5, 10, or 15 Dance Classes at The Tango Room Dance Center (Up to 62% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Mainly featuring different forms of Argentine tango, the schedule also includes salsa and belly-dance sessions for all skill levels

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Expires Feb 27th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Having two left feet is rarely considered a compliment, unless one is driving two manual cars at once. Master both the road and the dance floor with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $32 for 5 dance classes (up to a $75 value)
  • $59 for 10 dance classes (up to a $150 value)
  • $86 for 15 dance classes (up to a $225 value)

Beginning Tango lessons introduce students to the eight-count basic step, the walk, and other fundamental techniques while training them to identify rhythms in the music's melody. R & B line-dancing classes can cover popular group dances, including the Cupid slide and the Cleveland shuffle, and Zumba lessons incorporate Latin dance techniques into a dynamic and engaging cardio workout. The schedule includes dance classes seven days a week, with morning and evening sessions available for beginning and advanced students alike.

The Tango Room Dance Center

As a child in Buenos Aires, Angel Echeverria would sit on the porch of his family home and watch his aunt and uncle dance the tango. Music often spilled into the streets of his neighborhood, where many tango musicians lived. By the time he was a teenager in the early 1960s, Angel began studying the tango himself, and nearly 50 years later he founded The Tango Room Dance Center with Julie Friedgen. Like Angel, Julie grew up watching her parents’ Argentine friends dance tango at parties, and eventually became a ballet and flamenco dancer. Though she didn’t begin learning the tango until 18 years ago, once she started she immediately knew it was the dance to which she would devote the rest of her life.

Not surprisingly, The Tango Room is dedicated to the Argentine style of dance; many of the instructors hail from Argentina and lead classes in traditional, contemporary, waltz, and milonga variations. On Saturday nights the school transforms into El Encuentro—which translates to “the encounter”—a dance party modeled after the tango clubs of Buenos Aires. Beyond tango, the school also hosts classes in salsa, belly dance, and R & B line dancing as well as Zumba and bujinkan, a Japanese martial art.


Though The Tango Room Dance Center sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.

The Tango Room Dance Center

As a child in Buenos Aires, Angel Echeverria would sit on the porch of his family home and watch his aunt and uncle dance the tango. Music often spilled into the streets of his neighborhood, where many tango musicians lived. By the time he was a teenager in the early 1960s, Angel began studying the tango himself, and nearly 50 years later he founded The Tango Room Dance Center with Julie Friedgen. Like Angel, Julie grew up watching her parents’ Argentine friends dance tango at parties, and eventually became a ballet and flamenco dancer. Though she didn’t begin learning the tango until 13 years ago, once she started she immediately knew it was the dance to which she would devote the rest of her life.

Not surprisingly, The Tango Room is dedicated to the Argentine style of dance; many of the instructors hail from Argentina and lead classes in traditional, contemporary, waltz, and milonga variations. On Saturday nights the school transforms into El Encuentro—which translates to “the encounter”—a fast-paced dance party modeled after the tango clubs of Buenos Aires. Beyond tango, the school also hosts classes in salsa, belly dance, and R & B line dancing as well as Zumba and bujinkan, a Japanese martial art.