Tangopura presents: Music workshop by DJ Antti Suniala 24 April

Dj Antti Suniala

 

The team at Tangopura is happy to partner with world-renowned Tango DJ Antti Suniala to conduct a special music workshop on 24 April, Sunday, 4.30pm – 6pm at Tangopura.

Topic – 100 Ways To Finish A Song

In this music workshop, we go through some structure and phrases of Tango music, focusing on two orchestras like Miguel Calo and Ricardo Tanturi. We will first study how Calo and Tanturi finish their songs. We then practise a few different sequences of fancy ways to finish a song and hit those last notes perfectly

This workshop is open to all levels.

Date: 24 April Sunday
Time: 4.30pm – 6pm
Venue: Tangopura (10 Winstedt Road #01-11)
Fee: $30 for online registration and payment via ibanking (Posb Savings 170-27409-1)
Fee: $35 for walk-in

Register Here!

About DJ Antti Suniala

DJ Antti Suniala (Finland) has almost two decades of experience as a DJ and a performing artist, and for the Tango world he is best known for his weekly Tango blog “Tanda of the Week”. He’s a regular highlight of milongas and festivals around the world and has played in places like Buenos Aires, Moscow, Berlin, Rome, Kiev, Odessa, Vienna, Singapore and Tokyo.

Antti Suniala began DJ’ing hip hop, soul and funk in 1995, collecting records and perfecting his mixing skills on the turntables. Since 2000 he has worked as a world class fire circus artist, but after being introduced to the music and dancing of Argentine Tango, he also returned to his first love – this time as a Tango DJ.

His selection of music celebrates the virtuoso orchestras, the greatest singers and the true passion of tango, and it is catered to the dancers needs, encouraging them to express their emotions and musicality through the dance. You can expect to hear some of most danceable traditional Tango music from the late 1930’s to the late 1950’s and especially Troilo, Di Sarli, D’Arienzo, Calo, Laurenz, Biagi and Pugliese. 

Antti Suniala has the privilege to work as an ambassador DJ for the TangoVia Buenos Aires organization and the TangoTunes digital tango store, promoting their work in saving every Tango ever recorded and playing some true rare masterpieces from their unique collection.