Argentine dancers, Alex Moore and Randy Fisher, continue their sessions of fundamental Tango lessons in the redesigned Movement Center at the N’Namdi Campus in Spring/Summer 2016.
The mixed level classes will meet the students at their level, keeping the group together or breaking out into two groups; one for foundations, and another to build on with more advanced steps. The Practica (included with the lesson) is an extra hour where everyone across levels can practice their steps together, ask questions and most importantly, have fun dancing!
The Movement Center in the N’Namdi Campus is located on the east side of the building. This suite of the N’Namdi Center was built to house a broad arrangement of “movement” related activities: yoga, dance, art, and events. For the past two years the space has housed a series of tenants, most recently a pop-up retail store by Detroit Is The New Black. The mission of the Movement Center is to encourage and cultivate activities that create “movement” in our community.
About the Instructors: Randy began dancing tango in 2000 and, after years of dancing/teaching between Buenos Aires and San Francisco, moved home to Detroit to begin the Detroit Tango Project in 2011. Alex grew up dancing and began tango in 2008 in Buenos Aires. She moved from NYC to Detroit in 2012, where she now teaches dance and yoga and practices Thai massage. Both Randy and Alex are avid social dancers, celebrating dance for physical and mental health and as a way to build connection and to connect us with community.
Class Schedule & Costs:
4 class session: $50
[May 11th – June 1st 6:30-7:30PM, includes Practica 7:30-8:30PM]
Drop in classes: $15
[Valid for any Wednesday class May 11th – June 1st, includes Practica 7:30–8:30PM]
Drop in Practica ONLY: $5
[For intermediate Tango dancers 7:30PM-8:30PM]
Tickets are available in advance online via Eventbrite:
& at the door