TE SIENTO - the book of ZOTTO
Presentation to the Catania Tango Festival public of "Te Siento" the book by Miguel Angel Zotto and Daiana Guspero:
MONDAY 13 AUGUST 6:00 pm - Sala Syrah, Romano Palace Hotel
Introduces: Elena Alberti President of Caminito Tango Catania
Authors' intervention: Miguel Angel Zotto and Daiana Guspero
Coordinates: Giovanna Russo
From the world icon of tango, a book that tells an extraordinary life through the most sensual dance of all time.
Zotto, elected in Argentina by popular vote one of the best tango dancers ever, tells us a fascinating and singular point of view on the topic of relationships.
Not only dance, but also love and life. "Te siento" tells the extraordinary life of its author but also endless curiosity about the universe of tango. And when the art of the most sensual dance is combined with the experience of life, one can only discover a unique and fascinating point of view on the topic of relationships.
The cornerstone of the book is what tango can teach us about masculine and feminine, in a world where men and women seek new arrangements for relationships
"The tango is not male, it is a couple, no popular dance reaches the same level of communication between the bodies: emotion, energy, breathing, embrace, palpitation."
It all starts with a look. A boy, not even eighteen, in a milonga in Buenos Aires, sees a beautiful and mysterious woman dancing a tango: invites her, and from that moment is captured, body and soul, by the most sensual and passionate dance.
He will make his art, his profession, his life. That boy is Miguel Ángel Zotto, considered a living legend of tango.
In "Te siento" the story of Zotto's extraordinary life - from a popular barrio to stages all over the world - is intertwined with the history of Argentine tango and its most beloved protagonists, but also with many technical secrets and amusing anecdotes related to this dance. And when the art of the most sensual dance is combined with the experience of life, one can only discover a unique and fascinating point of view on the relationships of the couple.
Because if it is true that men and women come from different planets, when they meet on a track and tie in a tango embrace they discover a new, universal language: to communicate, to rediscover the warmth of human contact, to recover a more authentic relationship and deep with themselves and with each other.