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If it takes two to tango, Bardon's 2ballerinas is well placed to bring the dance to the westside.

The dance studio has introduced tango classes this year, for beginners and advanced students.

Principal dancers Rosetta Cook and Michelle Giammichele founded 2ballerinas in 2007 when they could not find anywhere for adults to practice ballet.

The new tango classes for beginners and more advanced students will be taken by Cook and Moshlo Shaw.

Cook and Shaw have danced together for a number of years.

Cook said she first became interested in tango in 1999 when she was assisting choreographer John O'Connell in his research for Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge, which she also danced in.

Shaw has taught tango at Riorhythmics, and has performed as a violinist and tango dancer in Buenos Aires.

Image Caption: Years of Experience: Tango teachers Rosetta Cook from Red Hill and Moshlo Shaw from Paddington dancing up a storm.

Picture: Chris McCormack
Westside News, Jan 20, 2010

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