TANGO PROJECT

Inspired by the ideas of what is Tango made of, with its close embraces, the small steps and syncopated rhythmic body work, incorporating ideas like movement, sound and visual elements that vary in timing, speed and character that do not follow a single rhythm. The Tango is led and follows at the level of individual steps, buddies become instruments, the partners do not dance the same part as a mirror, they can lead with other elements what will results in new fascinating combinations.Reflex ensemble's latest performance of The Tango Project continues to bring to life an ongoing quest for new ways of worldwide communications. 

 

The endless interpretations of the Tango First which is written in an invisible score method technique (using earphones triggers) is formatting a new body of works all collaborations of different mediums such as Tango Second for interactive video and cellist. The Tango project was created by composer and artist Keren Rosenbaum is based on an ongoing documentaries of The original score Tango First. 

 

TANTO FIRST is an open platform score, composed with the Invisible score method reinvented again and again and adjusted to the different medium that join to perform it. 

 

since April 2011 The Tango Project has been invited to participate in international concerts and exhibitions. The musicologist and composer Theresa Sauer presented the invisible score in her Notations 21 Artist Lab Project and later in the bookEuropean debut during the MCN Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition. Keren Rosenbaum, John Kannenberg, and Collin McRae will join the Dutch scene for a series of events at Kulter., Orgelpark, Glazenhuis & Skybox and touring with renowned opera singer Noa Frenkel.

  

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