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Montreal's friendliest tango school

If you can walk

you can dance

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About MonTango

MonTango was founded in 2007 and we officially opened the doors of our studio in 2008. Located in N.D.G., we are the only Argentine tango school in the city's west end.

Over the years we have built a reputation for having a warm and friendly atmosphere as well as a great musical selection at our milongas, and an excellent team of instructors who are at once expert and approachable.

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La Práctica Primeros Pasos


8-10 pm

Come and practise your steps under the supervision of your teachers.


$10 per person; $5 for MonTango students; free for our Tango 1 students

La Milonga Connexion Tango


9 pm-1 am

Join us for our fun and friendly Friday night milonga!


$15 per person; $18 for non members

La Milonga

Café Domingo


2:30-6 pm

Café Domingo has been THE Sunday afternoon milonga in Montreal since 2008!


$15 per person; $18 for non members



March 21 to 24, 2024


For the 8th edition of Tanguerafest, the festival that takes place in March each year to mark International Women's Day and celebrate the women of tango, we will welcome Carolina Bonaventura, back for the second time by popular demand.


We are also thrilled to announce that Cuarteto Rotterdam, one of Europe's best tango ensembles, will perform at the Saturday Tanguerafest Ball at the magnificent Paradoxe Theatre.


We have a physical boutique in which we carry a selection of tango shoes for women and men. In women's shoes we have a variety of practice and dress shoes with lower heel heights.

We also have elegant T-shirts and a small selection of women's clothes, including dresses, skirts and knitted boleros to keep your shoulders warm between tandas. Come see us!


25 Tango Lessons

by Andrea Shepherd

illustrated by Juan C. Raggo


Andrea discovered Argentine tango in her 20s. Over the next decades it gradually changed – and in many ways became – her life. Just about everything in tango is a microcosm of life at large, and just about everything we learn on the dance floor is a life lesson as well. This book is a collection of some of the most interesting and valuable things this passionate and complex dance has taught Andrea over the years she has been practising and teaching it.

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