Tango Beginner with Monica Caivano 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm Level : Beginner
Tango Intermediate with Gustavo Simplis 7:45 pm to 8:45 pm Intermediate & Advanced Levels
Every week …you chance to practice, dance and socialize with your Tango friends, and make new ones too!
BYOB – $5
Lila Barbona Vallejos comes every week with Authentic Argentine empandas! She will set up starting at 8pm and through the milonga…so come dance and come enjoy a delicious empanadas!!
** Please note that every Thursday we also offer beginner tango lessons starting at 6:30pm and intermediate tango lessons starting at 7:45pm
Some of our great DJ includes: DJ “G”, John Turci-Escobar, DJ FIl Cruz, DJ Juan Marcos, DJ Ken and other create guest appearances…
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Join your favorite corner for Free Day of Dance!
Austin’s twelfth annual Free Day of Dance with free dance classes offered all over the city and surrounding areas, there is no better time to come explore the wonderful world of dancing! Esquina Tango is a proud Sponsor of Free Day of Dance!
No partner or experience needed! Sign the waiver below to avoid the lines!
Comfortable clothes recommended!
Here’s our fantastic schedule:
6:15pm – 7:00pm Kizomba Aaron Omid Gallegos (Beginner Levels)
Click here to see all the classes offered all over town!
Everyone welcome to our cozy Tango nights aka Milonga! Dress in your nines or come in your jeans!
Regularly schedule on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month (unless noted).
Evening starts with an intro class at 9pm and follows with lots of dancing and socializing with fantastic DJs & sometimes live music!
Door: $10 General / $7 Esquina Members & University Students
Bring your own beverage
What is a Milonga: Milonga is an event where Argentine tango is danced. The venue dedicated to milongas may also be called “milonga”. People who frequently go to milongas may be called milongueros.
The music played is mainly tango, vals and milonga. Most milongas are held on a regular basis (usually weekly), and they often begin with dancing classes and sometimes demonstration dances. Usually, three to five songs of a kind are played in a row (this is called tanda) followed by a short musical break (called cortina) to clear the dance floor and facilitate partner changes. There are a number of informal rules that dictate how dancers should choose their dancing partners and navigate the floor.
Weekly Samba Class with Meli – All Level
Tango Styling & Fun Steps with Monica Caivano Level : Int & Adv
Learn how to dance Salsa, Bachata & Merengue is a safe and inclusive environment!
All colors of the rainbow are welcome to attend this fun filled class.
Classes are lead by the one and only Robbie Sky, proud member of Austin’s Queer community. No partner necessary.
Each month we will start with a brand new dance!
Kizomba Class with Kizomba Uwa with by Aaron Gallegos. Beginner & Intermediate Level