The TangoTangent Method- What do we study?

TangoTangent gives Argentine tango classes 3 days a week: Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

• If you are now taking your very first steps in tango we recommend the Beginner Seminars Series (II), a 24-class series (see the curriculum).

Regular classes are scheduled every Monday and Wednesday for 12 weeks, at Euro Dance Studio. (click here for map). The Beginner Seminars classes start at 19.00 and last for one hour and a half.

• If you have danced tango before, we recommend the Technique and Structures (I) Series (see the curriculum ).

• Classes are completed by practica sessions (see practica themes where we look at various related structures and incorporate what we learnt during classes into real dancing. Practica sessions are guided are a great opportunity for dancers of all levels to meet and share their knowledge and their passion for tango.

Practica is scheduled every Friday at Euro Dance Studio. Practica sessions start at 20.30 and last for one hour and a half. They are free for dancers for monthly subscribers.

You will be given an introductory class if you have never danced tango before and have joined us for the first time. You may assist, may dance tango or get acquainted with the dance, the music, the atmosphere and the teachers.

Private classes with Dan and/or Amalia are also available. For further details please contact us here.


The classes are coordinated by Daniel Mandita and Amalia Iscu. Dan and Amalia are self-made dancers who believe in learning by dancing. They started dancing late in their lives and are familiar with the difficulties and problems that adult beginners have to overcome. They firmly believe that tango should always be improvised and never memorized.

While Dan is keen on analyzing structures and explaining them thoroughly, Amalia gives you personalized feedback uniquely suitable for your body and your own individual way of moving.

Dan and Amalia teach the basics of tango, and then follow up with structures useful for practicing your technique. For experienced dancers they practice and encourage introspection and self-discovery in order to help you find your inner centre of improvisation.