Tango Por Dos - 'La Historia'
By Stuart Sweeney - June 16, 2006, Peacock Theatre, London
For glamour, sensuous movement and fast footwork, Argentine tango is tough to beat. For the past 17 years, Tango Por Dos have been the main purveyors to London audiences..
Compania Vientos del Sur: Futbol Tango - 'Pasiones - Tango y Musical'
By Rosella Simonari - March 19, 2005, Teatro Pergolesi, Jesi (Acona), Italy
The Vientos del Sur Company from Buenos Aires, Argentina, has completely captured the audience's attention in their re-working of the traditional form of tango.
Eva Yerbabuna and Ballet Flamenco: Flamenco Festival
By Preeti Vasudevan - January 29, 2005, City Center, New York
A promising storyteller, Eva’s opening solo with a Gramophone was reminiscent of generations of artists using the music to live each moment of liberation that the music and dance has to offer
Forever Tango: An Extravaganza of pasión
By Mary Ellen Hunt - December 29, 2004, Post Street Theater, San Francisco
Nuevo Ballet Espagnol - 'Flamenco Directo': Direct from the Heart
By Annie Wells - October 13, 2004, Peacock Theatre, London
Jaleo Flamenco - 'The Art of Seduction'
By Elizabeth Schwyzer - September 16, 2004, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
Tango por Dos - 'Tangos - A Legend'
By Patrizia Vallone - February 2004, Rome
Rafael Amargo - 'Poeta en Nueva York'
By Emma Pegler - September 2003, Teatro Albeniz, Madrid
Paco Peña - 'Flamenco in Concert'
By Toba Singer - February 21, 2003, Marin Center, San Rafael, California
Flamenco Festival USA: Farruquito and Juana Amaya
By Mary Ellen Hunt - February 15, 2003, Zellerbach Hall, Berkeley, California
Eva Yerbabuena - 'Eva'
By Emma Pegler - July 9-14, 2002, Sadler's Wells, London
La Cuadra de Sevilla - 'Carmen'
By Emma Pegler - February 2002, Sadler's Wells, London
Tango por Dos - 'Una Noche De Tangos'
By Stuart Sweeney - April 2000, London
Hola Sara! A Journey with Sara de Luis
By Dean Speer - Summer 2003, Seattle
An Interview with Elvira Andrés
By Stuart Sweeney - June 2003, London
The wonderful thing about the film is that it is completely authentic, just as would happen in a theatre.