MonTango - the friendliest tango school in Montreal

The Friendliest Tango School in Montreal for more than 12 years!

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MonTango News and Reviews

What our students are saying about MonTango:

"At a moment in my life when I was looking for a  place to have fun and to make new friends, I discovered the warmth and colour of MonTango -- quite literally by peeking into the studio windows from Sherbrooke St. and seeing a beautiful room of couples dancing. Here I found a school where the social and the artistic are deeply entwined, where I felt my interests and questions were welcome and encouraged, and where I gained confidence both in my dancing and in myself thanks to first-rate instruction and a unique spirit of community at the heart Argentine tango. Very soon I found myself returning weekly to dance at MonTango’s milongas, and after three years of classes and many, many dances, I cannot think of Montreal or of tango without MonTango."

Martin Cheffins, 2014

"MonTango is the friendliest tango school in Montreal. Having attended classes, assisted in some, and danced at their milongas for many years, I can attest that the teachers are very professional, very approachable, and very encouraging to both students and other milongueros and milongueras who attend the milongas. The school has the warmest ambiance and their music is the best in town, comprised of both classic tangos and alternative pieces. Dancing to their music brings out the passion of tango and the playfulness of a milonga, making it impossible to resist dancing to the very inspiring music. I highly recommend MonTango to beginners and advanced dancers alike!"

Lydia Martone, 2014

"I have taken tango lessons for the past year at MonTango and I am back for more! What brings me back? Very competent and caring teachers maintaining high standards in a technical and social ambiance. Plus practice times with teachers present and milonga dances twice weekly, and not to forget tango music, which slowly and surely seeps through the whole."

Gordon Cahill, 2014