Learn to dance Argentine Tango at one of our modern and friendly studios.
The Tango as we know it began in the West Indies and found its way to Argentina where it was stylised and danced socially. It found popularity across the USA and Europe in 1921 after the silent screen star Rudolph Valentino performed a Tango in “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse”. Since then it has gone on to be featured in many movies including "True Lies" and "Scent of a Woman".
Argentine Tango is considered the “dancer’s dance” is loved by dancers the world over, allowing them to show flare, attitude and a playfulness between two partners. In order to achieve the distinctive style of the Tango it is important to develop controlled footwork, along with fluid graceful movements but the musicality and the intuitive feel between two dancers is what makes the Argentine tango so magical.
Our qualified and professional teachers at MarShere Dance Studios across Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula can get you started with your journey into learning Argentine Tango.
For more information about Argentine Tango or other Street Latin styles of dance contact your local Marshere Dance Studio.