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No partner needed. No prerequisites. No dress code, but leather soled shoes help. No OSU affiliation required. Need not be an OSU student. All interested in Argentine Tango are welcome. Two left feet ok. New people are always welcome. Argentine Tango only. No ``Dancing with Stars" or other forms of junk Tango.

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Argentine Tango in Columbus, Ohio (ATCO)

Offering since 2004 genuine Argentine Tango instruction and practice @ OSU, as danced in Milongas everywhere. Our AT is the contact, the abrazo, one body with four legs, and we need three for AT: the lead, the follower, and the music.

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ATCO: Argentine Tango in Columbus, Ohio, and AsianTango

Our next meetings are Feb. 18, 22, 25: Valentine Tango week! :

Last 2016 meetings were Sept. 17, 21, 24, 28; Oct. 1, 5, 8 :

OLD STUFF (early 2015):

There will also be an OSU DANCE DEPARTMENT 6 weeks ARGENTINE TANGO course 2190/5190, MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS 7:05pm-8:35pm, starting Jan. 21. Call numbers 32675 (UG), 32676 (Grads), 1 credit, @Pomerene 206. Community members wishing to join may attend with a $10 donation per lesson.

Founding instructor: Yuval DaYu . Email:

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Argentine Tango at OSU (ATango) is an informal union of two Argentine Tango student groups @ OSU.

AsianTANGO is the group dedicated to instruction of genuine Argentine Tango at OSU. It continued without a stop from 2004 with the same instructor and majority student leadership. Its name was selected in 2012 by the group's majority elected President.

Argentine Tango in Columbus, Ohio (ATCO) is the Argentine Tango student group at OSU dedicated to practice of genuine Argentine Tango at OSU.

ATango and ATCO are to serve the Argentine Tango needs of Central Ohio. We welcome all dancers, beginner and advanced, from OSU and the entire community. We study techniques of Argentine Tango (salon and milonguero styles; Tango, Vals, Milonga), practice movement, step, communication and rhythm, and organize Milongas (dancing parties).