Special Workshop with Daniel Trenner

 

7:00-9:00 pm April 14:

Daniel started dancing tango in 1986, and has been instrumental in introducing tango and making it accessible to communities in the USA, and around the world. He was one of the first group of new young people to be involved in tango's revival. He was able to dance with many of the great past masters and to record of them on video (Bridge to the Tango). 

Daniel came into tango as a professional dancer, with a Masters in Dance, making him uniquely suited to understanding the elements of tango and developing teaching techniques to effectively train the fundamentals.

His workshops are simply a lot of fun. They are filled with history and stories, and his approach gives new insight into the entire dance.  He is an expert at creating games which trick the students into mastering new skills, without ever being aware that they're working.

The Tuesday workshop will be aimed at all levels (a minimum of 2-3 months social dancing is recommended). We will change partners frequently; so, no partner is required.

Class size will be limited; so, early registration is recommended $15 (by April 12). Email leslie@tntango.com, or come by Tuesday Night Tango to register.

If there is space, the drop-in price will be $20 ($15 for students)

Daniel will be teaching a series of workshops in San Francisco over two weekends. This is the first time that he has been in SF for a number of years, and the first time that he has been back to teach in the South Bay since the last Stanford Tango Week in 1997. This is a great opportunity to experience one of the most influential teachers of the last 20 years.

   

Information on Daniel's Weekend Workshops in SF


Daniel Trenner's Homepage


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