Argentine Tango

Argentine Tango

Argentine Tango originated in  Buenos Aires, Argentina from the late 1800’s through the early 1900’s.

Argentine Tango dance is a social dance that accompanies tango music. It is an energetic, playful, and passionate dance involving two dance partners which are a great potential for connection and expression. It is referred to as a passionate dance because of the close attachment between the dance floor partners. Argentine Tango dance is characterized by the urge to listen to and talk with the dance partner. It involves both the leader and a follower. The leader offers an invitation to the follower through embrace while the follower decides on the way to accept the leader’s invitation. Both of them maintain a harmony and connection throughout the dance.

Argentine Tango is now an international dance form performed in almost all major cities around the world. Many people think of ballroom whenever tango is mentioned. Argentine Tango is more than just a dance but it teaches a lot about how people can grow individually and in a relationship. The posture helps the dancers get more intimate and connected to their partners

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