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Want To Learn The Argentine Tango?
« on: February 26, 2011, 09:27:31 AM »
    It is known  fact that a fine dancer is the one who can many the audience feel every music  beat with his/her dance moves. A very creative dance form that originated in  Argentina and Uruguay, which later on moved on to other parts of the world. A  mixture of styles grew in the other areas and time it went by. These changes  were widely visible just not in the dance styles but in the dressing sense  also. The current forms of Argentine tango evolved in Uruguay and Argentina,  but, there has been exposure to the cultures of North America and Europe.
This dance  form differs greatly from the ballroom tango in the music, embrace and steps.  There are no basic steps in this dance style as creativeness is the key factor.  Most of the dance steps are created on the dance floor by the dance  instructors. The way of dancing this tango can either be an open embrace or a  closed one. In the open embrace, dancers are at an arms’ length distance  whereas in the closed hug, the partners are connected at the hip and chest.

If you want  to Learn Argentine Tango NYC is the best place to fulfill this  desire. Just like how New York City  has a number of wonderful places, similarly, it has a number of fine dance  schools and studios. These schools divide the students into four categories  according to their skill set and experience. The four categories are beginners,  advanced beginners, intermediate and professional. Every student gets an equal  opportunity to explore their dancing talent.   

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Want To Learn The Argentine Tango?
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