- What should I prepare for a tango class?
Please wear in smart casual clothing, heels for the ladies and formal leather shoes for the men; shoes with genuine leather soles are recommended. There is no need to purchase ballroom dance shoes just for the tango beginners course as they are not suitable for Argentine Tango. We do help to carry Tango Shoes FELIPE.H in our school.
- Do I need a partner?
You don't need to find a partner for learning the tango. Students can enroll alone or in pairs. We will rotate partners during the class.
- What language is conducted in a class?
The instructors can speak English, Cantonese, and Mandarin; depending on the members in the classes, All of the 3 languages might be used in the class. Also, some professional words in Spanish will be used since the Tango is from Argentine Spanish.
- After taking the Beginners Course, What next?
Students can join elementary level classes with membership. In time, we will let members know when they are ready to take more advanced classes. Members are free to review in a beginner's class if joining the other classes of the day. For people who have an intensive time schedule, private lessons are recommended.
- How long does it take to learn Argentine Tango?
All students can essentially start dancing in milongas (tango parties) after the beginners' course, although the average time for students to feel at ease dancing in the milongas is 6-12 months. However, most students continue learning with us for years, polishing their dance and learning new movements.
- If I have taken a beginner’s course at other Tango schools, which class shall I join?
We recommend students who have had less than 6 month’s experience learning at other schools to start from our beginners' course. For those with more experience who would like to join our elementary or more advanced classes, we highly recommend them to join our beginners' classes concurrently or take private lessons to familiarize themselves with our system of teaching.
- Why choose FelipeH tango (Malevos)?
The instructors are passionate to pass down the legacy of their masters, from whom they have learned intensively for an extended period of time. The development of tango over the years has led to ideas becoming mixed, scattered and sometimes confusing, but they are persistent to teach a traditional style of tango and ensure its essence is not lost.
Apart from having a systematic teaching method, Malevos' instructors can be quick to adapt their teaching to student's weaknesses and strengths and provide customize d guidance to them through their road to growing their Tango.
The Malevos' teaching system allow the instructors to be able to explain the movements in the dance as natural body movements and in great detail as they fully understand the difficulties of learning the tango for "non-dancers". They are able to communicate the sensations and subtleties in the dance in a way that is easy to understand. Their approach to teaching is detailed, precise, humorous, and aimed at introducing tango as a social dance, not just as a competitive sport or exhibition.