Tuesday Night Tango in Palo Alto

First Baptist Church (in the Fellowship Hall)

305 N California Ave (X Bryant)
Palo Alto, CA

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Argentine Tango

 Argentine Tango was born in the late 1800's in Buenos Aires, and has been changing and evolving ever since. It is a beautiful dance form that provides endless opportunity for improvisation and playfulness.

March Series (3/7 - 3/28 2017):  Close Embrace
Progressive series with Leslie Gordon
Everyone will learn to lead and follow.
No need to bring partners, we switch regularly.

7:00-8:00  Fundamentals-  Close Embrace 101:

What's different with close embrace, and why do all the experienced dancers love it? We will get you comfortable with walking and ochos, and having fun in close embrace. This series is ideal for new dancers, or experienced dancers working on fundamentals, or the other role.

8:00-9:00  Fundamentals- Practica

Stay for the practice led by some of the advanced students. We will review the material from the first class, and other tango basics.

8:00-9:00  Intermediate+ -  Turning in Close:

How do they really work? What are the common pitfalls? Learn how to connect and support your partners. Understand your axis, and how to transition smoothly in and out of turns..

What is my dance level?

**April Series starts 4/4/17
   Topics: Playing with the Feet


9:00-11:00   -get your fix of alternative and classical music
                       -various DJ's
                       -large wooden floor to try your biggest
                         and wildest moves!

Cost:    March series (4 classes)- $32 ; students $24          
                drop-in before 9 (for 1 or both classes)- $10; students $8 
                drop-in after 9- $3; students $2  

            ** Always free after 10 pm **


            2/7           New Series starts: Giros y Colgadas

            2/14         Valentine's Day Freelonga   



            3/7           New Series starts: Close Embrace



            4/4           New Series starts: Playing with the Feet




            5/2           New Series starts: Ochos y Boleos