Tony-nominated dancers and choreographers lead 60-minute tango lessons and monthly social dance events
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What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $50.50 for five classes and a milonga event for one person ($140 value)
- $82 for five classes and a milonga event for two people ($280 value)
- $71.50 for one month of unlimited beginner classes for one person ($275 value)
- $102 for one month of unlimited beginner classes for two people ($550 value)
Tony-nominated dancers teach students of all skill levels the expressive movements of the Argentine tango during 60-minute sessions. Classes are capped at just 10 students to ensure that everyone gets personalized attention from the instructors. The studio hosts milonga events on the second Friday of every month. Guests at this event receive a complimentary lesson from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. before spending the next three hours dancing, noshing, and socializing with fellow dancers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Unlimited monthly options expires 5 weeks from initial visit. Reservation required. Not valid for customers that have visited within the past 6 months. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About School of Authentic Argentine Tango
School directors Diego Di Falco and Carolina Zokalski spent years dancing in Buenos Aires before they launched their professional dancing careers at the age of 20 by landing roles in the touring production of Forever Tango. When the show made its way to the U.S., the two became two of the youngest tango dancers in history to make it to Broadway. Like a puppy at show-and-tell, they earned enthusiastic acclaim, eventually picking up a Tony nomination for their choreography. These achievements were only the beginning of careers that graced the stages of Carnegie Hall, the Marquis Theatre, the Hollywood Bowl, and other esteemed venues.
Their reputations secured, Carolina and Diego turned to sharing the art of Argentinian dance with students, which they do today at Summit's Twin Maples mansion, a neoclassical home listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Inside, the hardwood dance floor is lit by chandeliers and accented by classical touches such as crown molding and bronze curtain rods, giving one the sense of dancing at a presidential ball or in a really, really fancy broom closet. There, the pair strives to make each step as authentic as possible by importing traditional music and guest artists directly from Argentina for the classes, workshops, and performances they helm.