Four Beginner Tango Lessons for One or Two at Tango South and North (Up to 68% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Singles or couples learn to tango under the tutelage of an expert in South American dance

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Not valid until 9/4/12. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must activate by date of expiration, classes expire four weeks from activation date. Valid for 1 class per week. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $19 for four weekly beginner tango classes (a $55 value)
  • $35 for four weekly beginner tango classes for two (a $110 value)

Beginning the first week of each month, tango professionals guide students through four weekly classes. The 60-minute sessions cover basic tango lessons for individuals and couples. Click here for a list of class times and locations.

Tango South and North

Pierre Baston's passion for tango began as a foreign fascination. He watched a dinner show while visiting Buenos Aires that enraptured him, inspiring him to immerse himself not only in dance lessons, but historical and cultural research—he still collects authentic tango sheet music from the early 20th century. Conversely, for Maria de Sousa, tango dancing was part of her Argentinian heritage. She embraced the style as a way to reconnect with her native country, and traveled back and forth between her American home and Buenos Aires to master her steps. Both dancers became certified through a master's program at the Escuela Argentina de Tango in Buenos Aires, and now elucidate the art of dipping and spinning at eight Philadelphia locales.

Pierre and Maria walk students of all experience levels through tango's passionate choreography. They host group classes for social learning experiences, and lead private seminars at their studios or a venue of the client's choice. Because they coordinate all the necessary partner match-ups and music, their protégés needn't bring a companion or play Keep Away with a violin's bow to make it whine.

Tango South and North

For Maria de Sousa, tango dancing was part of her Argentinian heritage. She embraced the style as a way to reconnect with her native country, and traveled back and forth between her American home and Buenos Aires to master her steps. Conversely, for Pierre Baston, his passion for tango began as a foreign fascination. He watched a dinner show while visiting Buenos Aires that enraptured him, inspiring him to immerse himself not only in dance lessons, but historical and cultural research—he still collects authentic tango sheet music from the early 20th century. Both dancers became certified through a master's program at the Escuela Argentina de Tango in Buenos Aires, and now elucidate the art of dipping and spinning at eight Philadelphia locales.

Maria and Pierre walk students of all experience levels through tango's passionate choreography. They host group classes for social learning experiences, and lead private seminars at their studios or a venue of the client's choice. Because they coordinate all the necessary partner match-ups and music, their protégés needn't bring a companion or play Keep Away with a violin's bow to make it whine.

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