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Marcelo Solis and Mimi dancing Argentine Tango

Argentine Tango dancing with Mimi at Enchanted Tango Home 1

Argentine Tango dancing with Mimi at Enchanted Tango Home 1

The experience of reading a poem requires time management which is not the kind demanded by a typical business approach.

Each verse, each word in a poem is absolutely meaningful. Same as when you dance Tango.

Every single moment, each move, each emotion requires all your presence and attention.

It may sound exaggerated to someone that does not dance Tango, but when you dance Tango you are making a statement about the meaning of life at every single moment while you are dancing.

Obviously, this is not the kind of achievement that you produce by installing an app on your smartphone or purchasing a service.

That is why it needs to be clear to you that dancing Tango is not a hobby.

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Marcelo Solis with Myriam Pincen at a milonga in Buenos Aires a night of Argentine Tango dancing.

Argentine Tango class with Myriam Pincen, Buenos Aires, March 2019.

Argentine Tango class with Myriam Pincen, Buenos Aires, March 2019.

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From Myriam Pincen:

“My classes aim to instruct and encourage the dance of Tango Salón Tradicional Argentino, a knowledge that I have acquired over more than 30 years of study with various teachers such as Miguel Gutierrez, Eduardo Arquimbau, Mingo Pugliese, Pepito Avellaneda, J.C. Copes among others, with whom I not only learned to dance but also to teach dance, scene, and choreography.

In my classes we work on everything you need to dance Tango on a dance floor: posture, musicality, balance, cadence, styles, different orchestras, lead and follow, adornments, codes, floor craft, etc.

The final goal is that all can access to enjoy a good tango dance and also to transcend our Buenos Aires’ culture for the next generations.”


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Pablo Podestá, Argentine Tango singer, guitarist, composer and actor.

“Pablo” by Anibal Troilo y su Orquesta Típica, 1943.

“Pablo” by Anibal Troilo y su Orquesta Típica, 1943.

Pablo Podestá

Singer, guitarist, composer and actor (22 November 1875 – 26 April 1923)

He was the younger brother of the Podestá, the great artistic family directed by José Podestá (Don Pepe or Pepino 88), founder of the Argentine theater.

Since childhood he learned all the secrets of the circus and at age eight he was already spoiled by the public for his acrobatic exhibits.

When his brother and guide, Pepe, decided to form a company, he became an actor, and when he managed to make a name for himself he formed his own, premiering in his long career the best dramas of Florencio Sánchez and other great Argentine authors of the time.

Those who saw him act assured that he had no rival on the scene and always remembered him as the greatest of our actors.

José Martinez composed this tango in his homage.

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Marcelo Solis dancing Argentine Tango with Mimi at a class.

Argentine Tango dancing with Mimi at Enchanted Tango Home

Argentine Tango dancing with Mimi at Enchanted Tango Home

Practice regularly and consciously, taking care that the practice provides nice sensations of joy to you.

By doing so, you are making yourself generous in extending this joy to your partners and the other dancers that share with you the dance floors of the classes and milongas.

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Marcelo Solis & Mimi dancing milonga at a their Argentine Tango class.

Argentine Tango class on milonga: fundamentals

Argentine Tango class on milonga: fundamentals








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Everything that is good in Tango dancing is the result of practice.
Regular exercise of walking, change of weight, pauses, pivots, turns, paradas (stops) and embellishments creates the foundation of your freedom while dancing.

Another aspect of practice is musicality.

The way to improve your musicality is to engage in active listening of tango music, knowing what you are listening to.

Learn to dance Argentine Tango in the San Francisco Bay Area:

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