9 Milongas 43 Hours of Dancing.
Wednesday April 17-21, 2024
Wednesday April 17th
Thursday April 18th Mixer
Thursday April 18th
Friday April 19th
Friday April 19th
White Out Night
Saturday April 20th Alternative
Saturday April 20th
8 pm-5 am
Dress To Impress!
Sunday April 21st
Sunday April 21st
Homer and Cristina both started their tango obsession in 1997, though they didn’t meet each other until they both attended an all-night milonga in Berkeley in 2001. After signing-up as dance partners at a Portland... Read More
Korey Ireland (Berlin) Korey numbers amongst a particularly small group in tango with substantial professional experience and training in both tango music and tango dance. Between 2000-2010 he taught dancers or directed tango orchestras in... Read More
Alex Krebs has been dancing tango for 28 years, teaching worldwide for 26 years, and playing bandoneon for 21 years. He is still in love with the dance, the music and culture of tango, and... Read More
For many years Brian has been an aspiring tango teacher and leader in the Los Angeles tango community. His background in various dance forms along with his passion for learning equips him with unorthodox strategies... Read More
Daniela is an internationally recognized tango instructor holding an MFA in Dance from Arizona State University as well as training with bio-mechanist, Katy Bowman. With a 25 year tango career, which included competing in 5... Read More
Carrie Field fell in love with tango in 2004. After much study and many trips to Buenos Aires she noticed a missing educational experience for tango dancers and created Tango Inform in order to fill... Read More
Ayano travels frequently for tango, dancing in milongas around the world, including a pilgrimage she makes yearly to Buenos Aires. She regularly DJs at the local milongas in the San Francisco Bay Area where she... Read More
Lampis has been fascinated by tango and continuously tries to expand his understanding of this complex art form. Playing the right tanda at the right time is critical for an emotionally fulfilling evening of dancing... Read More
From San Diego, Brick has been DJing for dancers over a decade for both Tango and other genres. He DJs at festivals around the USA, and has DJed in Buenos Aires. With a a love... Read More
Korey numbers amongst a particularly small group in tango with substantial professional experience and training in both tango music and tango dance. Between 2000-2010 he taught dancers or directed tango orchestras in nearly all of... Read More
Karena started dancing tango in 2011 in Tucson, where she became drawn to the tranquilness of the embrace, the friendly culture, and the beautiful movement to the music. In 2014 she was invited by a... Read More
Greg was introduced to tango in 2005 in San Diego. He quickly grew to love tango and a few years later decided to try his hand at DJing, picking up tips and gaining experience. His... Read More
The Tucson Marriott University Park is in the heart of the University of Arizona restaurant and shopping district. It is also on the Streetcar line that runs through the 4th Ave Arts District and into downtown Tucson all with in a 2 mile stretch. The streetcar is currently free.
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