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SoTango Intermediate

Location: North Sydney < Class >
Date: Monday, 10 February 2020
Time: 19:30-20:30 Cost: unknown
SoTango Intermediate classes Mondays 7.30-8.30pm
at Presbyterian School Hall, Blues Point Road, North Sydney
Spacious heritage-listed hall with mirrors and immaculate wooden floor.
You can attend with or without a partner.

Sophia de Lautour (Alvarez), a national tango champion and Paul (Pablito) Warren
- a combined tango experience of 34 years+

Course Structure
Every 7 week course covers a different theme - based on moves most useful for social tango dancing.
You can start any time in the course cycle and do not need to wait till the next course starts.
Prerequisite: Completion of SoTango's Level 2 or equivalent.
Course rate includes the following (conditions apply):
• Free entry to lower level class on the same night (as assistants - this is a great way to warm up and review the fundamentals!)
• Complimentary video lesson reviews and study notes.
• Missed lessons can be credited towards private lessons.
• You can alternate between our North Sydney, Glebe and Bondi venues as each cover the same content.
• Studio space provided for optional practicing after class.

7-week course rate: $150 for seven weeks or early bird $140 (if payment received one week before course starts).
Casual rate is $25.

Getting There
Located between Blue and Lavender Streets
5 minutes walk from North Sydney station.
Un-metered parking in Blues Pt Road and surrounding streets after 6pm. 
Organisation: SoTango

Name of School: SoTango
Principal Teachers: Sophia de Latour & Paul Warren
Location(s): North Sydney, Redfern, Glebe, Bondi Junction*
Year of Establishment: 2013
Contact: Sophia 0411 747 949
Venue: Presbyterian School Hall
181 Blues Point Road, North Sydney

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