Some birds are heading south to winter in warmer climes. Here in Southwestern Ontario, lovers of tango are flocking to tango classes and milongas. Here is an update of the fall tango classes offered by Miguel and Michelle Coppini:
Discover the joy of milonga, the lively tempo-ed tango music and its fun and frolicking steps on Mondays at 7pm. Hop on the milonga train soon, before this session ends.
A new 6 week session of Beginner classes start on Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 7:30pm. This class includes a 60 minute class and 30 minutes of practice time. Take your first tango steps or work on your tango fundamentals. Cost: $90 per person for the 6 week session.
Looking for a challenge? Join us for new session of Intermediate level classes on Wednesdays at 8:30pm, starting Sept. 26. This class goes well beyond the basics, so you can add dynamic figures and work on some serious leading and following skills. There is a 60 minute class and 30 minute guided practice. Cost: drop-in $18 p.p. or $90 per 6 week session.
A new session starts this Thursday, Sept. 27 in the west-end, at the Swansea Town Hall (95 Lavinia Ave). Our 90 minute classes allow for lots of learning, practicing and feedback. This class starts at 8:15pm. There is free parking in the lot behind the community centre or you walk from Runnymede Subway Station. This class is suitable for all levels. Beginners are welcome! Costs: drop-in fee is $15 p.p or $80 p.p. for a 6 week session.
Every Saturday night, you can take a class and then dance the night away! The regular drop-in class starts at 8pm, and is followed by a friendly milonga (Palermo Tango Club). Two instructors (Miguel and Michelle teach all classes together) allow for lots of personal attention, specific to your tango level. Cost: $18 p.p. includes the class, milonga, and free refreshments.
There are even more surprises in store this fall!!! Stay tuned for exciting news about classes in Kitchener-Waterloo. We are so thrilled!
Questions? Connect with us directly via email: email@example.com. We would love to help you find your tango niche or should we say tango nest?
Miguel and Michelle
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