Tango maratHon in Paris
Next departure from February 22th to 24th of 2019
After a long journey through the cosmos, the CTHP crew is now really happy to announce that our next departure will be from February 22th to 24th of 2019 !
Since our last trip, an artificial satellite has been launched in low OL orbit that we could observe what is happening out there when tango dancers left the place.
And we have to say that the first shots reveal some really strange things…
We’re not still absolutely sure about their exact nature so the international scientific community orderded us to keep such information under seal of confidentiality.
But we think that tango community should know what’s happening and may be able to help understanding those phenomena.
We’re now able to share some fresh news recently captured by our satellite listening device.
So be in the starting block, because we’ve heard that registration will open on this page on october 20th 8pm CET !
Save the dates !
Website: Philippe Gauthier
Graphism: Pascal Bauret
Dancing area : 200m2 of wooden floor - Ceiling height : 9,35m - 180 dancers expected
Originally built in 1930 by the Chambre Syndicale Typographique Parisienne in 1937 in order to hold its general meetings, this room was, perhaps presciently, inaugurated by the Colonne Orchestra in 1937.
Later, the firm Philips settled here during 50 years to record the great names of French song : Jacques Brel (Ne me quittes pas), Serge Gainsbourg (Le poinçonneur des Lilas), Barbara (Göttingen) Juliette Greco (La javanaise) and so many others.
For 3 days, the Otra Luna will come down on this beautiful place and we hope you'll be here to experiment it's effect on your tango.
For those three days of full Moon ride (from Friday the 22nd of February at 18:30 until Sunday the 24th at 22:00) we will have on board great stars of music mastering!
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