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Elegant Movement down Line of Dance. Will be taught at the Fundamentals of Tango Lesson.
Switching Spaces will be taught at the Intermediate Lesson. This class is about how we can create sharp and dynamic rotations in very little space.

Richard Council

8:00 PM – An all level class (beginners are welcome) Fundamentals of Tango.
8:45 Intermediate class: \ Sharp and dynamic rotations in very little space.
9:45 – 11:45 – Practica, Food, Socializing in cozy club atmosphere.
Grace Stanley author of “The Healing Dance” will be at VivaTango with her book all evening so come look at her book and chat with her.

Location is Suzanne Patterson Building at 45 Stockton St, Princeton.
Large and beautiful dance floor with off-street parking at the entrance.
Partner is not necessary.
Cost $15

Directions and Details at http://www.VivaTango.org

Bio: Richard Council began dancing tango in 2001 and has since taught and performed on stage and television throughout the United States and abroad. In 2003 he, with partner Colette Hebert, won the US IDO Argentine Tango Championships in Miami, Florida. They were finalists in the Tango Salon division and semi-finalists in the Stage Performance division of the World Championships held in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2005. He has been an invited performer on the Susana Gimenez Show in Argentina, the Tango Libertad Festival in Japan and many milongas and theaters in those countries as well as all over the United States. He has taught and performed at the Portland Tango festivals a number of times. In addition to performing with Hebert in the short film “The Heart of Tango” he has also had the pleasure to share the stage with company members of Tango X 2, Forever Tango, Tango Fire, Tango Argentino and more.

Richard’s reputation as a tango dancer and educator has begun to spread to more and more cities around the United States. He makes every effort to break concepts down into a manageable yet sophisticated vocabulary encouraging others to dance to their fullest potential and with their own voice. He is appreciated for his elegant approach to tango and the clear and precise methodology of his teaching. Richard continues to sharpen his skills as a dancer and teacher so that he might educate others in the rich language that is Argentine Tango.

There are two other upcoming special events to dance Tango in Princeton.

Monday June 16 the Princeton Tango club will hold a practilonga https://www.facebook.com/events/1420864321525828/

SUNDAY JUNE 29TH VivaTango will hold a milonga with live music to dance to. Dancing from 6 to 9 PM at the Suzanne Patterson Building.