Villa La Rogaia has been offering creative holidays in Italy since 1999 being one of the first organizers in Europe organizing Tango holidays.
Even 2011 La Rogaia offers a wide selection of Tango workshops, from Tango beginners courses up to Master Classes for professional dancers.
The organizers of La Rogaia in 2011 succeeded once again to bring internationally renowned Tango instructors to Italy.
Among them are Ricky Barrios und Laura Melo from Buenos Aires (April 16 to 23 2011, Easter 2011), Joseba & Bakartxo from San Sebastian (September 10 to 17, 2011) and tango legend Brigitta Winkler (May 14 to 21, 2011) from Berlin, Europes Tango capital.
A special highlight will be the Musikality Workshop with Steve and Debbie Morrall from Great Britain (May 7 to 14, 2011). Being not only a dancer but also a tango musician (playing bandoneon and piano), Steve Morrall will share his profound knowledge of the secrets of tango music.
Last not least the beginners and improvers classes with Wolfgang Sandt enjoy ever growing popularity. His approach of “Forget the basic step, and dance” has brought relief to many dancers who have been frustrated by trying to memorize useless sequences of steps, which they could never apply on a full dance floor.
What makes tango holidays in La Rogaia really special are the familiar atmosphere and the lessons in small groups where the students really profit.
The big number of regular guests who come back to La Rogaia every year gives prove that the special atmosphere La Rogaia offers is well appreciated by those who love to combine Tango Argentino and relaxing holidays in Italy.
La Rogaia offers special early bird prices for the Tango holidays 2011.
If you book a La Rogaia Tango holiday until November 30, 2010 you still can profit from La Rogaia´s early booking prices.
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Villa La Rogaia is an agriturismo and organic farm situated near Lago Trasimeno in Umbria, Italy. It offers holiday apartments and a variety of special events for example picking your own high quality organic olive oil at the olive harvest, or a truffle hunt, as well as creative and art classes, such as painting, sculpting with stone, dancing Argentine Tango and Salsa, cooking, learning italian language, and many others.