Thursday, July 5th at 8pm-11:45pm

IWONA And PABLO & Maria Aldrete DJing

Pablo, who is originally from the suburbs of Buenos Aires, has studied tango with various master teachers in his home country and in the United States. Iwona explored a few other forms of dance before taking up tango, which she has studied in depth and practiced locally. Pablo and Iwona teach the Argentine tango classes at Princeton Adult School and they teach regularly at Viva Tango in Princeton, where they are artists in residence.

Thursday, July 12th at 8pm-11:45pm


Four-time US Tango Championships finalists, Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena will teach a lesson. A milonga will follow the lesson.

Thursday, July 19th at 8pm-11:45pm


Michael Nadtochi has been a professional dancer for more than two decades. His vast dance experience consists of performing, competing, choreographing and educating dancers and professionals all over the world. For the past 14 years Michael focused entirely on performing and teaching the art of Argentine Tango. He has traveled the world, took part in major international tango festivals where he taught and performed at some of the most spectacular venues. Germany, Italy, Denmark, Turkey, Russia, Belarus, Cyprus, Malaysia, Canada, Scotland are among the countries that he visited as special guests and performing artist. He has taught and performed in the major tango festivals in the USA, and he has been one of the dancers at Malbec & Tango House NYC – the first authentic nightly Argentine Tango show produced in USA.

45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ
8:00 Doors Open
8:10 Workshop by Roberto & Jacklyn
9 to 11:45 Milonga
Socialize around our food table
Partner not needed
Beginners and spectators welcome
Off street, lighted parking
Tango clothing on display

Cost $15 (full time students $5) 

Coming Events

7/26 Live Music by IL FAUT

8/2 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

8/9 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena –Roberto DJing

8/16  Michael Nadtoch with dance partner Paulita from London

8/23 Live Music Maurizio Najt, Javier Sanchez and Pablo Lanouguere