Launched in 2015, The Cleveland Tango School is a cultural organization dedicated to preserving the beauty, codes, and traditions of Argentine Tango in the Greater Cleveland area. Through group classes, seminars, workshops and performances we work to foment the growth of the Cleveland Tango community and inspire a whole new generation of dancers.

Practica ¡El Cachafaz!

Wednesdays @ Vision Yoga
8pm-12am when seminars are on hiatus

$10 entry / half off for students of The Cleveland Tango School
Open to everyone of any skill level

Anyone interested in volunteering please contact
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Tango 101 Beginner Series

Mondays @ Vision Yoga

Our Tango 101 Series is a four week course focusing on the fundamentals of the embrace, walking and turning.
Join us at the beginning of each month.
The cost of each 4-week series is $50
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Tango 102 Beginner Series

Thursdays @ Vision Yoga

For those of you who have completed the first month of Tango 101, our 102 Series is the next four weeks of study. We will be covering fundamentals of turning in a fun and entertaining environment.
The cost of each 4-week series is $50

NEW Saturday Milonga

Second Saturdays @ Vision Yoga

Stay tuned for details on this new event
from The Cleveland Tango School!

This second Saturday milonga is going to be something special.

Anyone interested in volunteering please contact

Thematic Seminars

Wednesdays @ Vision Yoga

Four 90 minute classes. 6 hours of class for a price of $80 total.
Pre-registration is required

To register please call 917.656.1023 or

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Micaela Colleen Barrett

Micaela first found Tango when she was a wee teenage New Yorker, and while the relationship was on-again-off-again she experimented with painting, theatre, graphic design, and organic farming. Her tango is influenced by her work with T’ai Chi, Feldenkreis, Yoga, and a variety of artistic practices.

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Alberto Ramos Cordero

Based out of New York and the Caribbean before moving to Cleveland, Alberto has taught at the Hunter College Tango Club, New York’s You Should Be Dancing studios, and worked on staff at the Piel Canela Dance Company. In Puerto Rico he taught alongside the teachers and performers of Y Entonces … Tango. He has also volunteered and trained at the Mark Morris Dance Company in Brooklyn.
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