Learn Argentine Tango with Phyllis and Darryl
at Richland Community College
Class Description: Students will learn the Argentine Tango method of walking; basic pattern with closure and resolution;
forward & backward Ocho's; break & cross steps. Participants will be able to use these patterns and movements
improvisational on the dance floor. A great deal of time will also be spent listening and understanding the music and how to
move (dance) with it. Partners are not required; however, this is a dramatic dance that is best danced with someone with
whom you are comfortable.
How to Register:
There are three ways to register for the classes.
You will need the following information to register: “Argentine Tango I” /Course#: 1000 /Section#: 82010
1. In person:
12800 Abrams Road, Dallas TX 75243
Office: Thunderduck Hall
Office Hours: M‐Th 8:30am – 7:00pm / F – 8:30am – 5:00pm / Sat – 8:30am – 1:30pm
2. By phone:
972 – 238 – 6146 OR 972-238-6143
Be ready to give your credit card number and expiration date, and course information.
3. On line:
2. Point to “Continuing Education” and click on “Registration”.
3. Click on “enroll and register online for most Continuing Education classes” link:
4. Scroll down and choose:
Term: Spring 2012
RLC – Richland College – check box
In the Course Box, choose “DANZ – Dance” from the drop box
In the Course #, type 1000
In the Section #, type 83010 and Click “Submit”.
5. Check “Select Section(s)” box and click “Submit”.
6. Complete “Personal Identification” page and click “Submit”.
7. Complete “Pay for Classes” page and click “Submit”.
8. Complete “Electronic Card Entry” page and click “Submit”.
9. You will receive a confirmation email with your registration information.
Darryl and Phyllis have been dancing and teaching Argentine tango in
the DFW area since 1999. They travel yearly to Buenos Aires to study
and network with Argentine teachers, refine their knowledge of
Argentine traditions and update their extensive music collection.
Darryl and Phyllis welcome beginner students with a very practical
and approachable teaching method of social tango as a walking and