About The Harvard School of Public Health Tango Club


The Harvard School of Public Health Tango Club is based at the Harvard School of Public Health and is aimed at promoting Argentine tango dance within the Longwood community, particularly for students, faculty, and employees of the Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard Medical School, and all affiliated institutions.  The club has close ties to most instructors and studios in the Boston tango community.  


The club was founded in 2005 by Martha and Pracha Eamranond. Although they met on the salsa dance floor, they have had a lifetime passion for tango which was reignited soon after meeting one another. They became so passionate about Argentine tango that they moved to Buenos Aires in 2004. In 2005, they relocated to Boston where they started the Harvard School of Public Health Tango Club. They continue to instruct at the club and return to Buenos Aires twice a year. Pracha is on faculty at Harvard Medical School and Martha recently finished her PhD at Yale in Latin American Literature.


Everybody is welcome. No partner necessary. No experience necessary. Group classes, privates classes, choreographies, and performances available all year round.