The classes and guided practice are free for undergraduate students, $5 for graduate students, and $10 for post docs and university affiliates. No partner or experience necessary to attend.

Please check the calendar for up to date information on class location and timing. Classes are generally held in the Friend Center starting at 7PM, but occasionally are moved due to scheduling conflicts.

7pm: Introduction to Tango

Curious about tango? Want to polish your fundamentals? This is the class for you! This class will introduce all the building blocks of tango to get you started dancing socially. We will focus on connection, foundational steps and structures, musicality, and collaborative improvisation in a gender-neutral, role-agnostic setting. No partner or experience necessary. Drop-ins are welcome at ANY point in the semester. Don’t worry if you miss a week! We will cycle through the same material roughly every 6 weeks.

Class lasts for 1 hour followed by 30 minutes of practice to perfect what you learned.

8:30pm: Tools For the Social Dance Floor

This is an all levels class on a variety of topics useful for beginning to advanced dancers alike. Class topics will often be a bit more advanced than the 7pm class, but we encourage dancers of all levels to stay. This class will often elaborate on concepts from the previous class, so we recommend you come to both classes.

Open practice until 10:30PM following the class

Sunday Practice

Want to sharpen your tango skills? Come to our FREE weekly Sunday practice at Friend center (occasionally moved to the New Graduate College Common Room)

2-2:45PM technique class
2:45-4:30PM open floor

The Sunday practice is a relaxed space to work on your tango and share with fellow Princeton tango members. Our instructors are available to support your learning and answer any questions you might have.
Note: the Sunday practice pauses during summer and holidays.

Meet Your Instructors

Sean Ericson

Sean first started his tango journey at a university club while attending UC Santa Cruz and has been dancing, teaching, and performing ever since. He is excited to support you on your own tango journey.

Jacqueline Pham

Jackie fell in love with tango at the Stanford Tango Club and went on to dance, teach, perform, and DJ. She champions tango as an inclusive, expansive space to nurture self-expression, co-creation, and community.

Miloš Nikolić

Miloš took his first tango steps in 2014 when his friend invited him to the Princeton Tango Club. Since then he’s been in love with tango dancing and tango music. After many years, he is back in Princeton and excited to share what he learned along the way with Princeton tango dancers.

Amelia Foss

Amelia fell in love with tango as a freshman in the Princeton Tango Club, and has been dancing ever since. She values tango as a form of personal expression and as a way to find and build connection. After many years, Amelia is excited to be back and to share her experience with the Princeton community.