VivaTango Newsletter

Last Thursday’s magical milonga was enjoyed by 57 dancers. Live music was a pleasure to hear. Maurizio and Shinjoo played with great spirit and passion. Their performance matched the reputation of their tango musical careers. Tango DJ DimOn filled out the night with his carefully composed selection of tandas.

We thank all the dancers who turned out to support the live music and the tango community. We were happy to see some new faces again last week. If you have not come back to tango in Princeton yet we hope to see you this coming Thursday. We start the month of September with a wonderful event. Come enjoy the end of summer Tango.


Thursday September 2nd

Iwona and Pablo will teach an advanced sequence with a focus on roundness and flow for beautiful and musical dancing. The lesson title is: Unveiling the secrets of advanced roundness and flow.

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. 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.

Maria Aldrete joins us from Philadelphia. She is a popular DJ in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  She will play tandas that will make for an enchanting evening.

For Your Safety

All dancers must have been vaccinated with their final shot at least two weeks before the event and are required to wear a mask covering the mouth and nose. Sanitation stations are provided, the dance floor is large, the ceiling is high, and the ventilation has been upgraded with high efficiency filters for your safety. Dancers are urged to bring their own water bottle. Dancers should not come if they are not feeling well, have been exposed to a person with Covid in the past 2 weeks, or are awaiting results for a Covid test. Attendance records are kept for each event so that contact tracing can be done if there.

See you on Thursday!


45 Stockton Street

Princeton, NJ