Intro to Tango class
Tuesday, November 22, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come to discover the “Mystery” of Tango
- has a unique and sophisticated dance etiquette and codes beyond the steps.
- is a sensual, relaxed, slow pace dance where the “embrace means acceptance”.
- brings to you a new way to connect with new people using no words…
We want to invite you to have a taste of tango and its culture.
Come to know our school, teachers and learning system.
Don’t miss this special opportunity.
In this “taste of tango” introductory class for total beginners, you will get a one hour class introducing you to all the basic fundamentals of tango. It is guaranteed you will be dancing at the end of the class. It is a good way to start out with tango for those that have never danced it before.
When & Where
Strictly Tango NYC by Sergio Segura
Sergio Segura is a producer of large-scale Argentine Tango shows and events. He is also a professional performer, choreographer and a dedicated teacher of the dance.
In 2003, he founded Sergio Segura Tango Productions. In 2011 he produced two major, sold-out events: “Amor y Tango” at the Highline Ballroom, NYC, and “Tango in the Castle” at Morningside Castle, NYC. He co-created the multimedia productions “Soles Ablaze” (2004), “The Anthropology of Tango Dance” (2006) and “Epocas de Tango” (2010) which were presented with great success at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, TX and at the Yonkers public library. In 2010, he produced the “1st NYC Queer Tango Festival.” It was a major event in the city featured in the New York Times and Revista VIVA of Buenos Aires.
Sergio has also collaborated with The Argentine Tango Society as the marketing director of the acclaimed “I Tango” shows in 2007 and 2011. In October 2011 he was the artistic director for “A Night of Argentine Tango Stars” at the renowned Olney Theatre outside of D.C. And for the past five years he has been working as the public relations manager for the “New York Summer Tango & Film Festival.” He was also sponsor for Club Sin Rumbo, the mythical, 87 year old milonga in the Villa Urquiza neighborhood in Buenos Aires.