Vania in Billings

We are excited to be bringing tango extraordinaire Vania Rey back to Montana for several workshops and privates at the end of September/beginning of October! Come join us in Billings for five tango workshops, a wine and cheese práctica, and a milonga!

Friday, September 30th
     Workshop 1, 7-8:30pm - Enjoying the Pauses
     Wine & Cheese práctica, 9-11pm

Saturday, October 1st
     Workshop 2, 1-2:30pm - Adding Dynamics to Your Steps
     Workshop 3, 2:45-4:15pm - Adornos for Followers AND Leaders
     Evening milonga, 8pm-12am - DJ Tommy (Boise), semi-formal to formal

Sunday, October 2nd
     Workshop 4, 1-2:30pm - Back Crosses
     Workshop 5, 2:45-4:15pm - Milonguero Dip Variations

Weekend Passes
$80 - This covers all five workshops, práctica, and milonga from Friday through Sunday.
$160 - Covers all five workshops, práctica, milonga, AND a one-hour private with Vania!

Individual Events
Each workshop - $20 in advance, $25 at the door
Práctica - $5 suggested donation at the door
Milonga - $10 at the door

Private Lessons (September 28th - October 4th, one hour, up to two people)
One - $100/private
Two - $90/private
Three or more - $80/private

Vania will also be available for privates in Bozeman prior to her weekend in Billings, so consider the package deal to save some cash! Please contact Sean (Billings) or Kerie (Bozeman) to schedule your privates, slots will fill up quickly!


Workshops & Milonga - Southside Senior Center, 901 S. 30th St, Billings
Práctica & Privates - Casa Folsom, Billings (contact Sean for the address!)

Vania in Billings (PayPal fees added, pay by check/cash to avoid fees)

Bonus Events - Bozeman
Vania will be teaching a workshop on Tuesday (September 27) at 8pm, and will be at the Thursday (September 29) practilonga starting at 7:30pm!

Instructor Bio
Vania is an internationally recognized teacher, performer and DJ, who has worked in Europe, USA, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Buenos Aires. Dancing since she was 9 years old, in 2000 she discovered and immersed herself in Argentine tango, first as a follow and a year later as a lead too. In 2002 Vania started teaching tango. In her classes she pays special attention to three key areas: precision of movement, creating a comfortable embrace for leads and followers, and musicality. She shows how body mechanics and geometry are the basis for a great connection. Vania's students value her keen eye, detailed and clear instruction, as well as her patience and kindness.