125 years of Tango celebration with new exhibit at National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs

125 years of Tango celebration with new exhibit at National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs

Have you ever wonder how old the Tango is? This Saturday, March 21, National Museum of Dance invites visitors to its opening reception dedicated solely to most seductive, passionate and popular dance style - Argentine Tango. The exhibit 125 Years of Tango: A Walk Through the History of the Dance is open to the public and will be housed in the Washington Bathhouse in Saragota Springs, New York.

Take a journey through the history of amazing Tango. This event is absolutely free and will feature costumes, artifacts and historical details, music, live music provided by Bronte Entertainment, tango demonstrations, Tango dancing, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.


The Tango exhibition will be running for one year till March 2016 and will impress anyone. Some of rare footage will be shown publicly for the first time. Also museum visitors can even learn the Tango dance itself. Presented history will take you from primitive Tango of 1890s, it chronicles the Tango evolution, all the way to magnificent Tango of today. In collaboration with tango dancer and historian Anton Gazenbeek museum will show the largest tango film archive in the world. Visit for additional information about this event official website of National Museum of Dance at www.dancemuseum.org

19.03.2015