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. Elizabeth works as an assistant editor and proofreader at Seven Days, an associate editor at Dance Chronicle, a freelance writer, 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