Welcome!

We are Tanguito ('cute little tango' in spanish, pronounced tang-eeto).

We live and breathe tango and have been told our passion is contagious.

We are London based and do all things tango-related: classes, milongas, corporate events, clothing & even holidays to Buenos Aires. If you wonder what tango is all about (or love it already), we would love to hear from you!

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Tanguito, Argentine Tango Academy

 020 3560 0532
   07891 336575
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New Unity Church, 277A Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 2TZ
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Class video & notes

April 11, 2017

Class video & notes – 09/04/2017

By |April 11th, 2017|

Dimension: Immersion - Theme: Steps inspired by Osvaldo and Coca 2

In this class, we continued to have a look at steps inspired by Osvaldo and Coca. We started with what we call a flat giro for the beginners and then used this concept in the intermediate class for a couple of creative and inventive steps.

Class video & notes – 05/04/2017

By |April 7th, 2017|

Dimension: Immersion - Theme: Steps inspired by Osvaldo and Coca

In this class, we focused on our favourite old school milongueros, Osvaldo and Coca, which musicality and playfulness we simply can't get enough of. There are loads of videos of them on Youtube, just look for Osvaldo Coca Tango.

March 31, 2017

Class video & notes – 29/03/2017

By |March 31st, 2017|

Dimension: Immersion - Theme: Steps inspired by Nito & Alba

We started one of our favourite dimension - immersion - by looking at steps from Nito and Alba, who were dancing in the Golden Age of tango. We did a couple of sacadas (including quite a challenging sacada leading the follower into a cross) and a sequence from Americana.

End of March 2017 – End of term review

By |March 24th, 2017|

This week marks the end of our Academic Term focusing on the Tango Dimension Speed and on Juan D'arienzo's orchestra. Time to review what you've learned!

Class video & notes – 17/03/2017

By |March 19th, 2017|

Special class at Negracha - Creative crosses

In this class, we had a look at how we could use the axis to lead front crosses, back crosses and back cross sandwiches. Very playful additions to your repertoire of steps.

Class video & notes – 15/03/2017

By |March 17th, 2017|

Dimension: Speed - Theme: Changes of speed & cadencias

In this class, we played with changes of speed. We applied it to the backward ochos by adding little rebounds to this simple step rhythmical and playful. We also focused on cadencias, these littles steps that play with the pendulum technique and that are just, so salón.

Class video & notes – 08/03/2017

By |March 10th, 2017|

Dimension: Speed - Theme: The cross and its musicality

The cross is one of tango's emblematic steps. In this class, we started with a basic cross and then played with how the cross could look and feel with different musicalities and techniques, including that of the empujadita.

Class video & notes – 01/03/2017

By |March 3rd, 2017|

Dimension: Speed - Theme: Rhythmic orchestras

For this class, we looked at steps that would work for rhythmic orchestras or rhythmic sections of any tango. We started with variants of the change of weight in a box and then played with the giro and baby forward ochos.

February 24, 2017

Class video & notes – 22/02/2017

By |February 24th, 2017|

Dimension: Speed - Theme: Melodic orchestras / Changes of front

In this class, we had a look at slow steps that would fit melodic orchestras or melodic sections of tango songs and we focused on the change of front - from a simple rebound to a giro in americana. In the beginners class, we saw a variation of the corte, to build on what we did last week.

Class video & notes – 19/02/2017

By |February 21st, 2017|

Dimension: Speed - Theme: Melodic orchestras / Planeos

In this class, we had a look at slow steps that would fit melodic orchestras of melodic sections of tango songs and we focused on planeos, these romantic steps where one partner, normally the leader, draws a circle around the other dancer. These steps are very beautiful and we saw a couple of variants, from simple to more advanced.