Next update 17 August 2022, Schedules and summer courses 2022
For this level:
Turning work, sequences mixing different types of complex movement, changes of direction, drags, glides, saccades, boleos and hooks.
Schedules of N 4 Friday 20: 20h
Times to make up classes, Level 3 Tuesday 8:15 p.m., Level 2 Tuesday 7:00 p.m., Wednesday 7:15 p.m.,
Schedules Next term, June 2022
Do you want to know if you are up to the challenge?
How do you know if you are ready for the intermediate level? Very easy, you can always try the class or come to the practices to get our opinion and support.
- It is not necessary to pay tuition, minimum registration period 3 months. Payment will be made on the first day of class.
- Maximum of 6 months at this level. It is not necessary to register as a couple.
- You can make up missed classes, at any time of your level
- In order to coordinate the balancing of classes and recover them, it is mandatory to communicate absences in advance by WhatsApp, (we will return to class by class balancing at the end of restraints) to the 635 80 33 75 , or by e-mail to email@example.com
- Milonga student contribution – Friday practice €6 (Students-members), Saturdays €3 (Students-members)
- You can join once the quarter has started, after consultation, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 635 803 375 and we will advise you.
- Check our discount policy, send us an e-mail to email@example.com
- School rules and conditions
- We comply with the anticovid 19 regulations, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTION, €125 PER PERSON.
CHECK OUR EXCLUSIVE OFFERS FOR LEVEL 4, THROUGH THE E-MAIL CONTACT@BARNATANGO.COM OR WHATSAPP 635 80 33 75
Now you are a tango dancer, dancer, experienced, experienced, you feel like a milonguero, which is like in slang we say to those who frequently go to the milongas to dance, well not to everyone, only to those who cannot help it and go several times a week to dance tangos, milongas and Creole waltzes. You know more than enough about the emotion when when you approach the place of the appointment on the tango night, you hear the bars of the tango in the milonga you are approaching, even in the street you are able to hear the notes of that batch that you don't want to lose yourself, your hair stands on end, you get restless and speed up, a slight euphoria envelops you and your heart races. For those of you who are reading this and it hasn't happened to you yet, if you keep dancing, deepening and going to the milongas, be sure it will happen to you, for those of you who haven't danced yet, I'm not exaggerating or idealizing at all, that's the way it is and so you can count. Above I have referred to the tanda, which is the way of managing the music used by tango DJs is known. In the milongas the tangos are usually performed in batches of 4, sometimes 3, usually by the same author and period, sometimes there are slight changes in this organization. The time span between batch and batch is marked with a Musical curtain, to the taste of the dj (rock, jazz, reggae, funk, blues, flamenco…) lasts around 20-30 seconds and is used to end the batch and announce the next one. It is common for pairs of dancers, who improvise almost every batch, to dance a complete batch, sometimes more. This organization allows couples to blend in order to reach a maximum degree of connection and improvisation as the batch progresses, apart from the comfort and practicality when organizing, so to speak, the dance card of that night. The most traditional and accepted organization of the batches is; 4 tangos, 4 tangos, 4 milongas, 4 tangos, 4 tangos and 4 waltzes, although this is not always the case, some more alternative DJs have their own and original ways of organizing the tandas, some, very few, even without curtains.