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Argentine Tango classes for beginners: When is the new series starting?

Argentine Tango classes for beginners: When is the new series starting?

Our 4-week introductory program for new students is starting on April 30, 2021, and every consecutive Friday at 7 pm PST.

Do to current situation, these are virtual classes only.

  • You’ll receive a link and a password for your classes after registering.
4-week introductory program for one $60 Purchase and register 25% off
4-week introductory program for a couple $100 Purchase and register 25% off
  • After purchasing our classes, please contact us to be registered in our next 4-week series.

Argentine Tango Masters Miranda Lindelow and Marcelo Solis

We share with you our own experience, knowledge, and passion for Tango.

We would also like to hear about what brought you to Tango.
 
In these classes you will learn:
  1. How to use your body efficiently with good posture.
  2. How to listen and move to Tango music.
  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. 

Do you have questions? Let us know.

We firmly believe that there is no better way to spend our time than dancing Tango.

We invite you to find out why…

Purchase and register 25% off

Do you already dance Tango and want to improve?

We also teach intermediate students.

Join our intermediate level classes

Marcelo Solis dancing Argentine Tango with Sofia

Private lessons

Virtual lessons available

In private lessons, our goal is to share with you the powerful beauty of Tango:

  • Good, relaxed posture.
  • Awareness about your body, space, and partner.
  • Musicality.
  • Footwork and technique.
  • Basic Argentine Tango patterns.
  • More complex patterns and combinations.

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"El irresistible", Argentine Tango music sheet cover.

“El irresistible” by Juan D’Arienzo y su Orquesta Típica, 1936.

“El irresistible” by Juan D’Arienzo y su Orquesta Típica, 1936.

Lorenzo Logatti

Clarinetist and composer (7 November 1872 – 19 March 1961)

He was born in Foggia, Italy, and was a clarinetist and composer. His father, a professional musician, taught him his first lessons. Later, he continued his studies with other teachers and joined bands and orchestras in his province and also in Naples. He even led a band in Ancona.

During the carnival dances at the Teatro Ópera, he premiered in 1908 his tango “El irresistible”.

At that time the repercussion in the audience was so important that a pair of dancing partners —according to a story— approached the bandstand in order to know its title. It was the female dancer who asked about it.

When the bandleader pointed out at a musician saying he was the composer of the tune, the latter answered that he had not yet given a title to the piece.

Then she added:
– But it’s irresistible!!!
– That’s it, that’ll be its title…

Read more about Lorenzo Logatti at www.todotango.com

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Raul Beron, Argentine Tango singer.

“Lejos de Buenos Aires” by Miguel Caló y su Orquesta Típica with Raúl Berón in vocals, 1942.

“Lejos de Buenos Aires” by Miguel Caló y su Orquesta Típica with Raúl Berón in vocals, 1942.

Raúl Berón singing.

Raúl Berón

Singer (30 March 1920 – 28 June 1982)

He was, for some people, the best orchestra singer in the history of tango.

Although other major vocalists rival him this position in the opinion of the connoisseurs.

In an undeniable Gardelian tradition, tenor register and velvet sound, his peak in popularity coincided exactly with the period of greatest popularity for tango: from his inclusion in the Miguel Caló orchestra in 1939 until his withdrawal from the Aníbal Troilo orchestra in 1955.

Read more about Raúl Berón at www.todotango.com

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"Catamarca", vinyl disc Argentine Tango music.

“Catamarca” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica, 1940.

“Catamarca” by Carlos Di Sarli y su Orquesta Típica, 1940.

Eduardo Arolas

Bandoneonist, composer and leader (24 February 1892 – 29 September 1924)

In 1918 Eduardo Arolas‘ orchestra was formed with him on first bandoneon and conductor, Manuel Pizzarro on second bandoneon, Rafael Tuegols on first violin, Horacio Gomila on second violin, Roberto Goyeneche on piano and Luis Bernstein on double bass.

This was the peak of his career, playing in both Buenos Aires and Montevideo.

Soon, Julio De Caro joined his orchestra.

1918 brought this eminently rhythmic composition: “Catamarca”, initially called “Estocada a fondo”, of which Carlos Di Sarli left us a magnificent rendition in 1940.

Read more about Eduardo Arolas and the History of Tango

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Lucio Demare y su Orquesta Típica. Argentine Tango music.

“Tal vez será su voz” by Lucio Demare y su Orquesta Típica with Raúl Berón, 1943.

“Tal vez será su voz” by Lucio Demare y su Orquesta Típica with Raúl Berón in vocals, 1943.

Lucio Demare y su Orquesta Típica. Argentine Tango music.

Lucio Demare

Pianist, composer, arranger and leader (9 August 1906 – 6 March 1974)

An innate faculty for musical invention and a delicate creative temper identified, from the very beginning, the characteristics of his oeuvre.

A player of unmistakable sound and phrasing, he has been an authentic speaker with his piano. 

Either his instrumental and vocal charts have the trademark of his fine personality as artist or the groups he led in renderings so satisfying as “Tal vez será su voz”. 

Read more about Lucio Demare at www.todotango.com

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