The Beginner’s Guide To Argentine Tango-FREE Download

Even though dancers follow certain conventions, they
never quite know how someone will construct a dance, add an embellishment or interpret the music. The
surprises possible within the dance are what make the dance so addicting. It really does take two to tango,
because the dance isn’t just about the man leading and the woman following. Both partners have important
things to contribute—like all good conversations.

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How To Experience Tango In Buenos Aires

A boom in tango tourism in Buenos Aires has seen tango-themed hotels spring up all around the city. These hotels are handy to stay at as they offer daily tango lessons and tango shows.
Some even have themed tango rooms, suites with private timber dance floors for dancers to practice on, tango concierges, tango boutiques and tango fashion parades

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Tango On The Hudson

The Hudson Valley has a wonderful and friendly Argentine Tango Dance community. All are welcome and no partner is required. Beginners lesson is given before the dance which is called a “Milonga”. come on down and join the fun.

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Tango On The Mountain- Interview with Nina Jirka

A interview with Nina Jirka                                                                  New Paltz has so much, and now, with a place to tango!

Join us every Wednesday 6:30 PM – 10 PM-

Slingerland Pavilion at Mohonk Preserve Spring Farm Trailhead    Upper 27 Knolls Road, High Falls, NY

Roost Studios and Art Gallery

69 Main Street, New Paltz, NY 12561

Contact Nina Jirka:

nina@tangonewpaltz.com

tangonewpaltz@gmail.com

(845) 256-0114

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