Carina Moeller creates an intimate and authentic tango experience, both in Triangulo's classes and milongas. You feel like you've been welcomed into Carina's home; there's a great vibrancy to Triangulo and its dancers.
-- Jay D.

Private Lessons

All of the teachers at Triangulo are available for private lessons. Please contact them directly regarding availability and pricing.

Carina Moeller – Email: carina@tangonyc.com

Dante Polichetti – Email: tangodante@gmail.com

Laure Lion – Email: laure.lion@gmail.com

Ana Padron and Diego Blanco – Email: ana@tangoforall.com or diego@tangoforall.com

Carolina Juarena and Andres Bravo – Email: carolinatango1@gmail.com or andriutango@hotmail.com

Unsure of which teacher is right for you? Please email us at info@tangonyc.com and someone will get back to you to assist in finding the right instructor for your needs.

Private lessons may be taken alone or with a partner. Students are encouraged, however, to take the lesson with a partner so that the instructor can correct each person’s form and placement by observing you dance in addition to dancing with you.

Cancellation/Late Policy

Please allow 24 hours’ advance notice to cancel or reschedule an appointment. If notice is not give 24 hours prior to the scheduled lesson, you will be charged for the full amount of the lesson.

Please be on time; if you arrive late for any reason, you will not be able to make up the lost time.

Teachers, availability, scheduling/payment/studio/cancellation policies

AND description– what do/can I learn in a private lesson?

Students choose to take private lessons for all sorts of reasons:

Ÿ Some want to fast-track their dancing and know that the individual attention that a private lesson provides is a great way to do so. Of course adding practice time to cement the technique and moves you learn in the lessons is as critical to improving your dancing as t

Teachers, availability, scheduling/payment/studio/cancellation policies

AND description– what do/can I learn in a private lesson?

Students choose to take private lessons for all sorts of reasons:

Ÿ Some want to fast-track their dancing and know that the individual attention that a private lesson provides is a great way to do so. Of course adding practice time to cement the technique and moves you learn in the lessons is as critical to improving your dancing as the lessons are.

Ÿ Some students have a busy schedule and find it difficult to keep to a regular schedule of group classes, despite the flexible make-up policy.

Ÿ Some find private lessons a great way to brush up after taking some time off from classes or tango altogether.

Ÿ Some students choose a private lesson to finally get that one move (colgada, sacada, gancho, etc.) they weren’t quite getting in class, or saw on that youtube video one time…

Ÿ Some students want to fine-tune their dancing and know that a private lesson is the best way to work out the kinks and details to get to the next level of dancing.

he lessons are.

Ÿ Some students have a busy schedule and find it difficult to keep to a regular schedule of group classes, despite the flexible make-up policy.

Ÿ Some find private lessons a great way to brush up after taking some time off from classes or tango altogether.

Ÿ Some students choose a private lesson to finally get that one move (colgada, sacada, gancho, etc.) they weren’t quite getting in class, or saw on that youtube video one time…

Ÿ Some students want to fine-tune their dancing and know that a private lesson is the best way to work out the kinks and details to get to the next level of dancing.

Upcoming Events.

Sign up here for classes. April classes run March 31 – April 27.

Monica Paz is here!

Don’t miss her performance this Tuesday, April 15 at our weekly milonga (9:30-12:30).

On Monday, April 21, she will teach a women’s technique workshop as part of our Monday Workshop series.

Monday Workshops

This month, don’t miss the Monday Workshop Series. Every Monday from 8:30-10:00 pm will feature different instructors, levels and ideas.

On Monday, April 15, Laure and Rob are “Combining the Elements” for beginner and up. Everyone can benefit from learning how to take the simple things you already know and combine them into new and interesting combinations.

Click here for more information on the series. Sign up here.

Upcoming:

LIVE MUSIC: Tuesday April 29 Tito Castro and Adam Tully will play at our Tuesday Milonga (9:30-12:30). Live music charge is $15.

On Thursday May 1st, Jay Abling will be subbing for Ana and Diego’s Bootcamp classes. Join us for: Dancing through the evolution of tango music. (This class/workshop is actually a combination of dancing and lecturing.). Bootcamp 1 at 6:30 (Adv. Beginner) and Bootcamp 2 at 7:30 (Intermediate). Jay will also teach the May 3 Milonga class.

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