About our Argentine Tango 4-week introductory series

Marcelo Solis teaches introductory Argentine Tango classes
If you are planning to purchase a new device, a telephone, a new computer, or a new car, or even a house, you would probably try to educate yourself about what’s offered on the market, searching the internet, and also going to stores and open houses to see in person and listen to what salespeople have to say, and ask them questions.
With these actions, you educate yourself to make the best possible choice.
You might also prefer to save time and go ahead with your purchase, trusting the reputation of a known trademark, or from your own experience using other devices.
 
For instance, when I purchase a new computer, I always prefer the same brand that I have used for many years, so I don’t need to fully research all the options, since I trust that company.

This saves time.

On the other hand, if what you plan to buy is a house, you will need more time for research and visits to open houses since houses are not as standardized as smartphones, computers, and cars.
And what if you are going to purchase something that is even less standardized, like Argentine Tango lessons?
What I mean is that there is not much available information that can explain to you what Tango is, since what Tango is cannot be explained solely by words, not even with words and images, and not even through videos.
The only way to know what Tango is is doing Tango.
That is why in our classes we educate you about what Tango is.
 
Private lessons are a great way to educate yourself about what Tango is, its profound beauty, and the joy of achieving new goals by continually overcoming new challenges.
 
Alternatively, we offer a 4-week introductory course on Argentine Tango.
 
In our introductory course, we share our own experience, knowledge, and passion for Tango with you.
We would also like to hear about what brought you to Tango.

In our introductory classes you will learn:

  1. How to use your body efficiently with good posture.
  2. How to listen to Tango music and move to the cadence.
  3. Basic elements of the dance, footwork, and technique.
  4. How to maintain a good connection with your dance partner that facilitates moving together.
  5. A sequence of steps that you can use to start dancing Argentine Tango. 
We provide you with resources to aid your learning process: music, videos, and articles with information about Argentine Tango. We are always open to your questions.
We firmly believe that there is no better way to spend our time than dancing Tango.

We invite you to find out why.

Marcelo Solis dancing Argentine Tango with Sofia

Private lessons

Virtual lessons available
In private lessons our goal is to share with you the powerful and profound beauty of Tango, as it is a jewel that needs to be passed as part of the best of our human nature.
 
During private lessons we focus on:
  • Good, relaxed posture.
  • Awareness about your body, surrounding space, and your partner's presence.
  • A nice embrace that connects you to your dance partner.
  • Musical sense: how to listen to Tango music.
  • Moving interpreting the music:
    • Walking.
    • Walking with your partner.
    • Pausing.
    • Changing weight.
  • Footwork and technique.
  • Basic Argentine Tango patterns.
  • More complex patterns and combinations.

Lessons are 50 minutes long and will be booked after payment is received.

Neither group classes nor private lessons alone will make you a good dancer.

You need both.
  • If you take only private lessons, you make Tango a private relationship with your maestro, which is not enough to understand what is Tango, and make you a milonguero/a.
  • If you only take group classes, you are not going to get deep enough into the fine details and the profundity of Tango to make you a good dancer.
To dance Tango you must be a good dancer.

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