PTF2023 schedule of classes

general information

Class Details

We designed the schedule of classes to represent the diverse teaching and dancing styles of our renowned instructors. We want this offering to cater to your learning needs. For a positive experience, please evaluate your own dancing, and adhere to the level guidelines when choosing classes.

  • Classes are 75 minutes long.

limited class sizes

The number of participants in each class will be LIMITED.

At registration we will ask you to choose the role you prefer; this information will help us  ensure role balance. We will also ask you to select the classes you would like to attend. 

Classes do fill up early, so we encourage you to register as early as possible to avoid missing out on enrolling in a class you want to attend.

Level guidelines

  • All levels: Classes for beginners and advanced dancers alike. Many classes will focus on individual movement and technique, body awareness, musicality and deep fundamentals.
  • Intermediate: You are familiar with fundamental tango vocabulary and comfortable leading/following patterns. These classes will challenge you to develop new combinations and gain confidence in creating dynamic steps.
  • Advanced: You are looking to gain targeted training in the class topic to achieve better quality of movement and integrate different steps. You should be comfortable with the topic and ready to dive into the specifics of technique and execution.

Classroom locations

schedule of classes

Our Teachers

Gustavo Naveira
& Giselle Anne

In the world-wide community of Argentine tango, there are few maestros that are sought after everywhere as much as Gustavo Naveira and Giselle Anne.
Rooted in the tradition of Argentine tango, the teaching method of this iconic couple exposes their students to the vast and complex variations intrinsic to the tango dance.

Luciana Valle
& Matias Sotto

Luciana and Matias have been working together in Buenos Aires for many years. Matias is one of the most talented students Luciana grew. They are now working together and sometime traveling and teaching abroad.

Elizabeth Wartluft

As a teacher Elizabeth is highly focused on preparing the body for the dance. Her deep knowledge of body mechanics allows her to guide her students to where they need to be to dance comfortably and joyfully.

Yelizaveta Nersesova

Yelizaveta is a dancer, teacher, and organizer in the Los Angeles, CA area. She has been dancing social tango since 2009 and used to live in Portland OR. Her passion resides in empowering women to build and embody confidence as leaders on and off the social dance floor.

Register Early, Classes Fill up fast.

Secure your spot in advance

Early Bird Registration opens on June 15, 2023