EVAN GRIFFITHS in Philadelphia
Download flyer and registration form
Videos of Evan

FRIDAY, AUGUST 1: Evan & Meredith perform at the Arts League Milonga, 4226 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, 9pm-1am, $10.


1-2:30 pm: Musicality of the Marcato (All levels)
3-4:30 pm: Quickness, Fluidity and Rock Steps (All levels)
4:45-6:15 pm: Perfect Boleos Made Easy (Int). I can personally attest to the fact that Evan’s boleos are more beautiful than most women’s. I definitely recommend coming to learn his secrets!

Recommended Milonga Saturday night: La Pausa


1-2:30 pm: Practical Uses of the Offbeat (Int)
3-4:30 pm: Zippy Baby Ochos (Int/Adv)
4:45-6:15 pm: Volcadas & Colgadas in Close Embrace (Int/Adv)

Maximum registration in any workshops: 22 participants.

Workshops will be held at South Street Tango Studio, 1527 South St., Philadelphia, PA 19146. Click here for a map of the location.

With preregistration by 7/21:
All day Saturday or Sunday: $65
All workshops: $115

Without preregistration:
All classes: $25/each

Student Discount: 15% off of packages and single classes

To register, download the flyer and registration form in a PDF. Registration Form.

To schedule private lessons with Evan, email meredithklein@gmail.com or call 617-291-3798.


We are very excited to be able to offer workshops with Evan Griffiths, an extraordinary New York City-based dancer. I have danced extensively with Evan and performed with him in Buenos Aires earlier this year (click here for videos from that performance). I can testify to the fact that Evan is an absolutely world-class dancer and teacher of Argentine tango.

In addition to dancing, teaching and performing tango, Evan holds down an active schedule performing as a tango pianist. Due to the breadth of his musical knowledge, he is particularly sought after for his workshops in musicality. Two of the six workshops that he'll give in Philadelphia will focus on musicality.


"Evan is one of the most dedicated tango professionals in the US. And, in my opinion, he is the single most accomplished American male tango dancer." --Andres Amarilla

"Evan is the West Coast's 'secret weapon'. He is one of the most talented leaders (and followers!) around, with a refined ear for the music, and the technical understanding of the dance in order to interpret successfully what he hears. Evan has paid his dues as a dancer, teacher and musician in the Tango and it is obvious when you see/hear him."--Alex Krebs

"Evan's glowing passion for Tango is most inspiring. His understanding of the musicality and sophisticated interpretation kept my eyes glued to his dancing. As well as being the refined leader and follower he is, I trust his approach to teaching will be rewarding to all students." --Tomas Howlin