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What's New in Tango in Iceland

Walter Perez – 1 day only!

Hinn frábæri argentínski tangókennari Walter Perez millilendir hjá okkur í einn dag, mánudaginn 9. júlí, á leið frá NY til Berlínar – hann býðst til þess að taka fólk í einkatíma og halda stutt námskeið. Við reiknum með því að geta verið á Sólon Bistro – eða Hressó, nánar auglýst síðar. Við erum byrjuð að skrá í tímana, ath. þetta er einungis einn dagur.   Um er að ræða einkatíma og/eða hóptíma um kvöldið.

Skráning hjá Svönu í síma 697 5962 eða


Argentinian Tango Master, Walter Perez, will be in Iceland Monday July 9th on his way from NY to Berlin.  He is available for private lessons and short tango classes.  The teaching will take place at Hressó or Sólon Bistro (more information later about venues).  Registration has started.  Please contact Svana for more information and registration (GSM:  697 5962 or e-mail:

Announcement from Tango Adventure

Dear tango dancers,
At our general meeting the 11th of February Rut Ríkey Tryggvadóttir resigned as chairman of the board. Svanhildur Valsdóttir was unanimously elected as the new chairman.
Tango kisses from Tango Adventure!

Practica at Hressó


Every Sunday from 5:30-8:00 pm, we host a guided practica at Hresso bar and restaurant, located at Austurstræti 20. In a cosy corner of the bar with an excellent wooden floor, we practice together and work on details in the dance. We change roles, and sometimes watch tango videos, etc. We play mostly traditional tango music with an occasional mixture of alternative music. Everybody is welcome, no partner needed only enthusiasm for dancing! Or just come for coffee or other refreshments, sit and watch.

Admission is 700 kr. or buy a discount card worth 10 admissions for 5000 kr.


Solstice Tango Retreat - Pictures!

Please enjoy some pictures from the Solstice Tango Retreat. Or you can look at them on Facebook if you like to make comments.

Tango Adventure Sponsors/Styrktaraðilar:

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It's Scientific - Tango is good for you!

In a recent issue of the Danish tango magazine Tangotiden, there was an article covering a study done in Frankfurt, Germany, showing the positive effects of tango both physically and emotionally. Read the Icelandic translation of the Danish article on our website, or download a pdf of the complete results of the study in English from the online journal where it was published.

What is Tango Technique?

Have you ever taken a tango class and found the figures difficult to learn even though you understood intellectually the steps you were supposed to do? If so, then you would probably benefit from taking a class in tango technique. Perhaps you have simply not learned to extend your leg properly, disassociate your upper body from your lower, or really connect with your partner as a leader or follower. Once you master these basics in tango movements, learning new steps and figures will be much easier and it will feel more like tango.

Tango History and Music

Check out the Tango Resources section on the links page. We've added a few interesting websites about tango music, dance and history.

Ongoing Events:

Sundays - Practica at Hressó

Sundays from 5:30-8:00pm at Hressó, Austurstræti 20
Admission 700 kr. or 500 kr. if you purchase a discount card.

Tango Club Reykjavik

The Tango Club Reykjavik holds regular events. See for more information.

Salsa Dancing

Salsa fans can check out the following 2 links for information about Iceland's salsa community:




Event Calendar


michael watson video

Michael Watson & Romina Tomillo

sebastian arrua video

Sebastian Arrua & Paula Pandol

Matias & Claudia

Matias Facio & Claudia Rogowski

Ozgur & Marina

Özgur Demir & Marina Marques - Sinsabor

Daniel & Sigrid

Danial Carlsson & Sigrid Van Tilbeurgh - In the Death Car

Tango Poetry Book

Ég halla mér að þér og flýg - engin venjuleg ferðasaga, a book of lyrical texts about tango by Kristín Bjarnadóttir. Please see Kristín's blog for more information.