Thursday, August 3d , 8pm-11:30pm Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu workshop, Milonga Danelle DJing

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Thursday,  August 3d  8pm – 11:30pm

Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu workshop

Milonga, DJing by Danelle Knapp

 

8pm- doors open

8:15pm  – Lesson

9:15pm – 11:30pm  Milonga

Guided Practica following lesson

 

Suzanne Patterson Building at 45 Stockton St, Princeton
Large hard-wood dance floor with off-street parking at the entrance
Socialize around VivaTango’s Food and Beverage tables
Partner is not necessary – Beginners welcome
Cost $15 and $5 for students

 

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 currently artists in residence.

********  Coming Events ******************

8/10 Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova – Michael DJing

8/17  Live Music – Murizio with bandoneonist Javier Sanchez

8/24 Junior Cervila and Guadalupe Garcia

8/31 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

9/7 Luciano Capparelli and  Rocio de los Santos – TangoTrace*

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Sunday, July 30th SPECIAL Workshop by Pablo Garcia Gomez & Iwona Ionescu – Heartbeat of a Song – Rediscovering Tango Musicality

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SPECIAL Workshop by Pablo Garcia Gomez & Iwona Ionescu – Sunday, July 30,

at Suzanne Patterson, 45 Stockton St, Princeton

Heartbeat of a Song  – Rediscovering Tango Musicality
In this workshop participants will learn an easy-to-use, new approach to improve their musicality skills.  Dancers will learn how to meaningfully connect to the music and their partners
learn about the structure of tango songs
confidently plan steps and sequences based on phrases and parts of songs
lead with clarity and follow with confidence, enjoying embellishing
dance to various rhythms (simple, double, half time, syncopation, and off-beat)
dance to different melodies
apply musicality to different songs and styles

1-2 PM: Open practica, registration, and warm up

2-4 PM: Musicality Workshop

4-5 PM: Guided musicality practica

Price: $25

You can register the day of the event. You can also register ahead of time by contacting Pablo & Iwona at: connectiontango.princeton@gmail.com

********  Coming Events ******************

8/3 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu – Danelle DJing

8/10 Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova – Michael DJing

8/17  Live Music – Murizio with bandoneonist Javier Sanchez

8/24 Junior Cervila and Guadalupe Garcia

8/31 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

9/7 Luciano Capparelli and  Rocio de los Santos – TangoTrace*

Thursday, July 27, 8pm-11:30pm, at Viva Tango Live music with Nick Franco. Maria Aldrete is DJing

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Thursday, July 27, 8pm-11:30pm,

at Viva Tango Live music with Nick Franco.

Maria Aldrete is DJing
45 Stockton Street Princeton NJ

8:00 PM – Doors Open

DJing by Maria Aldrete

 

 

 

 

 
Nick Franco, became enamored with the passion of tango music during his graduate school days at the University of Miami in FLA.  There, he lived in an apartment next to “portenos”, a couple from Buenos Aires, who played tango tapes whenever they were home.  Eventually, he began playing tangos for them.  Over the past ten years, Nick has taken advantage of every opportunity to play the music for dancers and to dance himself at venues in the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia/ New Jersey areas.
Nick has performed as a soloist and in five to fifteen piece orchestras at private homes and clubs, at public venues, and on cruise ships throughout New England, from Palm Beach to Miami Beach, Fla , in the Baltimore/ Washington, DC area  and in Pennsylvania.

Socialize around our food Table

Partner not needed

Beginners and spectators welcome

Off street lighted parking at door

Cost $15 (full time students $5)

********  Coming Events ******************

7/30 5th Sunday – Heartbeat of a Song – Workshop by Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

8/3 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu – Danelle DJing

8/10 Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova – Michael DJing

8/17  Live Music – Murizio with bandoneonist Javier Sanchez

8/24 Junior Cervila and Guadalupe Garcia

8/31 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

9/7 Luciano Capparelli and  Rocio de los Santos – TangoTrace*

SPECIAL Workshop by Pablo Garcia Gomez & Iwona Ionescu – Sunday, July 30, at Suzanne Patterson, 45 Stockton St, Princeton

Heartbeat of a Song  – Rediscovering Tango Musicality
In this workshop participants will learn an easy-to-use, new approach to improve their musicality skills.  Dancers will

learn how to meaningfully connect to the music and their partners
learn about the structure of tango songs
confidently plan steps and sequences based on phrases and parts of songs
lead with clarity and follow with confidence, enjoying embellishing
dance to various rhythms (simple, double, half time, syncopation, and off-beat)
dance to different melodies
apply musicality to different songs and styles
1-2 PM: Open practica, registration, and warm up

2-4 PM: Musicality Workshop

4-5 PM: Guided musicality practica

Price: $25

You can register the day of the event. You can also register ahead of time by contacting Pablo & Iwona at: connectiontango.princeton@gmail.com

Thursday, July 20, 8pm-11:30pm, Jacklyn & Roberto Lesson and Milonga with US National Finalists Jacklyn and Roberto.

Thursday, July 20, 8pm-11:30pm,

Jacklyn & Roberto Lesson and Milonga

US National Finalists Jacklyn and Roberto.

45 Stockton Street Princeton NJ

8:00 PM – Doors Open

8:15 Lesson

9:00 Milonga

DJing by Jacklyn and Roberto

Socialize around our food Table

Partner not needed

Beginners and spectators welcome

Off street lighted parking at door

Cost $15 (full time students $5)

Jacklyn Shapiro began studying ballroom and Latin dancing at the age of 12 and performed and competed in this venue. Her introduction to Argentine Tango was a transformative experience giving her the opportunity to bring all of the elements together: Sensuality, connection and the desire to express her inner-self.

Roberto Pena grew up in a family of tangueros in Buenos Aires. His tango roots took hold and he studied with tango masters. Deep inside he felt that no matter how much he was able to absorb from the masters a critical component of his dance was missing – someone who was able to reflect an equal amount of spirit and ambition.

Roberto and Jacklyn found each other 5 years ago. After her first dances with Roberto, Jacklyn realized that Tango offers something unique – the ability to dance from the heart, be yourself and feel as though no one is watching. Roberto found that dancing with Jacklyn gave him the opportunity to express himself and take his dancing to the next level.

Today, Jacklyn and Roberto take every opportunity to learn from each other, maintain an open mind and grow together as they continue on their tango Journey. They love to perform and teach. With each passing day, they aspire to become more versatile dancers and stay true to what Tango is at its core: Love, Passion, Creation and a form of Expression.

********  Coming Events ******************

7/27 Live Music by Nick Franco Maria Aldrete

7/30 5th Sunday – Heartbeat of a Song – Workshop by Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

8/3 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu – Danelle DJing

8/10 Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova – Michael DJing

8/17  Live Music – Murizio with bandoneonist Javier Sanchez

8/24 Junior Cervila and Guadalupe Garcia

8/31 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

9/7 Luciano Capparelli and  Rocio de los Santos – TangoTrace*

SPECIAL Workshop by Pablo Garcia Gomez & Iwona Ionescu – Sunday, July 30, at Suzanne Patterson, 45 Stockton St, Princeton

Heartbeat of a Song  – Rediscovering Tango Musicality

In this workshop participants will learn an easy-to-use, new approach to improve their musicality skills.  Dancers will

  • learn how to meaningfully connect to the music and their partners
  • learn about the structure of tango songs
  • confidently plan steps and sequences based on phrases and parts of songs
  • lead with clarity and follow with confidence, enjoying embellishing
  • dance to various rhythms (simple, double, half time, syncopation, and off-beat)
  • dance to different melodies
  • apply musicality to different songs and styles

1-2 PM: Open practica, registration, and warm up

2-4 PM: Musicality Workshop

4-5 PM: Guided musicality practica

Price: $25

You can register the day of the event. You can also register ahead of time by contacting Pablo & Iwona at: connectiontango.princeton@gmail.com

Thursday July 13th, 8pm, Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova Lesson, Practica, Michael is DJing

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Thursday July 13th, 8pm-11:30pm,

Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova Lesson, Milonga, Michael is DJing

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                  Thursday, June 1st, 8 PM

Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova!

    Workshop and Practica/Dancing

                   Michael is DJing

MishaElla8 PM Doors Open
8:15   Workshop
Milonga  9:15 to 11:45
DJing by Michael
Socialize around our food Table, Partner not needed, Beginners and non-dancers welcome, Off street lighted parking at door

Cost $15  (full time students $10)

 

When Michael & Eleonora met, they both realized that each one of them had a tattoo of a black panther… Perhaps this was a coincidence, but they believe that it was rather a sign of fate! Shortly after they decided to continue this exciting journey through life and dance together, forming a dance partnership based on respect for one another’s artistic views and desire to take Argentine Tango to a whole new level: exploring possibilities of fusing the most traditional form of this beautiful dance – tango being a social dance based on musicality & elegance with a more flexible and modern approach of a performing artist using the body as an instrument that is not limited to one particular style of movement or discipline.

Eleonora Kalganova was born and grew up in Tashkent (Uzbekistan). Her dance career started at 6 years old with ballroom dancing and for 10 years straight she was either a finalist or a winner of all the local competitions. In 2003 she entered ballet department of the national choreographic school, while simultaneously studying folk dances of Uzbekistan. Later she became one of the principal dancers in the prestigious Bolshoi Theater of Opera and ballet named after Alisher Navoi. In 2009 parallel to her ballet studies Eleonora started learning Argentine tango. By now  Eleonora Kalganova has won the following titles in Argentine Tango competitions:
– The winner of the Int.l tournament “Spartak Cup 2010” in the category “Show”
– Vice-champion of 3rd Russian Open Argentine tango tourny of  “TANGO CUP 2011”
– The winner of the International tournament “MOSCOW BALL 2012″, “EMPIRE CUP 2012″ in the category “Show

Eleonora’s philosophy revolves around the idea of being authentic and original rather than being a copy of another person…in dance and in life!

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.

Michael started to dance at the age of ten in Moscow, Russia. Ever since, dancing has been the main focus of his life. By the age of eighteen, his success as a performer and competitor in the global ballroom dance scene granted him the Russian National Youth Champion title and an honor to represent his country in the World Championship held in Slovenia.

With extensive travels all over Europe (France, Germany, England, Denmark, Norway, Czech Republic), Michael earned international recognition as a Ballroom Latin Dance competitor. In 1998, he moved to the United States and achieved even greater success and in two short years was awarded the title of “Top U.S. Professional National Dance Couple of the Year”. As a worldwide recognized dancer, he regularly takes part in dance festivals, major concert halls and theaters all over the globe, as well as making numerous TV commercial and film appearances as a principal dancer.

For the past 12 years Michael focused entirely on performing and teaching the art of Argentine Tango and in 2013 he has been one of the dancers at Malbec & Tango House NYC –  the first authentic nightly Argentine Tango show produced in USA.

His extensive list of teachers consists of Carlos Gavito, Osvaldo Zotto & Lorena Ermocida, Julio Balmaceda & Corina De La Rosa and many others who have been as an inspiration on a path of discovering his own Tango.
Michael Nadtochi is the founder and director of Argentine Tango Academy of New York and Zum Dance Entertainment. Being an artist he believes that the most important aspect of becoming a great dancer is the process of self-discovery. Classes and workshops are only tools to help one to find out who they really are and give the necessary technique to be able to express that through dance.

******  Upcoming events at Viva Tango ******

7/13 Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova

7/20 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

7/27 Live Music by Nick Franco

 *******  IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD **********

ARGENTINE TANGO BASICS  by Pablo Garcia and Iwona Ionescu

Tuesday Intermediate Course:  at the West Windsor Arts Center in Princeton Junction. http://www.jerseydance.com/Calendar.html
The class is every Tuesday from 8:30-10:30 pm, and it is followed by a practica.

The Art of Tango classes by Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova on Wednesdays at 7pm  at Bound Brook Elks, South Bound Brooks, NJ. .Princeton Find the directions here: http://www.theartoftango.club/classes

Thursday, July 6th 8pm – 11:30pm, Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu , DJing by Danelle Knapp

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Thursday,  July 6th 8pm – 11:30pm

Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu 

DJing by Danelle Knapp

 

8pm- doors open

8:15pm  – Lesson

9:15pm – 11:30pm  Milonga

Guided Practica following lesson

 

Suzanne Patterson Building at 45 Stockton St, Princeton
Large hard-wood dance floor with off-street parking at the entrance
Socialize around VivaTango’s Food and Beverage tables
Partner is not necessary – Beginners welcome
Cost $15 and $5 for students

 

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 currently artists in residence.

******  Upcoming events at Viva Tango ******

7/13 Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova

7/20 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

7/27 Live Music by Nick Franco

 *******  IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD **********

ARGENTINE TANGO BASICS  by Pablo Garcia and Iwona Ionescu

Tuesday Intermediate Course:  at the West Windsor Arts Center in Princeton Junction. http://www.jerseydance.com/Calendar.html
The class is every Tuesday from 8:30-10:30 pm, and it is followed by a practica.

The Art of Tango classes by Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova on Wednesdays at 7pm  at Bound Brook Elks, South Bound Brooks, NJ. .Princeton Find the directions here: http://www.theartoftango.club/classes

Thursday June 29th NJ 8:00 PM -11:30 PM at Viva Tango Guest Instructors Pablo Repun & Alicia Workshop and Milonga

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Thursday June 29th

Pablo Repun & Alicia

Workshop and Milonga by Guest Instructors

8:00 PM – Doors Open

8:15 Lesson

         9:15 Milonga            

Pablo Repun was born and raised in Buenos Aires. He studied with the “Masters” of Argentine Tango there. Pablo teaches all styles of Argentine tango. He has been teaching since 1993 and is known for his utmost concentration on the importance of posture, balance and technique for both Leaders and Followers.  Pablo taught workshops at many locations in Buenos Aires including cultural centers, universities and historical places like Café Tortoni and Café Homero Manzi in Buenos Aires. He has taught 5 times at CITA Congress. He has taught and performed on tours in the South America, Europe, and North America. He joins us at VivaTango on June 29th in his current tour of the US and Canada.

 

Alicia Caminos Repun was also born and raised in Argentina. She has been dancing with Pablo since 2002. She is a trained artist and designer and teaches alongside Pablo during group classes. Alicia joins Pablo at VivaTango.

http://www.pablorepuntango.com/videos/

Suzanne Patterson Building

Address : 45 Stockton St, Princeton NJ 08540

Socialize around VivaTango’s Food and Beverage tables
Partner is not necessary – Beginners welcome
Cost $15 and $5 for students

 

Plenty of off-street parking at the entrance

Large hard-wood dance floor

 

 

******  Upcoming events at Viva Tango ******

7/6 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

7/13 Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova

7/20 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

7/27 Live Music by Nick Franco

 *******  IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD **********

ARGENTINE TANGO BASICS  by Pablo Garcia and Iwona Ionescu

Tuesday Intermediate Course:  at the West Windsor Arts Center in Princeton Junction. http://www.jerseydance.com/Calendar.html
The class is every Tuesday from 8:30-10:30 pm, and it is followed by a practica.

Princeton Tango Club on Mondays with Robin Thomas, started on February 13th,

The Art of Tango classes by Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova on Wednesdays at 7pm  at Bound Brook Elks, South Bound Brooks, NJ. .Princeton Find the directions here: http://www.theartoftango.club/classes

 

 

 

Thursday, June 22nd – at Viva Tango – Milonga with Live Tango Music

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Thursday, June 22 – at Viva Tango 8:00pm-11:45pm

Milonga with Live Tango Music

Maurizio Najt, piano  and Javier Sanchez, bandoneon

Kerry Kay DJing

Meet up before the Milonga in the secret garden, in Princeton , from 6:45 to 7:45pm.See the information below.

Maurizio Najt, Piano, is a graduate of the Conservatorio Nacional de Música in Buenos Aires. He performed with “Amigos del Tango”; Forever Tango Orchestra; New York Tango Trio and other groups. Maurizio has performed in Lincoln Center Alice Tully Hall, Winter Garden, Philadelphia Kimmel Center, and the Argentine Embassy in Washington DC and Tokyo. He co-produced and directed the show “Crónicas de Buenos Aires”, a multimedia and educational review of the history of argentine tango in music and dance.

 

 

Javier Sanchez – Bandoneón, has toured the world with Orquesta Típica, Tango Pasión, Tango Viaje al Sentimiento, Pedro Chemes Group, Tango Emotión, Tanguera and Quinteto Típico Buenos Aires. Javier has performed in Buenos Aires tango shows including Café Tortoni, Chiquin Buenos Aires, Pigmalión Tango, El Viejo Almacén, Esquina de Carlos Gardel, Tango Porteño, Piazzolla Tango. Javier has numerous recordings.

 

Meet up the same Thursday , 22d from 6:45 to 7:45.You are also invited to meet up before the Live Music Milonga to socialize over snacks and beverages in a Secret Garden hidden in Princeton just 3 blocks from VivaTango’s Thursday Milonga. You can park at the Suzanne Patterson Building and walk to the meet up to avoid Princeton parking. Just walk from the parking lot to Nassau Street, cross Chambers and John Streets then look for 48 Nassau Street (door is between Club Monaco and Ralph Lauren stores). Go through door, up one flight of stairs and down hall to Secret Garden. Follow signs or follow the sound of tango music. Meet up is from 6:45 to 7:45. Call 609 577 0476 if you need help finding us.

Suzanne Patterson Building

Address : 45 Stockton St, Princeton NJ 08540

Socialize around VivaTango’s Food and Beverage tables
Partner is not necessary – Beginners welcome
Cost $15 and $5 for students

 

Plenty of off-street parking at the entrance

Large hard-wood dance floor

 

 

Upcoming events at Viva Tango

6/29 Guest instructors and performers Pablo Repun and Alicia

7/6 Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu

7/13 Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova

7/20 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena

7/27 Live Music by Nick Franco

 *******  IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD **********

ARGENTINE TANGO BASICS  by Pablo Garcia and Iwona Ionescu

Tuesday Intermediate Course:  at the West Windsor Arts Center in Princeton Junction. http://www.jerseydance.com/Calendar.html
The class is every Tuesday from 8:30-10:30 pm, and it is followed by a practica.

Princeton Tango Club on Mondays with Robin Thomas, started on February 13th,

The Art of Tango classes by Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova on Wednesdays at 7pm  at Bound Brook Elks, South Bound Brooks, NJ. .Princeton Find the directions here: http://www.theartoftango.club/classes

Thursday, June 15th – 8pm – 11:45pm – At Viva Tango – Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena –Jacklyn DJing

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THURSDAY, June 15th 8pm – 11:45pm

at Viva Tango

Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena, US National Finalists

Workshop

 Milonga, Jaclyn is DJing

8:00 PM – Doors Open

8:00 Lesson

9:00 Milonga

DJing by Jacklyn and Roberto

 

 

Jacklyn & Roberto Performing Tangos Danced at US Nationals

Jacklyn Shapiro began studying ballroom and Latin dancing at the age of 12 and performed and competed in this venue. Her introduction to Argentine Tango was a transformative experience giving her the opportunity to bring all of the elements together: Sensuality, connection and the desire to express her inner-self.

Roberto Pena grew up in a family of tangueros in Buenos Aires. His tango roots took hold and he studied with tango masters. Deep inside he felt that no matter how much he was able to absorb from the masters a critical component of his dance was missing – someone who was able to reflect an equal amount of spirit and ambition.

Roberto and Jacklyn found each other 5 years ago. After her first dances with Roberto, Jacklyn realized that Tango offers something unique – the ability to dance from the heart, be yourself and feel as though no one is watching. Roberto found that dancing with Jacklyn gave him the opportunity to express himself and take his dancing to the next level.

Today, Jacklyn and Roberto take every opportunity to learn from each other, maintain an open mind and grow together as they continue on their tango Journey. They love to perform and teach. With each passing day, they aspire to become more versatile dancers and stay true to what Tango is at its core: Love, Passion, Creation and a form of Expression.

EVENTS in THE NEIGHBORHOOD – Not To miss !

Upcoming events at Viva Tango

6/22 Music – Murizio with bandoneonist Javier Sanchez and Kerry Kay DJing Milonga

6/29 Guest instructors and performers Pablo Repun and Alicia

 

ARGENTINE TANGO BASICS  by Pablo Garcia and Iwona Ionescu

Tuesday Intermediate Course:  at the West Windsor Arts Center in Princeton Junction. http://www.jerseydance.com/Calendar.html
The class is every Tuesday from 8:30-10:00 pm, and it is followed by a brief practica.

Princeton Tango Club on Mondays with Robin Thomas, started on February 13th,

The Art of Tango classes by Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova on Wednesdays at 7pm  at Bound Brook Elks, South Bound Brooks, NJ. .Princeton Find the directions here: http://www.theartoftango.club/classes

Today, Thursday June 8th , 8pm – 11:30pm, Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu , Djing by Kerry Key

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Thursday June 8th , 8pm – 11:30pm 

Pablo Garcia Gomez and Iwona Ionescu 

Djing by Kerry Key

8pm- doors open

8:15pm  – Lesson

9:15pm – 11:30pm  Milonga

Guided Practica following lesson

 

Suzanne Patterson Building at 45 Stockton St, Princeton
Large hard-wood dance floor with off-street parking at the entrance
Socialize around VivaTango’s Food and Beverage tables
Partner is not necessary – Beginners welcome
Cost $15 and $5 for students

 

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 currently artists in residence.

UPCOMING EVENTS AT VIVA TANGO IN 2017

6/15 Jacklyn Shapiro and Roberto Pena –Jacklyn DJing

6/22 Music – Murizio with bandoneonist Javier Sanchez – Kerry DJing

6/29 Pablo Repunhttps://www.facebook.com/repuntango

n the neighborhood

ARGENTINE TANGO  by Pablo Garcia and Iwona Ionescu . Tuesday Intermediate Course:  at the West Windsor Arts Center in Princeton Junction. http://www.jerseydance.com/Calendar.html
The class is every Tuesday from 8:30-10:00 pm, and it is followed by a brief practica.

The Art of Tango classes by Michael Nadtochi and Eleonora Kalganova on Wednesdays at 7pm  at Bound Brook Elks, South Bound Brooks, NJ. This season they are dedicating the entire course to the subject of LISTENING TO THE MUSIC, INTERPRETING MUSIC, CREATING and PLAYING with the MUSIC. Find the directions here: http://www.theartoftango.club/classes