Join Graham as he talks to people from and connected to the wider dance community, about what they do during a normal year and about how 2020 has affected them and their connection to the rest of their groups.
Traditional tango music, advice for tango dancers, and more.
Graham talks to Adrian and Christine (or should that be Christine and Adrian?) about the tango classes and events that they would normally be running every week, and finds out a few things about traditional tango music on the way.
In Conversation about the effect of 2020 on Swansea tango
Graham talks to Chris and Alison of Urban Tango Nights in Swansea about what they do in a normal year and what they have been doing in 2020 since the pandemic disrupted the whole of the dance world. Urban Tango Nights have found some creative solutions to dancing at a distance, including virtual teaching and milongas over zoom.
Graham and John talk about the effect 2020 is having on dance
In the first of this new series of In Conversation programmes, Graham talks to John Howard of B.E.R.S.E.R.K. (Blues Enthusiasts Resident in the South East Region of Kent) about how the pandemic of 2020 has affected the dance world, and what they have been doing since the start of lockdown to stay connected.
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