Tango at SF Museum of Performance & Design

Tango & More, a non-profit group dedicated to bringing tango to school children and the world, in collaboration with the San Francisco Museum of Performance & Design presents:

“Tango: An Argentine Love Story”
“An Evening with Author Camille Cusumano”

She dreamed of Buenos Aires and living the sensuous tango life . . . Camille Cusumano, San Francisco resident, did just that. She can tell you about her experiences on which she based her memoir “Tango: An Argentine Love Story” and about the new book she’s writing, Get Tango, Dance your way to happiness. The evening’s program includes a reception, reading by the author, tango dance presentation, and a free tango mini-lesson.

WHEN: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 7 PM
WHERE: Veterans Building, Fourth Floor
401 Van Ness Avenue #402
San Francisco, CA 94102,

$10 general admission / $8 MPD members
Reservations: (415) 255-4800

Books available for sale

Watch Camille dance with a street tanguero in Buenos Aires’ La Boca, one of the barrios where tango orginated:

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