We are so thrilled to be back holding in-person events!
All indoor, in-person dance events require full vaccination. Please email your vaccination card in advance.
Update: Kerry Kay will be our next DJ on Wednesday, September 22!
6:30-7:30 pm: Int/Adv Tango. Dance Floor Essentials in Cross System. Partner change class. Everyone practices both roles. $20 or use your class card.
7:45-8:45 pm: Beginner Tango. Absolute beginners welcome every week. Dance Floor Essentials in Parallel System. Partner change class. Everyone practices both roles. $20 or use your class card. FREE for students under age 30.
9 pm-midnight: Palermo Fishtown Milonga. Free if you pay for a class. $10 otherwise.
Note: On live music nights, the Palermo Fishtown Milonga costs more. This will always be announced in advance.
Location: 2030 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19125
This event, like all in-studio events, requires previous proof of full vaccination and pre-registration. No walk-ins.
We are so thrilled to welcome back Guest DJ Craig Herrington from Cleveland. He’s an amazing DJ whose beautiful tandas I have enjoyed dancing to very, very much. Also, he was the DJ for our last huge pre-pandemic event: the milonga featuring La Juan D’Arienzo on February 29, 2020. After an extremely challenging year and a half for everyone, it feels really amazing to welcome Craig back to Philadelphia this month.
8-9 pm: All-levels pre-milonga class with Andres & Meredith
9 pm-1 am or later: Milonga Qilombo featuring DJ Craig Herrington
Class + Milonga: $25
Milonga only: $20
Donations: Our new registration system allows you to provide an additional donation, if you’d like to support the school further.
Sliding Scale: If the pricing above is prohibitive, you can register sliding scale (any amount) through this form. (Please specify what you are registering for, as it will not be clear otherwise.)
Women, non-binary individuals and LGBTQIA+ are invited to join us for a weekend of discussions, movement experiences and social dancing aimed at re-imagining tango’s past, present and future to better represent the diversity of the people who dance it.
The weekend is conceived of and presented by Phi Lee Lam, in collaboration with the Philadelphia Argentine Tango School.
One of the main mechanisms for this exploration is The Long Table, a format for discussion, theatricality and public engagement created by Split Britches.
In addition to two Long Table discussions, the weekend features an experiential movement workshop and practica with live music by Heyni Solera (bandoneon) and Teagan Faran (violin).