On Friday evening, I celebrated a friend’s graduation. She just defended her master’s thesis on Thursday and received a 10, the highest mark possible in the Lithuanian grading system. It was a beautiful, warm summer evening. We took a stroll through Old Town and through the park along the Vilnelė river, had a glass of wine and went to the free Polish Tango concert in the Vilnius Picture Gallery courtyard. You are probably thinking what I was thinking — “Polish tango?” These guys may come from northern Europe but they have Argentinean musical souls. Ladies and gentlemen….the Tangata Quintet.
June 4, 2011
Polish Tango on a Summer Evening
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