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CRANBROOK Tango NEWS
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Regular classes are scheduled to re-commence September 19 however, private lessons are still available for residents of Cranbrook and Kimberley . See bottom of page for contact information.

 

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What Tango is Really About
A "spine tingling" video featuring
Colette Hebert and Richard Council
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Let's Talk Tango

 

 

 

"If you can walk, you can tango"

(we will teach you to walk)

Ni El Hombre Sin El Tango
Ni El Tango Sin La Mujer

AT LAST

Many thanks to friends and family who suprised us in 2016 with a super 50th anniversary gift, A thankyou page has been prepared complete with photos

Dennis and Sharlene

 


 

This week's student video
(The Torso Lead)

OUR FAVOURITE TANGO FUN VIDEO
(WAIT FOR IT)

"He who has a passion carries it with him at all times!"
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Tango Music from Budapest, Hungary

 

That was a Great Start !

but we missed you
2018 fall classes at The Stage Door
11 11 Ave S, Cranbrook, BC
$5.00/person/evening

Cranbrook Tango Fall Classes
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Is Tango your downfall ?
with appologies for the spanglish

suenostango.ca tango tangle

we can help!

 

Our Fall "tango for (tango) virgins Class

Tango For (tango) Virgins

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About The Instructors

Sharlene and Dennis have been dancing Argentine Tango since 2005. They offer Argentine tango dance instruction at beginner and intermediate levels to students from Cranbrook and Kimberley, even as far away as Invermere and Fernie. Ages range from 16 to 70 years of age with some possible exceptions for younger students.

Argentine Tango is an Improvisational Dance

When dancing Argentine Tango, the follower never knows from moment to moment, what the leader will ask her to do. The leader takes the music and silently hands it to her in bursts, using only the language of his body. As he feels the follower accept this lead, they move together in oneness and in harmony. Focus is not on steps nor on patterns, but great emphasis is placed on the connection between the dancers and with the music. Once the principles of lead and follow are acquired, steps and patterns fall into place easily.


Dennis & Sharlene Parker
250 426-9452 (cell)
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