March programing ends with the amazing Eleonora Kalganova who hosts the milonga along with DimOn (aka Dmitri). This will be a fun night. April kicks off with live music on April 6th.  Juan Villarreal and Patricio Crom return to VivaTango to provide live music for the milonga. Details of these events are described in this newsletter. 

At VivaTango – You Will Dance!


Thursday March 30th Eleonora Kalganova and DJ DimOn will host a milonga. Eleonora is an accomplished instructor and a spontaneous dancer who has danced all over the world. She will teach an all-levels class at 7 PM. DimOn the Tango DJ will play tandas for your dancing pleasure that feed your tango feeling. Lesson 7:00, Milonga 8:15. Lesson $15, Milonga $15, Both $20. Check out this video of Elenora at VivaTango February 2 of this year.


Thursday April 6th will feature live music by Juan Villarreal and Patricio Crom. Juan is a singer, guitarist and composer; and Patricio is an arranger, composer, and guitarist. Juan and Patricio return to VivaTango to kick off their second North American tour. Their 2022 performance at Viva Tango was a great success. Since then, they were featured on the cover of Tangodanza Magazine. Those of you who attended last year will want to dance to their music again, and if you didn’t get to hear them last year, don’t miss hearing them April 6th. Meredith Klein will DJ between the sets of live music. Doors open at 7 PM. $20. EVENT LINK


Monday night Tango in Red Bank

Phadelphia Tango Festival  May 26 through Monday, May 29


We remind dancers that they should not come if they have any symptoms or have been exposed to people who have Covid. Masks are recommended, but optional.


We urge dancers to bring their water bottle from home to cut down on single use bottles. There is a chilled water fountain next to the bathroom to refill your water bottles with chilled water and a cold/hot water dispenser in the entry to help keep you hydrated.


VivaTango is located at 45 Stockton Street, Princeton New Jersey. We have an off-street parking lot at the venue. The dance floor is in the smaller of the two buildings. The venue is easily accessed by rail from NYC and Philly. Just get a ticket to Princeton (not Princeton Junction). You get off the train at Princeton Junction and take a shuttle train to Princeton. The venue is 8 blocks from the Princeton Train Station (0.8 mi.).


VivaTango continues to need help to make events run smoothly. Volunteering is a great way to get to know your fellow dancers. If interested contact Sylvie

Thanks for dancing at VivaTango. If you have any comments, questions or suggestions please email me at Dennis