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Ilana Rubin and Tony Fan bring to the tango a life-long interest in dance.

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    Performing Art Organizations

Tony and Ilana have the special gift of excellent teaching. They take a creative approach to tango, and combine musicality with a superb analysis and breakdown of the individual movements. Their classes are fun, informative, well thought out and presented. Tony and Ilana teach a regular curriculum of tango classes in the Seattle area. Their lessons have grown increasingly popular since their first weekly classes in 1996. They are now leading one of the major tango schools in Seattle and offer special workshops around cities in the west coast. Their workshops have been featured in the Northwest Folklife Festival, Portland Tango Festival, and Palm Springs Tango Festival, as well as many tango communities in the west coast from Los Angeles and San Francisco to Vancouver B.C., Canada. Their regular classes are offered through the Bellevue Ballet Arts Center, WAC, North Seattle Community College, Shoreline Community College, and Bellevue Community College.