Atlanta: Thursday Classes in Buckhead
8pm to 9pm - Beginner Class
9:15pm to 10:15pm - Int/Adv
10:15pm to ? - Guided Practica
Daza Dance Buckhead
3230 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30305
New 6-Week Beginner Series start on August 14th, September 25th
8pm to 9pm - Beginner's Series
Our Thursday Beginner’s series offer the most comprehensive introduction to the art of Tango. There are 3 main 6-weeks series focusing on core tango basics like Walking and Turning; Musicality and Rhythm; the nuances of Leading and Following. Highly qualified teaching staff and lots of returning advanced students offer their support and help in a friendly non-threatening environment. Our female teachers are the most recognized dancers in the community, so any follower gets the chance to study with the best.
Absolute Beginners can start at the beginning of ANY of the 6-week series, and anyone is welcome to attend this class as it's always helpful to review the basics.
You do not need a partner to take the Beginner classes. We switch partners during the class and make sure that everyone gets plenty of dance time.
We recommend that everyone wear closed-toe shoes that fit your feet comfortably and snugly, preferably with leather bottoms that allow you to pivot easily.
9:15pm to 10:15pm – Intermediate & Advanced
Prerequisites: You should take at least 2 of our beginner series before joining the intermediate class. You should also own professional dance shoes which allow proper pivoting and be able to interpret the main tango rhythms of Tango, Vals and Milonga.
10:15pm - ? - Guided Practica
Drop-in: $12 per night
That covers 2 classes (8pm-9pm and 9pm-10pm) and practica.
Class cards: $60 for 6 weeks ($12 savings). Class card is valid for 3 month. You also receive 50% discount for one Milonga Evolution with class card purchase.
Email Edie (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Lena (email@example.com if you would like to register for the class. You can also pay by check or cash at the first lesson.
Tango Evolution teachers is a group of young talented dancers who are constant learners, tireless dance/music researchers and enthusiastic performers. Their tango knowledge is enriched by backgrounds in other dance forms, music, martial arts and body-mind disciplines. Tango Evolution has been invited as guest teachers, performers and DJs to tango communities through-out the South East. TE organizes an annual tango festival “Regional Tango eXchange in Atlanta” that is usually held in October. Read what people say about our classes and events.
Clint Rauscher has been dancing Argentine Tango since 2003. He dances both close and open embrace tango and is a founding member of an Atlanta tango social group, Tango Evolution. He loves sharing his knowledge of tango dance and music.
He has studied with master teachers both in the US and Buenos Aires including Facundo y Kely Posadas, Gustavo Naveira y Giselle, Osvaldo Zotto y Lorena Ermocida, Mauricio Castro, Homer Ladas, Osvaldo y Coca, Cristina Cortes, Gabriel Glagovsky and Alex Krebs.
You can contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lena Hrybok is a founding member of the Tango Evolution social group. She studied music for many years, but was always very fond of other art forms like theater and dance. Over the years she has taken classes in ballet, modern and flamenco.
After discovering tango in 2001, she has been dancing and studying the art of tango all around the world, including US, Europe and Argentina with the best modern and traditional tango teachers. She has been most influenced by the dancing and teaching styles of "Chicho" Frumboli, Sebastian Arce/Mariana Montes, and Homer Ladas. She completed the most comprehensive and unique in its way Tango Discovery Teacher’s training with Mauricio Castro in BsAs.
Lena is a certified Yoga teacher and NLP practitioner. She is constantly improving her dancing and teaching skills by studying tango all over the world as well as exploring other dancers.
You can contact her at: email@example.com
Kevin Mason, better known as “Mason”, and his wife, Edie; are both founding members of Tango Evolution. They have been dancing together since 2005. They have taught and performed in Atlanta and all over the Southeast. They bring to their dance and to their classes a wealth of experience from their studies nationally and internationally, and they enjoy teaching the dynamics of both open and close embrace and sharing the evolving nature of this ‘living dance’.
Edie & Mason
Contact Edie at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Mason at: email@example.com
Shelley Brooks has been dancing Tango since late 2004, and enjoys all styles of the embrace. She is a committed and active member of Tango Evolution, and believes that you dance with your community as well. She brings with her years of classical ballet training, as well as jazz, modern,tap, African, hip-hop, and Salsa, and studies in choreography, kinesiology, music, dance history, and has taught various dance/exercise programs over the years.With the understanding that technique and body mechanics are of utmost importance, you must never forget the dance, the energy, and how you move through space to the music.
Shelley has studied with masters from the States and Buenos Aires, most notably: Guillermina Quiroga, Gustavo Naveira and Giselle Anne, Fabian Salas and Carolina del Rivero, Miguel Zotto , Osvaldo Zotto and Lorena Ermocida, Nancy Louzan and Damian Essel, Fernanda Ghi and Guillermo Merlo, Silvina Valz and Oliver Kolker, Adrian and Amanda Costa, and Roberto Reyes. It has been a privilege to be around, and a joy to share.
Contact Shelley at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Wolf has been dancing Argentine Tango since 2006. Having studied music and music theory for many years he has come to appreciate and love the diversity of rhythms within the Tango from traditional to modern Tango music.
He is continually evolving his dancing and teaching skills by studying and exploring the art of Tango in the US and Buenos Aires. Most influential teachers include
"Chicho" Frúmboli, Fabián Salas, Gustavo Naveira y Giselle Anne, Sebastian Arce y Mariana Montes, Adrián Veredice y Alejandra Hobert, Julio Balmaceda y Corina de la Rosa, Chiche y Marta, El Flaco Dany, Damian Rosenthal y Celine Ruiz, Damian Essel y Nancy Louzan, Eduardo Saucedo y Marisa Quiroga, Esteban Moreno y Claudia Codega.
In his teaching and social dance, Brian focuses on connection, creativity and expressive dancing in close and open embrace. In his teachings, he also emphasizes body mechanics, technique, form, and dramatic expression within the dance between dynamic moves and pauses.
Please contact either Clint or Lena if you have any questions or wish to sign-up for the series.
Daza Dance Buckhead
3230 Peachtree St,