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What's on at the Glasgow Tango Studio
- Beginners Tango Course
Our present complete beginners course
Started 13th January to 23rd March (11 weeks )
Wednesdays 8.00 - 9.00pm
- Tango and Milonga Basics I
Wednesdays 13 January - 10 February
A 5-week course at Inprover Level
Time: 6.45 to 7.45pm
Venue: Blackfriars Pub/ downstairs, G1 1 LG
Price: £40 for the 5-week course
Including a free entrance to Guided Practica & Milonga on Friday 5 Feburary
or any 2 Saturday Practicas during the course time.
Pre-book by Monday 11th January
Tango & Milonga Basics II will Start 17th February to 16th March
- Tango Technique & Conection
Saturday 6th February - 5th March 2016
Time: 1.30 - 2.30pm
Price: Class & Practica till 5pm £10 | Class onley £8 | Save with a block booking of £40
At the Scout hall 76 Kelbourne St. Glasgow G20 8PR
These classes will boost your posture and connection alongside working on your movement vocabulary.
We will clarify the understanding of the man's role and woman's role to make the tango communication
work at its best. We will also work on Milonga during these classes. Pre-booking your place for classes
is recommended as it helps us to balance the numbers.
Booked places need to be paid in advance.
If you want to cancel a prepaid class you will be fully refunded if cancellation happens 48 hours prior the class.
Attending classes on a drop in basis is also possible but onley if we have places or a partner available on the day.
- The Big Glasgow Practica
The Practica 13th February
From: 2.30 - 5.00pm
£5.00 (free refreshments provided)
An informal and relaxed afternoon to dance & to practice your Tango.
At the Scout hall 76 Kelbourne St Glasgow.
Coming up at the Glasgow Tango Studio
- Early Evening Milonga
A new Friday Milonga for Glasgow
Dates 19 February, 18 March, 15 April, 20 May, 2016 (every 3rd Friday of the month)
Time; 6.15 - 9.15pm
DJ: Jeff Allan
Price for dancers; of £6 includes refreshments. Free entrance for non-dancers - refreshments £1
Venue: Heart of Scotstoun, 64 Balmoral St. G14 0BL
- Open Tango Discussion & El Abrazo Milonga
Friday 4th March 2016
Glasgow Tango Studio invites you to an open discussion session;
To be or not to be - a Tango Dancer - that is the question’, followed by the El Abrazo Milonga
Discusion 7.30 - 8.30pm Milonga 8.45 - 11.00pm
£5 to dance socially at the Milonga; non- dancers are welcome to stay on for free as observes.
Tonight El Abrazo Milonga hosts a new event, a free discussion session about dancing Tango socially.
Glasgow Tango Studio’s co-founders, dance professionals Sari Lievonen and Jeff Allan will present some
thoughts in relation to issues like what it is to be a tango dancer, the importance of learning about Tango
Etiquette and Floor-craft to open up a discussion between participants. You are welcome to come along to ask
questions and share your experience about social aspects of Tango dancing. If you would rather just listen
that’s fine as well. The session is suitable for non-dancers as well as those already having begun their tango
journey. The discussion is followed by the Milonga starting at 8.45pm with music from Tango DJ Jeff Allan.
Non- dancers are most welcome to stay on for free as observes.
In the CCA Clubroom 350 Sauchiehall St. Glasgow
- Tango Taster Class & El Abrazo Milonga
Taster Class for beginners 7-8pm
Talk / presentation 8-8.45pm
Social dancing (milonga) 8.45-11pm
At the CCA in the Clubroom 350 Sauchiehall St. Glasgow.
£8 / person for the Beginner's Taster Class and Talk
£13 for a couple Taster Class and Talk
£5 Milonga + Talk / Milonga only
Pre-booking your place for the Tango Taster Class is recommended.
Contact Sari_lievonen@hotmail.com Phone or text 07495 522 377 to book your place.
Tonight El Abrazo Milonga will host a taster class of Argentine Tango for total beginners from 7-8pm.
Come and discover the simple secrets of this passionate dance. To dance socially we have to create the
Tango connection. Thereafter we can communicate with our partners in this beautiful movement language.
We walk in unison to interpret the music and will enjoy the first steps of our tango journey. Please wear
comfy clothes and ideally leather/suede soled shoes (to allow pivoting). For followers little bit of heel is
better than no heel, while for leaders ordinary low heel is fine. The class is followed by a 45-minute long
talk and presentation that reveals historical facts and cultural details explaining how this wonderful music
and dance has come to be enjoyed globally in the 21st century. The presentation by Glasgow Tango Studio’s
co-founders, dance professionals Sari Lievonen and Jeff Allan, is suitable for non-dancers as well as those
already having begun their tango journey. After the talk at 8.45pm, the evening will continue with over two
hours of social dancing in the Milonga with music from Tango DJ Jeff Allan.
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