Musicality Lesson & Informal Art Exhibit
Coming soon!


Musicality Lesson

For complete beginners or experienced dancers interested in Argentine tango

Lesson 1 - 2:15 to 3:15 PM

Basic history of tango music. Basic musicality: rhythm, simple-time step, double-time step, half-time step and melodic rhythm in tango.

Lesson 2 - 3:45 to 4:45 PM

Melody and rhythm, dialogue between melodies, syncopation, 3-3-2 syncopation. Form and structure of tango.

Equanimity & Flow

A discussion of the essential conditions for flow during the lessons. How dancing with the music facilitates equanimity and flow. States leading up to flow and dynamic equanimity.

Adapted from the work of Joaquin Amenabar, professor, conductor, performer & tuner from the dance & music department of the National University of Arts, Argentina.

Informal Art Exhibit

An informal exhibition of the works of Gino Severini, the leading Italian cubist, surrealist and futurist from Italy, around Argentine tango and Ballet.


A curated collection of art and artifacts from the life long collection of Argentine tango dancer, teacher and historian Alberto Paz and his wife Valorie Hart.

Exhibition: 3:15 to 3:45 PM



Doors open at 2:00PM

Musicality lesson 1............ 2:15 to 3:15PM
Mini Art-Exhibition........... 3:15 to 3:45PM
Musicality lesson2................3:45 to 4:45PM

Tango Argentino

Musicality Lesson
& Mini-Art Exhibition




    Karn Verma

    Karn has previously taught at the Bechtel International Center at Stanford, Jikoji Zen Center in Los Gatos, and Friday Night Waltz & Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto. He dances many contemporary and historical dances and has been teaching tango since 2017. In the same year, he traveled to Buenos Aires to study Argentine tango intensely and recently returned from Rome after training with dancer, actor, and living tango legend, Pablo Verón. His teaching and social dance philosophy are inspired by Stanford dance teacher and historian, Richard Powers, who was instrumental in bringing tango to the United States in the 80s and 90s through the Stanford Tango Weeks. You can read more about Karn here: www.feelingflow.org/founder

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