There will be a milonga on Saturday, Nov 15, 2014 in the Black Community Services Center. Check back for more details later…
Cost: $10 community, $5 affiliates
$5 discount with registration for at least 1 full series
Welcome to our welcome student events on 9/20/14 and 9/27/14.
Location: EV Village Center, 150 Comstock Circle, Stanford, CA
Parking map: goo.gl/maps/zaIgr
Please put “Stanford” as the city in your GPS, and while many spots are “OK” to park in after 4p, please check the signs. The most abundant parking is at Escondido Rd and Campus Dr. Don’t park in the residental lots, as you may be ticketed.
Location: Black Community Services Center, 424 Santa Teresa Street, Stanford, CA
Parking map: https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=z18jGe6fPYeE.kzvPBssgtS2A
Please put “Stanford” as the city in your GPS, and while many spots are “OK” to park in after 4p, please check the signs. Note that some parking lots have closed this year, as indicated on the parking map.
We will be holidng a milonga on Saturday Oct 18, 2014.
Location: Black Community Services Center, 418 Santa Teresa Street, Stanford, CA
Price: $5 Stanford affiliates, $10 community
Note $5 discount with registration for at least 1 full series
Check back for more details later…
Welcome to an 8 week progressive series with Felipe Martinez! Once a week on Wednesdays from Oct 1- Nov 19. 2014.
Oct 1- Nov 19
7:45-8:45p fundamental, suitable for all levels, especially beginners
9-10p intermediate, appropriate for intermediate level dancers
10:15-10:45p* free practicalonga time
*NOTE SHORTENED TIME FOR OCT 1, 8, and 15 due to venue restrictions.
Practicalonga will be from 10p-12a from Oct 25-Nov 19.
Stanford Affiliate: $5/class, $30/series
Community: $13/class, $80/series, $130 for both
Note that we do not accept credit cards. Cash and check OK.
Location for Oct 1 ONLY
Our classes on Oct 1 are being held at Elliot Program Center, 589 Governor’s Ave, Stanford, CA,. Please put “Stanford” as the city in your GPS.
We recommend parking at 190 Searsville Rd, Stanford, CA. Parking lots in front of the building have closed.
Special directions: Walk to Santa Teresa and Governor’s Ave. This takes about 10-15 minutes. A volunteer willing be walking back and forth between Governor’s Ave and the dance space between 7:30p-7:45p and 8:45p-9p to show you where the dance space is (it is in the back of a building). Also look at our directions, which include walking guidance. EPC Directions
Parking map only (no images of the dance space): https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?authuser=0&authuser=0&hl=en&hl=en&mid=z18jGe6fPYeE.koDMrdNPuHyw
Please show up 15-20 minutes early on the first day you are attending class in order to get registered, and bring cash or check. Sorry we do not accept credit cards; no online registration is available.
Note $5 discount for the fall milongas for those registered for at least 1 full series. In the unlikely event that a fall milonga is cancelled for any reason, however, you will not be given any money.
Workshops with Diego Lanau on Sat 5/31 and a milonga
Workshops will be held at the Graduate Community Center. Milonga will be held at the Black Community Services Center.
2-2:30P Warm Up, music will be playing
2:30-4p Workshop 1 How to Link Figures in Turns
4:15-5:45p Workshop 2 Developing the Precision in Linear Sacadas
Graduate Community Services Center
750 Escondido Road,
(adjacent to Ray’s Grill)
Stanford, CA 94305
Community: $25/workshop; $45/both workshops
Affiliated: $10/workshop; $20/both workshops
Milonga with DJ Tolga
Black Community Services Center
418 Santa Teresa Street,
Stanford, CA 94305
Milonga $10 community; $5 Stanford affiliates
free with attendance at both workshops, $5 off with full series registration
Parking map https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=z18jGe6fPYeE.kzvPBssgtS2A
Most places are OK to park in during the weekends, but please check the signs. Residential parking in Escondido Village (EV) is mostly for residents only, so park at the location shown at the intersection of Escondido and Campus for the workshops.
Come dance with us at a milonga at the Black Community Services Center on Saturday 04/26/14. We will have refreshments!
Milonga: $10 community; $5 students
Discount: $5 less for milonga with full class series purchase, $2 less if you took at least one Staford tango class in Spring 2014
Black Community Services Center
418 Santa Teresa Str,
Stanford, CA 94305
Parking Map http://tinyurl.com/kuq69zl
The Stanford Tango Club will be hosting mulitple teachers for our Spring Quarter 7 Week Progressive Series. The classes will be held on Wednesday nights through the Spring Quarter, from April 16-May 28. Note the teacher lineup has been revised- Diego Lanau is teaching on 5/7.
Location for 4/16
No longer valid
Location for 4/23-5/28
565 Mayfield Avenue
@ corner of Mayfield and Campus Dr
Stanford, CA (make sure to put Stanford as the city in the GPS)
- 7:15-7:45 PM Warm up and practice time (free)
- 7:45-8:45 PM Fundamentals, suitable for all levels especially beginners (see prices)
- Between classes instructor will dance a half-song demo, please no recording
- 9:00-10:00 PM Intermediate concepts and techniques, appropriate for intermediate level dancers (see prices)
- 10:15-midnight Practicalonga (free)
Students and Stanford ID holders: $25/series
Community Members: $70/series, $110 for both
Students and Stanford ID holders: $5/class
Community Members: $13/class, $22/both classes on same night
Please show up 15-20 minutes early on the first day you are attending class in order to get registered, and bring cash or check. Sorry we do not accept credit cards; no online registration is available. You are encouraged to arrive 30 minutes early for the beginner class and warm up.
Navigation on campus
Make sure to put “Stanford” as the city in your GPS. Most places are safe to park after 4p, but check the signs. There is a parking map for Koret Pavilion (our location for the remainder of the series) at goo.gl/maps/KXJ5U
Revised Teacher Lineup
Week 1 (4/16)- Homer and Cristina Ladas
Week 2 (4/23)- Brian Nyugen and Yuliana Basmajyan
Week 3 (4/30)- Glenn Corteza
Week 4 (5/7)- Diego Lanau
Week 5 (5/14)- Juan Cantone and Sol Orozco
Week 6 (5/21)- Erin Malley and Doruk Golcu
Week 7 (5/28)- Shorey Myers
Links for more information about each teacher
4/30 Glenn: http://www.sfotango.com/ (website)
5/7 Diego: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAfyR_uWMqw (dancing)
5/14 Juan and Sol: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0Xltf1RQQw (dancing); https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ov1CSNg9lvQ&list=PLoaewfSck5D-Db6eQGZHkiksFg5mPfroj&index=11 (dancing)
5/21 Erin and Doruk: http://www.erinmalley.com/argentine-tango/ (website); https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gMuY43A3cU (dancing)
5/28 Shorey: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2XKRHZTGZM (dancing)
Why mulitple teachers?
Well, we are trying something new. Every student has a unique relationship with a particular teaching philosophy and we feel that students learn best when exposed to diverse teachers, which is why we rotate teachers every quarter at Stanford. This Spring, we’re going to go one step further and introduce you to multiple, exceptional teachers with unique tango philosophies. Our teacher lineup includes locals and visitors. We will expose you to beautifully diverse tango philosophies, and you will find the central congruencies inherent to modern tango. This is a wonderful opportunity to rapidly discern your own unique philosophical preferences and to experience classes with several teachers, in preparation for taking lessons outside of Stanford over the summer quarter. Due to the careful preparation on the part of our teachers and organizers, the beginner series is structured to be fairly progressive in terms of difficulty level- while exposing you to different styles. We appreciate constructive feedback, delivered to email@example.com or in person at our events.