In this class, we had a look at a simple change of lane for beginners. For intermediates & up, we looked at a beautiful twist on the classic ocho cortado, using out of axis movements
June 20, 2019
This is the first class of our series on axis. In this class, we started with the basic concepts of axis displacement and some pretty mini colgadas that are very easy to place on the dancefloor.
This is the last class of our series on old school milongueros. Time to review what you've learnt and some of our favourite steps.
Dancing is done to music and one of the best ways to improve your dancing is to better understand the music you dance on. Because if not dancing to the music, we're not really dancing, we're merely moving.
So, here are 5 top tips to help you go get this exhilarating feeling of being at one with the music: the feeling of dancing.
Discover our full programme this month and term, what Tango Dimension we focus on, and our special events!
The first thing to do when putting together a wedding first dance is choosing a piece of tango music you both like. Here's a list of great choices for your first dance if you're still not set on a particular song.
May 23, 2019
This week is a tango tanda by Aníbal Troilo, one of the best Argentine bandoneon players, but also a composer, arranger and bandleader. His orchestra was very popular with dancers during the golden age of tango, although he changed to a concert sound by the late 1950s.
April 8, 2019
A red rose between the teeth of a follower is one of the most, if not the most iconic image (and stereotypes) associated with tango. But where on Earth did it come from?... (part 2/2)
A red rose between the teeth of a follower is one of the most, if not the most iconic image (and stereotypes) associated with tango. But where on Earth did it come from?... (part 1/2)
March 12, 2019
If you’re used to learning choreographies, don’t panic! Yes, improvised dancing takes a bit of adjusting, but once you relax, things become much easier and you’ll get a very worth-while buzz. (2/4)