Where and When to Learn Argentine Tango in the South End

First Argentine Tango Venue in Boston proper wants you to learn the basics in one day: Crash Course with AnaLinda Nov 29th. 630-10p

NO dance experience, nor partner required! In Boston’s South End

(at MOVIMIENTO SoWa-South of Washington Arts district)

Thursday, November 29, 6:30p-10p 

The underworld of authentic Argentine Tango is a fascinating place.

You dance with friends and strangers for hours knowing only the magic

of improvisation and mutual dance dialog. To accomplish this, each partner learns

a language that is universal, but combines infinitely, and communicates clearly. 

You can dance tango in venues across the city and world-wide.

This crash course will teach those skills. We will learn the basic elements, practice drills, and work on movement quality as well as partner connection. The musical structures of Argentine Tango will be introduced.

We prepare you for your Tango future when the Tango dancer elaborates their own construction of the dance and followers participate with their special musical energy and influence. The dance communicates sensuality, emotion, and power. Argentine Tango celebrates connection.

Join me and my assistant Paul Walcott in opening the Pandora's Box that is Argentine tango.  


Session One:  6:30- 7:50

-break-10 min

Session Two:  8:00-9:30

9:30-10p Supervised Practice/Coaching session (optional).


$45 with pre-registration one week in advance

At the door: $55 a person or $105 for 2 people signing up together.

We rotate partners to develop the strongest lead/follow improvisational skills.

Contact AnaLinda directly for payment, registration or further information: cell 617 512-0430, email: AnaLinda@tangoembrace.com



450 Harrison avenue, #61, at Thayer Courtyard, South End,

There is plenty of available street parking on Randolph street, a cross street 1 Block away!

PRIVATE LESSONS are also available at reasonable rates for individuals or couples at this location.


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