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The improvisational nature of Tango

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Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentine tango is now a popular social dance form all over the world. Karin Norgard first discovered tango in Anchorage, Alaska, in 2005 and was immediately attracted to the beautiful music and the improvisational nature of the dance. Karin has over a decade of teaching experience and fosters curiosity and enthusiasm in her classes (Argentine Tango: Beginning and Argentine Tango: Beyond Beginning).

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About Justin Eslinger

Justin is the Graphic Designer for PCC Continuing Education. His responsibilities include designing departmental promotions, student support and customer relations. Justin has an Associates of Applied Science in Graphic Design from Portland... more »

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