Analia Centurion's Last Beginners Class in the DC Area
Learn the Passion, the Embrace, the Footwork of Argentine Tango with the Tango Master Analia Centurion. This class is for beginners and all those that have always been fascinated with Argentine Tango.
Leather sole shoes are recommended to make proper turns and to learn correctly. A partner is not required.
Group Class & Milonga Afterwards
Intermediate Group Class and Farewell & Birthday Milonga for Julia Elena follows.
Leather sole shoes and heels are recommended to make proper turns and to learn correctly.
About Analía Centurión
Analía Centurión began her dance studies at age 6 in classical dance and began dancing tango at 16. She has extensive experience dancing and teaching tango in various festivals and workshops in Argentina, North America, Europe and Asia, Mexico and Brazil. She has performed with different companies like Mora Godoy and Juan Carlos Copes, the House Dinner Show, Piazzolla Tango, La Ventana, Madero Tango, Boca Tango and Tango Complejo.
Analia was a director and choreographer of the young company inside Fusion Tango Buenos Aires with the participation of children and youth from 2001 to 2005. She was also a judge at the World Tango competition and Metropolitan.
Analía currently has a studio "Centurion Tango Academy" in the Chacabuco province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Unplugged is a beautiful new restaurant in Wheaton with beautiful hardwood floors, a full menu of good food and excellent ambiance.
Tuesdays are also Half-Price Wine Bottle night and $7 burgers!
Parking & Metro
Unplugged is a block and half north of Wheaton Metro on the right side of Georgia Avenue. There is a parking lot in the back with a back patio entrance, a public parking lot one block away on Price & Fern Street and free street parking after 6 pm.