Cynthia + Toto’s Victoria Schedule

Victoria is lucky to welcome Argentine maestros Cynthia Fattori + Ernesto ‘Toto’ Terri for a weekend packed with dancing and learning.  It’s a mini marathon right in our own backyard!

Friday Aug 24th

Cafe Casablanca  (2524 Bridge St.)

  • Class 7 pm “Dancing with Connection and Comfort”
  • Milonga 8 pm- 11:30
  • DJ John Dewhirst
  • Cost $25 for class and milonga/$12 milonga only

Saturday Aug 25th

Tango in the Square 6:30-8:30 pm @ Centennial Square

  • Free event!
  • Sneak Peak Performance: Pointe Tango Company
  • Tango Demo from: Cynthia Fattori and Ernesto “Toto” Terri
  •  Open Dance floor with music selection from guest DJ: Jorge Olguin (Argentina)

Milonga La Calesita  9-12:30 pm @ Eastern Star Hall (3281 Harriet Rd)

  • Special Performances from: Cynthia Fattori and Ernesto “Toto” Terri (Argentina)
  • Special music from Guest DJ: Jorge Olguin (Argentina)
  • $10 entry

Sunday August 26th 

Group Workshops @ Eastern Star Hall (3281 Harriet Rd)

  • 2-3:20 pm “Musicality and the Magic of the Pause”
  • 3:40-5 pm “It’s all about the Axis: maintaining balance and control of your axis while keeping connection with your partner”
  • classes are for All levels
  • cost $25 each or $40 for both workshops

Tango in the Park @ Beaconhill Park Stage Bandshell

  • Free outdoor milonga 6-9 pm
  • DJ Eric

Private Lessons :

Cynthia and Toto will be available for limited private lessons. You can book personalized 1/2 hour, 1 hour or 1 1/2 hour lessons with them $100/hr one teacher or $140/hr both teachers
(price is the same for 1 or 2 students)

For inquiries contact
Jeannie Kam 250 881 0829 /
or Kelly Henderson 250 380 0996 /

About the Maestros:

Cynthia and Toto are the creators and directors of the show “AMADOR”, a tango show that combines elements of circus and folklore. As choreographers and teachers they are  distinguished by their creativity, musicality and diversity both on the dance floor and in performance. Each of them have an experience of more than 20 years. Their art, their dance and all their work expresses a deep sincerity and loyalty regarding the origins of tango, circus and folklore. For them, their work is an expression of freedom, Argentine roots and their philosophy of life. They teach in English, French and Spanish