Tango in Chicago

There are 11 Tango schools to choose from.
Below are listed with brief description, their addresses and quick links to help you in choosing the right class and schedule.

Tango Para Todos
In brief: Tango is FUN! Tango classes help students develop a strong foundation based on techniques of the embrace, balance, walking and most importantly - the connection between you and your partner.

Address: Mariposa, 1803 W. Byron, Chicago
How to get there: 2 blocks south of Irving Park Road, 2 blocks east of Lincoln Avenue.
Weekly Program: Sundays, 5 - 7 pm, 6 hours classes

Argentine Tango Club University of Chicago
In brief: Lessons and practica in University of Chicago – beginners welcome,intermediate and advanced

Class location:
1212 E 59th Street, Ida Noyes Cloister Club, First Floor

Weekly Program: Beginners: Wednesdays 7pm-9pm
Intermediate and advanced: Thursdays 6:00pm-8:00pm

American Tango Institute
Description: Tango: One of the most beautiful expressions of the human kind. Tango is a form of art; it allows people to express their most profound sentiments towards themselves and towards others.

Address: 325 N. Hoyne Ave., Ste. C-404, Chicago, Illinois 60612, (312) 771-1226
Weekly program: See schedule in the site

Tango Life's Dance and Education center

Mission: "To create a new Tango community in every neighborhood in the Chicagoland area
and in neighborhoods within major metropolitan cities across the country. "

Address: 601 N Western Ave. Chicago, IL 60612 (corner Ohio)
Program: for next months Classes: for children

Tango Chicago
Description: Al & TangoChicago

Address: 408 S. Michigan Ave., 2nd fl. Chicago IL. 60605
Program: click here for the program

Recuerdo Tango Club
In brief: We strive to provide you with a Tango experience that is as genuine and authentic as possible, night filled with passion, emotion and dance.

Address: 6137 North Northwest Highway, Chicago, IL 60631
How to go there: 1/2 block from the Metra Commuter train station,
Norwood Park stop on the Chicago/Harvard line. Or The CTA Blue Line

Weekly Program: Please see schedule.

Tango in Chicago - Tango Sentido Production
In brief: Main objective to promote authentic culture through dance, music, art and fashion.

1535 N Dayton St. Chicago,
Druker Center (tel:312-296-1955)

How to go there: only 3 minutes from Red Line @ Clybourn & North Ave Stop
Program: web

Tango Una Emocion
In brief: Teaching others how to dance salsa, swing, ballroom, Latin dances and creating a healthy learning and social environment is our priority and we do it very well.

Address: 1803 W. Byron St, Chicago, IL -“Mariposa”
How to get there: 2 blocks from the Irving Park stop on the Brown Line.

Classes: Sunday from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Practica: Thursdays 7:30 - 9:30 pm - Entrance $10

May I Have This Dance
In brief: This is not just a dance this is a life style…
The good one that gives respect for a man, love for a woman and joy for a couple.

Address: Many locations to choose from (info in the web site)
Program Class schedule and Dance Practice Parties

Chicago Tango Project
In brief: Chicago Tango Project was founded by Misha Goro and Sarah Graff. They aim to promote Argentine tango to a wider audience through public and private performances, teaching and running the independent tango newsletter TangoNoticias.

Address: 3117 North Clybourn
How to go there: just south of the intersection of Clybourn, Belmont and Western
Program: Class schedule

Dance Center Chicago
In brief: Dancing together helps couples stay in touch with each other. If you are looking for a way to meet people, ballroom dancing provides a wonderful opportunity to make new friends.

Address: 3868 North Lincoln, 2nd Floor, Chicago, IL 60613
How to go there: On the southwest corner of Lincoln and Byron, above Chase Bank
Program: Class schedule