Intermediate video lessons
You know that you are at an intermediate level when you can dance confidently and safely on the floor. Your embrace is comfortable. You know the majority of the basic steps and combinations and start to recognize the orchestras. Well, at least the more important ones (Carlos di Sarli, Juan D’arienzo, etc.) You are no longer a beginner and not yet advanced – but getting closer…
Check out our intermediate video lessons:
Free online tango class: technique + intermediate level
Pablo Ugolini, tango teacher at “Escuela Mundial de Tango” from Buenos Aires: online tango technique class and intermediate-advanced figure.
Free Online Tango Class: An extremely easy way to improve your giro and tango technique.
I found an insanely useful online tango class to improve the giro technique taught by Miguel-Angel Zotto and Dajana Guspero.
What is the Sacada in Argentine Tango?
Sacada in tango. Presentation of the basics with the help of simple figures.
Off-balance, volcada and colgada in tango (intermediate)
What does off-balance mean? How about volcada and colgada? If you are a tanguer@, sooner or later these terms and figures will pop up!
Calesita – a step everyone uses but no one knows its name (intermediate)
Calesita is a figure of tango. Check our videos to better understand it.
Basics of giro & molinete in tango (elementary-intermediate)
Giro for beginners and intermediates This brief lesson is made for those who have just learned the giro and molinete (aka grapevine) figures at a tango lesson or workshop. However, it can be useful for those who want to find out more about this famous combination or...
Flaco Dany – Maestro of milonga lessons
Buenos Aires – Mecca of tango Buenos Aires has a very strong appeal. Many tangueros go on a pilgrimage to Argentina to be a part of the city’s vibrant life. We have a good news for those who have not been / can not go to Argentina. Some maestros have such a charisma...