Join Phil Robison and Debra Bullington to learn what to do when you hear that milonga (fast syncopated) music start up at the milonga (social dance). Dancing to milonga music has its own rules and assumptions which are different from classic tango. These classes are geared for all levels, though the second class is definitely more challenging (and
builds on the first class). Close embrace is recommended but not required. Word on the street is that some women will do the class as leaders, so that means we would love to have more followers. Are there any men out there who would consider taking the class as followers?
Milonga Traspie (Syncopated Milonga) Learn how and when to add quick steps into your milonga dancing. We will start with quick side-stepping and then cover the art of successful quick weight changes, rock-steps and touch steps. If all goes well, we can include syncopated ocho-cortados, as well. $15 per class or $25 for both (per person).