Here I am practicing in a class at the Tucson Tango Festival, from which I just returned. There were teachers from countries such as Russia, Colombia, Argentina, and the United States. People came from many states to this festival. I had fun dancing with a Russian who now lives in Las Vegas.Only in America!
Dances are divided into blocks of three or four tunes, called a tanda. You dance with one partner for these songs. Then comes a break and it is off to a new partner. Proper etiquette requires the gentleman to ask the lady to dance. It is a dance that is Latin based, so that is their culture.Is that difficult? It can feel so if you aren't dancing. Regardless, it truly looks and feels like art when it is well done. That is a feeling shared by those of us who dance, no matter where we come from, or where are feet are moving!