Learn to Tango!

Sundays, October 16th – December 11th (no class 10/27)

7 – 8:30 p.m.
$15 per class or $108 for all 8!


In this 8 week series, students learn the rudiments of tango dancing. You’ll learn how to “walk” (which in Argentine tango is equivalent to dance) together, they get acquainted with the basic dance vocabulary and start developing the elements of the dance technique and embrace.

Are you a Newbie? No Worries!

This series is perfect for the novice, the curious, and enthusiast. NO experience or partner required, although gender 7944626_origbalance is preferred. These classes encourage participation, boost confidence, burn calories, and develop friendships beyond the classroom, all in a fun, friendly, and relaxed environment. Click here for a video link to Tango.

What to Wear

Students should wear comfortable dance/fitness/athletic clothes and *ballroom shoes (strapped high heels for women –NO platforms). *Ballroom shoes can be replaced by athletic socks or comfortable athletic shoes, as long as they do not stick to the floor. Leather or suede soles are preferred.

Alejandro Pinzon

My teaching philosophy: “I don’t teach overly elaborate footwork. Instead, I focus on a solid embrace, a clear lead, 1852827and a true connection between music and dance.” …. “I get people to dance promptly. I teach concepts in a way that breaks the ice and reduces stress on first-timers.”

My interest in inspiring others through art is a lifelong endeavor. Through MAESTRO TANGO, I share my passion for Argentine Tango with the world.

I’m an orchestra conductor, tango dancer, violinist, bandoneon player, photographer, and tango DJ.

I travel internationally providing dance instruction to the beginner dancer, performing and conducting tango concerts, teaching music master classes and dance workshops, and leading interactive lectures about Argentine Tango.


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