Milongas and Balls

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Milongas and Balls


Stepping out milongas

These are generally held on the first Thursday of the month but not always, check the dates below so you're not disappointed.

8:00 - 11:00


The Dates For 2019 are

3rd January, 7th February, 7th March, 11th April, 2nd May, 6th June, 11th July, 1st August, 5th September, 3rd October, 7th November and 5th December.



Royal British Legion Club, Grove Avenue, Wilmslow, SK9 5EG



£6 (£5 con)

Summer Milonga Friday 9th August 7:00 - 11:30

Live Music - Joe Powers (Harmonica) and Naoko Aoki (Piano)

DJ - Mike Thomson


£15 (£12 con)

Royal British Legion Club, Grove Avenue, Wilmslow, SK9 5EG

Harmonica virtuoso Joe Powers and pianist, composer, arranger Naoko Aoki, have been electrifying audiences around the world from Paris to Tokyo, and San Francisco to Buenos Aires where they met in 2007. Powers has been featured with Electro-Tango bands: Otros Aires, Tanghetto, and Narcotango and has collaborated with renowned maestros including; Nicolás Ledesma, Emilio de la Peña, Horacio Cabarcos, Raúl Luzzi, and Pablo Motta. Aoki is the director of Japan’s premier Tango ensemble, "Orquesta Aurora" and served as the principal pianist for over two years at "La Orquesta Escuela Emilio Balcarce” in Buenos Aires.  In 2014 the duo released their first joint CD called “Jacaranda En Flor”. Their vast repertoire includes traditional Argentine Tango for dancing, Nuevo Tango/Piazzolla, and their own original compositions. More information at and

Autumn Ball 8:00 – 11:30
DJ – Mike Thomson, Light Buffet
Dance Performance from Jenny and Ricardo


£15 (£13 conc)

Ball Venue
Wilmslow Parish Hall, Cliff Road, Wilmslow, SK9 4AA

Dress Code: Smart, Sliver and Black.


For those of you who are new to Tango and wondering what a 'Milonga' means, in this context it is describing an evening of dancing.


At our Milongas we play mainly traditional Music. Music is organised in 'tandas' (groups) of 3 or 4 songs that are sympathetic to each other in style and era separated by a 'cortina'. Our cortinas are generally a short marked silence as we want tandas to flow and work with each other.


Though the evening we organise our tandas following the common pattern of 2 tandas of tango, then one tanda of Vals, followed by 2 more of tango, then one tanda of milonga (in this contex it means rhythmical music). The pattern then repeats (T,T,V,T,T,M,T.T,V,T,T,M, etc.)