Let’s Dance Tango…

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Watch this Video of two of the world’s top tango dancers in Buenos Aires performing to a live tango band

Tango is For Everyone

“those who say that you can’t tango if you are not Argentine are mistaken. Tango was an immigrant music… so it does not have a nationality. Its only passport is feeling.”
Carlos Gavito

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Tango Does Not discriminate. If you Have Been touched by the Music You can explore the Dance

Find a teacher you respect, watch tangos on recorded and live, study the old and the new, listen to different orchestras and styles and read all you can find about this magic dance and its culture. 

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Find a Teacher

Searching on the internet will turn up a number of tango teachers. There is no central directory of tango teachers and no course or diploma for professionally qualified tango teachers. We’ve put together a list of questions you can ask before you take a class.

Listen to tango music

You don’t need to buy CDs to listen to tango you will find tangos on Itunes, Spotify and Youtube – and there is a tango radio online.

Go to Milongas and tango Concerts

At a Milonga (a tango dance night) you can watch other dancers, learn more about the tango scene and listen to the music.
A live performance of a tango orchestra or band is a whole new experience.

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