Argentine Tango School

Argentine Tango video tutorials

Review the concepts worked at your group class and private lessons, or prepare yourself before you take classes in person. Please contact us if you have any questions at marcelo@escuelatangoba.com

Marcelo Solis dancing by himself

Practice by yourself

Start here

Before dancing with a partner you must be able to dance by yourself.

Marcelo Solis Argentine Tango classes beginner level.

Beginner classes

After practicing by yourself

You'll be ready to start learning your first Argentine Tango patterns.

Marcelo Solis Argentine Tango classes intermediate level.

Intermediate classes

Learn more movements

Technical details, exercises and drills to make you a great dancer.

Marcelo Solis Argentine Tango classes advanced level.

Advanced classes

You learn the most important

Argentine Tango is a living art and culture of Buenos Aires.

Miranda Lindelow teaches follower's technique

Follower's technique

Details to improve

To follow is fundamentally to dance as a couple.

Marcelo Solis and Miranda Lindelow dancing in San Francisco

Tango is more

It is life

Tango is the commitment to make your life a work of art.

Marcelo Solis dancing Argentine Tango with Sofia

Private lessons

In-person and 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.

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