Beginning Tango Lessons

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Beginning Tango (1/12, 1/19, & 1/26*)

The Tango originates from Buenos Aires (Argentina) where it was first danced in “Barria de las Ranas,” the ghetto of Buenos Aires. It is a romantic, yet dramatic dance that combines long, striding steps with close, geometric dance figures. The sultry motion, the stylish look and the haunting sense of passion make Tango both a fascinating and exciting dance.

When: 1/12, 1/19 & 1/26* @ 8:00pm.
Social Dancing after lessons until 10:00pm.
Where: Cal Poly Chumash Auditorium, U.U. (Click here for maps & parking information).
(*Except January 26th, where lessons will be held in building 05 room 225).
Who: Everybody and anybody! No partner necessary. No experience necessary.
Cost: First lesson, January 12th, is FREE! After that, $5 per lesson or $25 for the entire quarter (9 classes)

Sample Songs:
“La Cumparsita” by Gerardo Matos Rodr√≠guez
“Una Musica Brutal” by Gotan Project
“Assassin’s Tango” by John Powell

Sample Video:

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