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Visit us next at Falucho/Chelsea's holiday milonga on Tuesday, Dec. 10, at Arte Cafe.


FALUCHO HOLIDAY EVENT
An evening of joy and celebration!
Doors open at 5:30
Enjoy an early dinner or warm-up at the practica
before the class. Happy hours till 7 pm

JAVIER SANCHEZ QUARTET
JAVIER SANCHEZ (Bandoneon)
SERGIO REYES (violin)
MARTHA KATO (piano)
ANDREW ROITSTEIN (Bass)
About the Quartet
Created and directed by Javier Sanchez, its main objective is to play arrangements of the golden age of tango specifically with dancers in mind, in tandas of 3 with cortinas. The bandoneon takes the principal role in this group as the main characteristic associated with tango, bringing a sense on intimacy and warmth to the dance.

CLASS 6:45-7:30 PM
ANDRES BRAVO
DJ CHARRUA TANGO
-And a surprise performance :-)
Milonga: 7:30-11:30 pm

PRE-FIX HOLIDAY MENU
$45 (Includes Champagne toast)
Our Chef REGINALDO BERTOSI is moving to MILONGA FALUCHO'S private room for a "PASTA ON SITE" event!

Watch how your order is being rolled and cut in front of your eyes! Appetizer: insalata mista or zuppa/ main course: we are offering a choice of a pasta dish, three to chose from, chicken or salmon/ Dessert: tiramisu or chocolate mousse

If you need a table make your reservation today!
(only 40 for table seating)
renee.rouger@gmail.com or by FB message
If you are coming to dance beautiful tandas but don’t need a table there is plenty of space available for seating around the dance floor. Just remember we are on a restaurant setting: enjoy a cocktail or your favorite drink while dancing beautiful tandas.

Admission $20 in advance
www.PayPal.me/DivaNY
$25 at the door
Hosted by RENÉE ROUGER

ARTE CAFE-191 7th Avenue/Chelsea-Italian Cuisine-


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