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Dardo Galletto Studios - Theater District - Times Square

Beginner or Intermediate Tango Classes at Dardo Galletto Studios (Up to 81% Off)

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  • Expires 90 days after purchase.
  • New students only. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must activate by expiration date on Groupon; 1 month unlimited option expires 1 month from activation date, 10 class option expires 60 days from activation date. Reservation required; subject to availability. 2hr cancellation notice required. New students only. Classes must be used by the same person. Intermediate level prerequisite: reasonable level of technical understanding of tango and 1 year minimum of dance experience.
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Questions and Answers 2 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

Do I have to have dance shoes? If so, where would you recommend getting them?

Ruth G.  asked on  Oct 9, 2012

A:

Wear whatever you are comfortable moving in. Tango shoes are specialty dance shoes—often heels for ladies and dress shoes for men—that are made specifically for dancing tango. They are well balanced and have leather or suede soles to ensure ease of pivoting. You do not need tango shoes to dance tango, however most people find that they prefer them if they plan to continue studying tango for more than a few months. Other dance shoes (ballet flats, ballroom shoes) are also comfortable for dancing tango, and street shoes with a leather sole also work well--anything with smooth bottoms will help your turns.

Barbara S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 9, 2012

More Questions and Answers

Q:

Do I have to have dance shoes? If so, where would you recommend getting them?

Ruth G.  asked on  Oct 9, 2012

A:

Wear whatever you are comfortable moving in. Tango shoes are specialty dance shoes—often heels for ladies and dress shoes for men—that are made specifically for dancing tango. They are well balanced and have leather or suede soles to ensure ease of pivoting. You do not need tango shoes to dance tango, however most people find that they prefer them if they plan to continue studying tango for more than a few months. Other dance shoes (ballet flats, ballroom shoes) are also comfortable for dancing tango, and street shoes with a leather sole also work well--anything with smooth bottoms will help your turns.

Barbara S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 9, 2012

Q:

Do you need to have a partner to come to the class?

Ruth G.  asked on  Oct 7, 2012

A:

You do not need a partner. In the beginning it's recommended to dance with many people. It enriches and broadens your understanding of the dance.

Barbara S.  from  Merchant  replied on  Oct 8, 2012

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