Argentine Tango Classes for Beginners & Adv. Beg/Intermediates

Argentine tango is playful, elegant and affectionate. It's fancy walking, 3-D art, an improvised kinesthetic conversation with your partner and the music. Instructor Elizabeth M. Seyler has been teaching tango for 13 years and makes learning a breeze. No partner required. LGBTQ+ friendly. Stay for the Queen City Tango milonga (social tango dance) directly following class. Wear clean, smooth-soled shoes or socks.

Beginners: 7-7:45 p.m. Learn or brush up on the basics.
Adv. Beg/Intermediates: 7:45-8:30 p.m. Polish your technique and learn something new.
Queen City Tango Milonga: 7:45-10:30 p.m. Dance with locals to the gorgeous music of tango's Golden Age and to contemporary music with a tango feel. Free with a class.

Hosted by Queen City Tango ~, 999-1798
Classes may continue into Nov.

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Elizabeth M. Seyler, PhD, is a dancer, writer/editor and instructor. Since 2002, she has specialized in dancing and teaching gender-neutral Argentine tango. Her latest love is loosely structured movement improvisation for play and performance. An assistant editor, writer and proofreader at Seven Days and a part-time tango instructor, she holds a PhD in dance from Temple University, an MEd from the University of Vermont, and a BA from Cornell University.



$10 per class; $35 for all four (paid at first class); $65 for all four (paid at first class) for you and a friend


Published April 5, 2018