No One Taught Me To Tango
Anglo-Argentinean Memoir by Trevor Grove
Sometimes my past seems a bit unreal! Especially when I read about it in other people’s books and memoirs! Trevor Grove is a best-selling author and a renowned journalist, who was an editor of the Sunday Telegraph. Ok, his portrait of me is rather generous and kind..
Falmouth Milonga & Workshop
Saturday 26th November 7:30 – 11:00pm
With music by our old friend DJ Os – all the way from the far Buenos Aires! AND a special workshop by me on Dynamic stability / Dynamic Structure
BBC radio Cornwall interview
I spoke to Julie Skentelbery about my childhood memories, tango and my artistic practice, as well as about living on a boat.
Cornwall Live Article
I spoke to Greg Martin about how I left Sarajevo just before the outbreak of war, and discovered tango, shamanism, Cornwall and my houseboat Floatee.
Stokie’s Alt-Tango Weekender
Despite a two year pandemic delay, this weekender was a great success! Delighted to have been a part of it, I can’t wait to hear whats next at the fabulous Stokie’s!
The Dance of Exile
Read here an article I wrote for the Re-inventing Home online magazine about my journey away from and to home.
Tango – Ecstatic Flight Through the Senses
Preparing to dance, I reach out with my sense-antennas. I scan the distance, listening through my body. I smell, I observe and I notice. I gently touch my partner. We get closer.
The simplest yet most profound form of our human journey is one of Love.
Magical and indescribable, often misconstrued, oppressed, secret and untapped, but mostly passionate, beautiful, sensual, sexual and essential. Love is a myriad of faces, in one.