Passionate, fiery, sexy? What words would you use to describe tango?
How about soft, dreamy, romantic?
Well, if you’ve never danced tango before, you might be forgiven if these words don’t immediately spring to mind when you hear the word tango. Because they go against the stereotype of tango that is portrayed by the mainstream media.
But, from the very first time you take a tango class, you’ll realise that there is a lot more to tango than first meets the eye.
Our students, Oleg and Oksana, started learning tango with us around two years ago. And when they told us that they wanted to prepare a tango for their wedding dance, we knew that we could help them something really special …
We’re always really excited when we have a new wedding dance couple. Not many people can say that in their line of work they help dreams come true. But this is just how we feel when we create a tango wedding dance for someone’s big day.
Oleg and Oksana chose a beautiful classical piece for their dance – “Gabriel’s Oboe” from the film The Mission – rather than a traditional tango.
The music was soft and romantic and set a perfect dreamy tone for their smooth, elegant movements. We’re sure that there wasn’t a dry eye in the house!
Oleg and Oksana we’d like to thank you for choosing us as your tango teachers and for being such rewarding students to teach. It’s been a true pleasure.
Congratulations to the beautiful couple!