Tango Intermediate

67 students

As a new intermediate level dancer the figures or moves that we perform become more difficult. Precision and dexterity begin to play a larger roll as an intermediate dancer. You have at your fingertips a set of figures that will set you apart from the dancers on the dance floor. Most people stop progressing in their dance and can’t perform the following figures with regularity. This is due to a lack of practice. To become an intermediate level dancer and move on to the next level, I suggest you practice these figures often.

Instructor

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Adam Cornett has been dancing tango since 2000. He was the 2016 US Champion and has partnered with a couple world champions (Ines Bogado and Jesica Arfenoni). Adam has traveled throughout the US and Asia teaching tango He studies every year in Argentina with his main teachers of tango history Gabriel Angio and Natalia Games as well as Horacio Godoy and many others. Adam is currently living in Beijing where he teaches tango full time.