Why Canyengue?

Music for Canyengue is played at most milongas, but many can only tango to it.

Canyengue with Gardel

  • Learning it widens the range of options available to you at a milonga.
  • It does not require dance shoes, special clothes or a dedicated dance floor – it can be danced anywhere, indoors and out.
  • This intimate dance is a precursor to tango, and learning it provides insights into modern tango.
  • Most importantly, it is an engaging dance in its own right – playful, exhilarating, and  connected.

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