a musical “Tango Trail.” Our trio will be performing music of the Guardia Vieja as the first stop on the trail. Attending the series of Tango Trail concerts is FREE. The concerts will take place in different venues around the village of Stowe, VT, and each represents a different stage in the history of tango. The concerts will be followed by a grand milonga that evening.
For more information, click here.
More about Francisco Navarro, click here.
The American Bach Society has issued a call for submissions for volume 11 of Bach Perspectives, to be edited by Mary Oleskiewicz. To have a paper considered for inclusion, submission in the form of a completed essay is due Sept. 1, 2014.
The volume will contain a selection of scholarly essays on various topics surrounding the sons of J.S. Bach, which was the topic of the society’s conference held at Kenyon College in May 2014.