A montage of Brett and Jenny teaching and dancing as well as examples
of their choreography
and Jennifer - "Recuerdo"
Traditional tango piece for shows, competitions and other performances.
and Jenny - "Auld
Brett and Jenny dancing to the beautiful and delicate "Auld Lang
Syne" for the New Year's Even Gala Night celebrations at the 2012-2013
Salsa Mambo Festival in Palm Springs, CA. The slow and peaceful dance
is meant to inspire the feelings of a memory of love and devotion throughout
the years, and then ultimately loss as time marches on.
and Jennifer - "Malajunta"
Brett and Jennifer are dedicated to serving the community and routinely
donate their time to educational events at local schools. In Spring 2010
Brett and Jennifer presented a "History of Tango" lesson to
500 sixth and seventh graders at Oxford Academy in Orange County, CA.
The presentation was part of Latin American Heritage Month and included
discussions of the development of tango from early times to the present,
culture of Argentina, and several dance demonstrations and performances.
and Jennifer - "China
Brett and Jennifer are often contracted for performances that are not
"traditional." In this case they were asked to perform an Argentine
Tango for the Chinese New Year Luncheon at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab in
Pasadena, CA on Feb 3, 2011. Since it was for a luncheon they decided
to have a good time with the choreography and theme. Jennifer is a Doll,
dressed in a traditional Chinese gown, and Brett is the new owner. The
new owner initially has some trouble with his new dancing toy. She doesn't
seem to work properly to his first two music choices. He decides to take
a moment and read the user's manual. In the end, when Fracanapa comes
on the doll begins to dance.
and Jennifer - "Tango
Brett and Jennifer also enjoy mixing it up and dancing to non-traditional
tango songs such as "Tango to Evora." This is a romantic song
and they are enacting a love story: guy finds girl, they start to fall
for each other and in the end things get red-hot and steamy.
This is also a great example of the type of choreography that works well
for Wedding First Dances, it's beautiful and delicate and shows the connection
between the couple.
Brett and Jennifer are known for their intricate and inspiring group formation
choreography. Their choreography has been performed throughout CA at such
events as National
Dance Week and the Tango
Mundo Tango Festival in Palm Springs 2010 (one performance shown to
If you'd like to audition for or train to become a member of their newest
performance troupe TANGROUPE - SoCal email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or
call Brett at 714-932-1047.
with a Purpose- "Deseo"
Brett and Jennifer had the opportunity to work with dancers not trained
in Argentine Tango and teach them about this passionate dance. These young
dancers learned this routine in only 9 short weeks, with the female dancers
having no tango training prior to rehearsals. It was a challenge for Brett
and Jennifer but it was well worth it to work with such dedicated and