Ways to learn Argentine Tango

On-demand video classes and tutorials

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Marcelo Solis dancing Argentine Tango with partner

Introductory classes

Virtual classes available

In our 4-week introductory course, we share with you our own experience, knowledge, and passion for Tango.

In these classes you will learn:
  • How to use your body efficiently with good posture.
  • How to listen and move to Tango music.
  • Basic elements of the dance, footwork, and technique.
  • How to maintain a good connection with your dance partner that facilitates moving together.
  • A sequence of steps that you can use to start dancing Argentine Tango. 
Miranda and Marcelo teaching Argentine Tango

Private lessons

Virtual lessons available

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

During private lessons we focus on:
  • Good, relaxed posture.
  • Awareness about your body, space, and partner.
  • A nice embrace that connects you to your dance partner.
  • Musicality: how to listen to Tango music.
  • Footwork and technique.
  • Basic Argentine Tango patterns.
  • More complex patterns and combinations.
Marcelo Solis teaches Argentine Tango group classes.

Group classes

Virtual classes available

Argentine Tango is a social dance. It makes sense to practice it in the context of a like-minded community, sharing a highly aesthetic experience.

In group classes we focus on:
  • Social aspects of Tango.
  • Musicality.
  • Tango technique exercises.
  • Tango patterns and footwork from basic to complex.
  • The cultural background of Argentine Tango.
Marcelo Solis teaching Argentine Tango with Miranda Lindelow

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 learn what is Tango.
  • If you only take group classes, you are not going to get deep enough into the fine details of Tango needed to become a good dancer.

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