7–8/Sep : Special workshop “Maxi and Maxi” — Mucsicality

Spe­cial work­shop by Max­i­m­il­iano Diaz Yah­nel and Maz­i­m­il­iano Gytano Paradiso!

Learn about Musi­cal­ity with Dou­ble Maxi!

Date and Time

7th Sep­tem­ber 2010 : 19:30 to 20:30 Musi­cal­ity I
8th Sep­tem­ber 2010 : 19:30 to 20:30 Musi­cal­ity II

Face­book  event page is here

Work­shop fee

1 les­son 3,500 yen
2 lessons 6,000 yen

Advanced book­ing is required, please con­tact us for booking.


Max­i­m­il­iano Diaz Yahnel

Max­i­m­il­iano Diaz Yah­nel is a dancer and teacher of Argen­tine tango and folk­lore. Max­i­m­il­iano comes from a gen­er­a­tion which had the oppor­tu­nity to learn tango with great and famous dancers and teach­ers like Pepito Avel­laneda, Eduardo Arquimbau.

Than Max­i­m­il­ian was learn­ing with Roberto Her­rera, Eduardo Cap­pussi, Gus­tavo Naveira, Mar­i­ano Chi­cho Frum­boli. As dancer and teacher he cre­ates a per­sonal fusion of ori­gen and present of this won­der­ful dance.

Maximiliano’s style of danc­ing and teach­ing is marked by a per­sonal kind of impro­vi­sa­tion and his con­stant search for new ways.

Max­i­m­il­iano Gytano Paradiso

One of the owner of Cafetin De Buenos Aires.

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Max­i­m­il­iano grew up sur­rounded by tango, and stud­ied with some of the most
impor­tant teach­ers and per­form­ers, such as Nito & Elba, Omar Vega, los Dinzel, Pablo Veron, Mauri­cio Cas­tro, becom­ing later an assis­tant to most of his teach­ers and accred­ited intruc­tor of tango dis­cov­ery system.

He has per­formed and taught in some of the most impor­tant tango events around the world, includ­ing the New York Tango Fes­ti­val and the National Tango Day in Argentina, the Hol­ly­wood Bowl with the Los Ange­les Phi­lar­monic Orches­tra, at the Bass Per­for­mance Hall of Fort Worth, Texas, at the Costa Mesa Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, and at the Lin­coln Cen­ter Insti­tute, NYC, and many others.

Trav­el­ing around the world to many coun­tries in Europe , Asia and Amer­ica , cre­at­ing a real bond with stu­dents because of the ludic (based on play­ing and dis­cov­er­ing the self expression)way of teach­ing . taught Richard gere for the movie shall we dance.

And other screen stars as tommy chong. He stud­ied ori­en­tal phi­los­o­phy, ora­tory and pub­lic rela­tions , pnl , med­i­ta­tion, chi kung and other type of dance move­ments and tech­niques, includ­ing con­tact impro­vi­sa­tion , these tools ‚can take stu­dents in a play­ful and no com­pet­i­tive atmos­phere to a bet­ter and deeper under­stand­ing of the tango and himself.

posted by : Cafetin

First Argen­tine mul­ti­space with Art , music , Argen­tine tango and latin Dance (salsa , bachata ‚merengue reg­gae­ton ‚samba de gafieira )food & enter­tain­ment in Osaka & Japan. カフェティン・デ・ブエノスアイレスは2008年1月に大阪北区OPENしたお店です。アルゼンチンシェフのレシピ料理(予約制)をはじめ各種ドリンクを取り揃えて、スタッフ一同皆様を心からお待ちしております。 オープンから2年あまり、お陰様で色々な国々から様々な職業のお客様にご来店頂き、賑やかで楽しい雰囲気のお店になりました。今後とも新しい交流の場としてカフェティンを皆様で盛り上げて頂ければ幸いです。

2 Responses to “7–8/Sep : Special workshop “Maxi and Maxi” — Mucsicality”

  1. but I thought you could tell me how to do that!! ;-)

  2. Hello, I found your blog in a new direc­tory of blogs. I don’t know how your blog came up, must have been a typo. Your blog looks good, have a nice day.

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