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Tango is a tantalizing and passionate dance.

The passion and drama of the tango is taught Sunday nights at the Cumberland Legion by Claudio Bigler.

Tango is a tantalizing and passionate dance.

And there’s a hot new teacher in town who teaches Argentine tango with the passion of a creative artist and the skill of a master instructor. Claudio Bigler suffuses the Cumberland Legion every Sunday starting at 6:30 p.m. with the dramatic and intensely expressive music of Argentine tango where men and women can experience the joy of dancing.

Bigler’s teaching enables men to lead fluidly and women to follow joyfully in a dance that allows closeness, expressiveness, drama, and musicality. He teaches tango in a way to enable dancers to groove to different music, of different generations. What woman would not love to have the bliss of following her lead in a rapturous dance? 

From 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. one gets a very interesting lesson with demo and practice for $15 (includes dance after). From 8 to 10 p.m. is practice dancing for a mere $5 to the most expressive, dramatic or tantalizing tango music, with the help of two extremely proficient and patient assistant instructors, Mike Johnson and Alan Linder.

Give yourself the great gift of dancing for joy throughout the season. Call 1-778-992-0029 or visit www.claudebigler.com or just show up by  6:30 p.m. at 2770 Dunsmuir Ave. for a taste of beautiful Argentine tango and dance.

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