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July 18th – Argentine Tango Workshops & Milonga with Harby Gonzalez

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Revolution Ballroom is excited host Argentine Tango Workshops & Milonga by Harby Gonzalez.  Join us Saturday afternoon for fun and informative workshops, then dance the night away at our exciting Milonga.

Sign up  early and save!  Early bird pricing:  both workshops and milonga are just $50 when you register by July 11th.  Call 843.338.2870 and sign up today!


Saturday, July 18th 2015

Workshop 1:  1:00 to 2:15 PM

This workshop will feature Tango walks. Refine your movement and technique while practicing this essential element.

Workshop 2:  2:30 to 3:45 PM

In this workshop you will learn to add musically to your dancing through the use of fun combinations.

Milonga:  8 PM to 11 PM


Each Workshop – $25

Milonga – $15

Early Bird:  Sign up early and save!  Both workshops and milonga are just $50 when you register by July 11th.  Register today at 843.338.2870

Private Lessons:
A limited number of private lessons are available for $100 per 50-minute session.  Please contact the studio 843-338-2870 to schedule.

About the instructor:

Harby Gonzalez is a native of Colombia, South America and is a graduate of the National School of Argentine Tango, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  He has been dancing Argentine Tango since the age of 12 and started performing professionally at the age of 18.  Harby has toured and performed in several Tango productions around the world, including “Bajo el ala del Sombrero”, directed by Roberto Erbin.  He has also performed with Mariano Mores, one of the best known Tango Orchestras in the world.  Harby was a dancer for the Washington-based orchestra Quintango with which he toured, performing throughout the USA and abroad.  Some of their collaboration includes a seven-year run at the Spoleto festival, performing with the National Symphony Orquestra at George Washington theater and a Tango cruise through South America, to name a few.  Harby has been teaching and performing in the United States since 1995 when he brought Argentine Tango to much of the southeastern region.

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