Corrientes Tango Express Presents How to Learn Tango in 10 Steps, a ground breaking foundation course learning to dance the Argentine Tango in an easy, clear and detailed structure with a progressive method to lead you confidently into your next dancing level.

The 10 individual lessons course covers the principals and fundamentals of the A.Tango together with technical demonstrations from the leader and follower’s side of the dance. A thorough course with 10 popular steps:

La Base, La Base Cruzada, Ochos, Sandwich, Barrida, Amagues, Base Continuada to Media Luna and the basic Giro.


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10 Individual Tango Lessons

                      2 Bonus Lessons

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Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from Mina and Giraldo Argentine Tango coaches featured on UK TV Dance Show BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, renown for their precise teaching methods, knowledge and experience in taking novice tango enthusiasts into proficient tango aficionados.

Trained directly by legendary milongueros from Buenos Aires Tango’s Golden Age: Carlos Gavito, Puppy Castello, Raúl Bravo, Mingo y Ester Pugliese, Carlitos y Rosa Pérez and from second generation Osvaldo Zotto, Gustavo Naveira, Julio Balmaceda, Gabriel y Natalia Angió and Roberto Herrera amongst others great tango legends.

Mina and Giraldo possess an unequalled wealth of compounding tango traditions and styles from Argentina’s most celebrated dramatic and emotive social dance.

Their work span for over 25 years and have been featured on BBC, Channel4, Films and touring Theatre and West End Productions including Sadler’s Wells and BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.

Their choreography work for Strictly has been praised as

“Clean, precise, incredible.” Craig Revel Horwood

“Tour de force” Bruno Tonioli

A “knock-out routine”. “The cleverness of the choreography and footwork was fantastic” Len Goodman.

“My teachers Mina and Giraldo show me a depth of emotion and true partnership when they danced which was as touching as it was technically impressing”. Katie Derham BBC3 ‘Sound of Dance”