How to Do the Argentine Tango

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  1. How to Do the Tango 8-Step Basic
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    How to Do the Tango 8-Step Basic

  2. How to Embrace & Keep Space w/ Partner
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    How to Embrace & Keep Space w/ Partner

  3. How to Lead & How to Follow
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    How to Lead & How to Follow

  4. How to Dance the Tango with Music
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    How to Dance the Tango with Music

  5. How to Do the Cambio de Peso
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    How to Do the Cambio de Peso

  6. How to Do the Rock Step aka La Cadencia
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    How to Do the Rock Step aka La Cadencia

  7. How to Salida in the Tango
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    How to Salida in the Tango

  8. How to Do the Front Ocho
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    How to Do the Front Ocho

  9. How to Do the Back Ocho
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    How to Do the Back Ocho

  10. How to Do the Ocho Cortado
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    How to Do the Ocho Cortado

  11. How to Do the Parada aka The Stop
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    How to Do the Parada aka The Stop

  12. How to Do the Sandwich or El Sanguchito
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    How to Do the Sandwich or El Sanguchito

  13. How to Do the Media Luna
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    How to Do the Media Luna

  14. How to Do the Grapevine
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    How to Do the Grapevine

  15. How to Do the Pencil aka El Lapiz
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    How to Do the Pencil aka El Lapiz

  16. How to Sacada
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    How to Sacada

  17. How to Do the Drag
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    How to Do the Drag

  18. How to Do the Cross System Basic
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    How to Do the Cross System Basic

  19. How to Triple Drag aka Triple Arrastre
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    How to Triple Drag aka Triple Arrastre

  20. How to Do Follower Embellishments
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    How to Do Follower Embellishments

  21. How to Do Tango Leader Embellishments
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    How to Do Tango Leader Embellishments

  22. How to Do Tango Directional Turns
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    How to Do Tango Directional Turns

  23. How to Do the Carousel aka Le Calecita
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    How to Do the Carousel aka Le Calecita

  24. How to Do Planeos
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    How to Do Planeos

  25. How to Do Planeos for Men
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    How to Do Planeos for Men

  26. How to Do a Boleo
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    How to Do a Boleo

  27. How to Do the Hook aka the Gancho
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    How to Do the Hook aka the Gancho

  28. Single Axis Turn to the Right & Left
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    Single Axis Turn to the Right & Left

  29. How to Do the Front Boleo aka Castigada
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    How to Do the Front Boleo aka Castigada

  30. How to Walk in Parallel & Cross System
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    How to Walk in Parallel & Cross System

  31. How to Do the Volcada
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    How to Do the Volcada

  32. How to Lead a Sacada for Followers
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    How to Lead a Sacada for Followers

  33. How to Do an Amague
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    How to Do an Amague

  34. How to Do a Leg Wrap
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    How to Do a Leg Wrap

  35. How to Do Enrosques
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    How to Do Enrosques

  36. How to Do a Tango Colgada
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    How to Do a Tango Colgada

  37. 5 Styles of Argentine Tango
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    5 Styles of Argentine Tango

  38. What Is a Milonga?
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    What Is a Milonga?

  39. What Is a Tanda?
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    What Is a Tanda?

  40. 4 Argentine Tango Music Suggestions
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    4 Argentine Tango Music Suggestions

  41. What Kind of Clothes & Shoes to Wear
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    What Kind of Clothes & Shoes to Wear

  42. How Did the Argentine Tango Begin?
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    How Did the Argentine Tango Begin?

  43. 7 Floor Craft Tips
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    7 Floor Craft Tips

  44. How to Have Correct Tango Posture
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    How to Have Correct Tango Posture

  45. 5 Dance Etiquette Tips
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    5 Dance Etiquette Tips

  46. What It's Like to Teach the Tango
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    What It's Like to Teach the Tango

  47. About Diego Blanco & Ana Padron
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    About Diego Blanco & Ana Padron

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  • Diego Blanco and Ana Padron

    Award-winning Argentine Tango dancers Diego Blanco and Ana Padron are one of the top performing couples in the world today. Diego and Ana command a wide range of dance disciplines from which they tap inspiration for their improvisation and choreography. They founded their dance company, Tango for All, to bring this electrifying dance to audiences in America and throughout the world. Diego and Ana have toured throughout the United States, the Caribbean, South America, Europe and Asia. They have performed in numerous off-Broadway shows and have danced and done choreography for an independent film. In Kuala Lumpur they were honored with an award for their “dedication to Argentine Tango as a form of expression through dance and for expanding knowledge of the dance through teaching.” They are now based in New York City, where they teach experienced dancers and newcomers alike.