Two classes on every Monday:
- Beginners Level - 7pm
- Improvers Level - 8.15pm
NOTE: Please book your place in advance as we are unable to accept Drop-ins (sorry!) due to the restrictions under Alert Level 2.
About The Tango
Argentine Tango is a culture and necessity – particularly in the hearts of Buenos Aires and Montevideo. Tango became a symbol that reflected the music and folk’s way of living and emerged in the 19th Century. This style of dancing is social and unique in the genre of music.
The beauty of Argentine Tango is in its improvisation; there is no set sequence or steps to follow; and we dance with different partners all the time. No two tango dances are ever the same.
We only teach the Argentine Tango as you would see and dance in Buenos Aires milongas (social dance), Argentina. Our passion is to introduce this captivating and beautiful dance to everyone in Auckland.
Our classes are fun and informal with focus on technique, musicality and developing partnership; to cover the basics and give you the confidence to dance socially with anyone at a Milonga.
As Argentine Tango isn’t built around learning rigid steps or sequences, it’s both great fun and relaxing especially after a tough day of studying or working. It’s also a great form of exercise both physically and mentally; a fantastic way to meet people and make new friends.
For all enquiries, please email us (email@example.com) or we'll see you soon!
Argentine Tango - Beginners & Improvers Classes
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The evening starts with the musical welcome by a guest musician at 8 pm. Then poetry night starts by a guest poet at 9pm.
What next? The stage is all yours.
All you need to do is let the staff member know you are keen to go on the stage.