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"Close is what the music inspires you to become...what you are really embracing is the music. Tango is improvised. It is improvised all the way. There are no combinations. In tango you can’t be preoccupied with steps. You need to express your feelings while listening to the music."

Miguel Zotto 

 

Learning to dance Argentine tango socially focuses on the connection between partners and the expression of the music. Tango is often called an improvisational walking dance, meaning that, while the dance may appear to be made up of complex memorized sequences, simple steps and figures are actually chosen and strung together in the moment. These are just some of the qualities that create what has been called the king of dances.

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