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Murat and Michelle Mini-Festival

Stanford Tango Club is excited to present a Mini-festival featuring
visisting teachers Murat and Michelle!

Sat Nov 3:
11:15-11:45 Registration and Warm Up
11:45-1:00 Crazy Games with Vals
2:00-3:15 Slowing Down for Creamy Dancing
3:45-5:00 Extreme Flexible Embrace and the Roller Coaster Effect

Sat Night Milonga at the Graduate Community Center
9:00-Midnight with special guest DJ Emily Pierce

Sun Nov 4:
12:45-1:00 Registration and Warm Up
1:00-2:15 Musicality I - Deconstructing a Tango Song
2:45-4:00 Musicality II - Choreographic Ideas for Social Dancing
4:30-5:30 Practica with M&M

Pre-registration is highly suggested! Pre-registration discounts end 11/1 and must be pre-paid.
Even if you are paying at the door, pre-register anyways to avoid getting waitlisted! See below
for pre-payment options.
To pre-register:

$25 per workshop at the door
$110 for all five workshops at the door
$100 for all five workshops pre-paid by 11/1
$10 for the Sat Night Milonga with special guest DJ Emily Pierce.
Free with current Stanford or UC-system ID or the purchase of all five workshops.

Student discounts with current Stanford and UC-system student ID:
$10 per workshop at the door
$45 for all five workshops at the door
$40 for all five workshops pre-paid by 11/1

Location for all Sat Events:
Graduate Community Center, Havana Room
750 Escondido Road
Stanford, CA 94305

Location for all Sun Events:
Black Community Services Center
418 Santa Teresa Street
Stanford, CA 94305-4009

Be sure to put "Stanford" as the city in your GPS!

Pre-Pay Options:
1. PayPal to alex.bain AT
2. Pay at one of our Thursday events at Stanford
3. Write alex.bain AT for a mailing address to send a check

Fall Quarter Series

Stanford Tango Club is excited to present a Fall Quarter Series Class
with Bay Are newcomer Jennifer Olson!

Starting her tango career in Portland, Oregon, teaching tango has now
taken Jennifer all over the world: to Europe, Argentina and Uruguay,
and extensively throughout the United States and Canada. Skilled in
both leading and following, Jennifer frequently teaches alone, but has
also taught regularly with known tango masters Alex Krebs, Robin
Thomas, Evan Griffiths, Damian Lobato, and Martín Bel. Jennifer’s
dance is characterized by her desire to strive for versatility. Since
tango is a social dance, she believes it is integral to master not
only close and open embrace, but also everything in-between.
Furthermore, after having a connected and comfortable embrace, nothing
is more important to Jennifer than the music. This is transmitted in
her teaching, as she approaches every class with a strong command over
the music.

Our 7-week series will meet on Thursday nights and will begin on 10/18,
skipping Thanksgiving, and end on 12/6.


7:45PM - 8:45PM - Intermediate
9PM - 10PM – Beginnger
Koret Pavilion, Stanford University
Stanford, CA

Stanford ID Holders and UC system student ID holders: $6/class, $30/single-level series, and $55/ dual-level series.
Community: $15/class, $75/single-level series, and $135/ dual-level series; $25/2classes if attended in the same night.