Tango is coming to your neighbourhood: inscriptions are open for the new Tango Salon course!
Starting Wednesday 30 October, for 5 weeks
7.00pm – 8.30pm
This course is about Tango, which is a cultural expression from Buenos Aires, famous worldwide as a passionate couple’s dance. Tango Salon can be danced in an open or close embrace. Tango Salon is different from ballroom because it is an improvised, elegant social tango which is danced worldwide in milongas (social dances).
No dance partner is required, so you can come along alone because everyone will move around to practice dancing with each other, although we cannot guarantee an equal mix of genders. We want you to enjoy, get fitter and gain confidence on the dance floor. You will learn how to freely interpret music and get the basic idea of tango dancing and culture. The course will teach you how to enjoy a different kind of couple´s dance; to understand creativity and improvisation as central principles of dancing and to embrace Tango as a whole cultural expression.
About your tutor:
Christian Fernandez Perotti has recently arrived in Cambridge directly from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has been teaching traditional tango for five years using the TangoCreativo method.
Where and how to contact:
Bottisham Village College, Lode Road, Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, CB25 9DL.
You can contact them at 01223 811372 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What you will need to bring to the first session:
- Comfortable clothes.
- No special shoes are needed, although trainers are not good as they are too ‘grippy’.
- Bottle of water.
- Please complete a pre-exercise Health Questionnaire, available from BVC’s website, before coming along to the first session.
We aim to provide an ‘improvers’ course after Christmas so that you can learn further skills. When you are feeling confident with your new tango skills, you will find that there are several social tango events in Cambridge. Your tutor will be able to tell you more about these.
Course fees are payable in full at the time of booking. Bookings and course fees must be made at least 5 working days before the start of the course.
How to book and pay for your course:
Wisepay can be used to book and pay for your course. Please see BVC’s website for full details. If you use Wisepay, you do not need to complete a separate booking form.
You can collect a booking form from the Adult Learning office and return it by post with a cheque payable to Bottisham Village College.
You can download a booking form from our website and email it to BVC. You can then ring the Adult Learning office during opening hours to pay by card.
- In Person
You can complete a booking form in the Adult Learning office and pay by card, cash/cheque up to 5 days before the course is due to start.