What we're about

Creating a tango community in Detroit. Making Argentine Tango accessible and fun for Detroiters while socializing and learning about the culture. We provide lessons and workshops and a social atmosphere. Perfect for those who need to forget the workday and be enveloped by the famous tango embrace. We are beginner friendly and convinced it is the easiest dance to learn, within the simplicity lies the complexity. Two left feet or so called non-dancers be careful it is simply contagious.

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Argentine Tango Guided Practica in Midtown @ N'Namdi on Wednesday

The N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art

Argentine dancers Alex Moore and Randy Fisher will begin hosting an Argentine Tango practica at the N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Spring 2016. Where you can learn tango or practice what you have. The practica is a mixed level. There is some instruction and application, absolute beginners should show up right at 6pm to get the best use of the time. The practica meets the students at their level. At the Practica we will play music so that everyone across levels can practice their steps techniques or whatever, ask questions and most importantly, have fun dancing! About the Instructors: Randy began dancing tango in 2000 and, after years of dancing/teaching between Buenos Aires and San Francisco, moved home to Detroit to begin the Detroit Tango Project in 2011. Alex grew up dancing and began tango in 2008 in Buenos Aires. She moved from NYC to Detroit in 2012, where she now teaches dance and yoga and practices Thai massage. Both Randy and Alex are avid social dancers, celebrating dance for physical and mental health and as a way to build connection and to connect us with community. Cost: $10 and there are punch cards are available for even more savings. Things to bring: Brings shoes that allow you to pivot....example leather sole shoes work nicely. Or socks to put over you other shoes but not your outdoor shoes. Bring a dry pair of comfy shoes.

Argentine Tango Guided Practica in Midtown @ N'Namdi on Wednesday

The N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art

Argentine dancers Alex Moore and Randy Fisher will begin hosting an Argentine Tango practica at the N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Spring 2016. Where you can learn tango or practice what you have. The practica is a mixed level. There is some instruction and application, absolute beginners should show up right at 6pm to get the best use of the time. The practica meets the students at their level. At the Practica we will play music so that everyone across levels can practice their steps techniques or whatever, ask questions and most importantly, have fun dancing! About the Instructors: Randy began dancing tango in 2000 and, after years of dancing/teaching between Buenos Aires and San Francisco, moved home to Detroit to begin the Detroit Tango Project in 2011. Alex grew up dancing and began tango in 2008 in Buenos Aires. She moved from NYC to Detroit in 2012, where she now teaches dance and yoga and practices Thai massage. Both Randy and Alex are avid social dancers, celebrating dance for physical and mental health and as a way to build connection and to connect us with community. Cost: $10 and there are punch cards are available for even more savings. Things to bring: Brings shoes that allow you to pivot....example leather sole shoes work nicely. Or socks to put over you other shoes but not your outdoor shoes. Bring a dry pair of comfy shoes.

Argentine Tango Guided Practica in Midtown @ N'Namdi on Wednesday

The N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art

Argentine dancers Alex Moore and Randy Fisher will begin hosting an Argentine Tango practica at the N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Spring 2016. Where you can learn tango or practice what you have. The practica is a mixed level. There is some instruction and application, absolute beginners should show up right at 6pm to get the best use of the time. The practica meets the students at their level. At the Practica we will play music so that everyone across levels can practice their steps techniques or whatever, ask questions and most importantly, have fun dancing! About the Instructors: Randy began dancing tango in 2000 and, after years of dancing/teaching between Buenos Aires and San Francisco, moved home to Detroit to begin the Detroit Tango Project in 2011. Alex grew up dancing and began tango in 2008 in Buenos Aires. She moved from NYC to Detroit in 2012, where she now teaches dance and yoga and practices Thai massage. Both Randy and Alex are avid social dancers, celebrating dance for physical and mental health and as a way to build connection and to connect us with community. Cost: $10 and there are punch cards are available for even more savings. Things to bring: Brings shoes that allow you to pivot....example leather sole shoes work nicely. Or socks to put over you other shoes but not your outdoor shoes. Bring a dry pair of comfy shoes.

Argentine Tango Guided Practica in Midtown @ N'Namdi on Wednesday

The N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art

Argentine dancers Alex Moore and Randy Fisher will begin hosting an Argentine Tango practica at the N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Spring 2016. Where you can learn tango or practice what you have. The practica is a mixed level. There is some instruction and application, absolute beginners should show up right at 6pm to get the best use of the time. The practica meets the students at their level. At the Practica we will play music so that everyone across levels can practice their steps techniques or whatever, ask questions and most importantly, have fun dancing! About the Instructors: Randy began dancing tango in 2000 and, after years of dancing/teaching between Buenos Aires and San Francisco, moved home to Detroit to begin the Detroit Tango Project in 2011. Alex grew up dancing and began tango in 2008 in Buenos Aires. She moved from NYC to Detroit in 2012, where she now teaches dance and yoga and practices Thai massage. Both Randy and Alex are avid social dancers, celebrating dance for physical and mental health and as a way to build connection and to connect us with community. Cost: $10 and there are punch cards are available for even more savings. Things to bring: Brings shoes that allow you to pivot....example leather sole shoes work nicely. Or socks to put over you other shoes but not your outdoor shoes. Bring a dry pair of comfy shoes.

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