Three ensembles give you an opportunity to relive major developments in the history of tango. A mythical group of the 1960s, the Quinteto Real takes you back to the very beginnings of the genre; Escalandrum paints the portrait of the illustrious Astor Piazzolla; while the Juan Pablo Navarro Sexteto performs a contemporary version of the tango.
printed on 16-06-2019
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In 2000, the legendary musicians of Quinteto Real were named 'the twentieth century’s best quintet'. Wynton Marsalis is a fan. And so are we, and that's why we are already slipping our tango shoes on ...Tickets More info
The Juan Pablo Navarro Sexteto proves that tango is still very much alive and kicking. The six-piece ensemble of the Argentinean double bassist effortlessly switches between genres, innovating while r...
"Piazzolla originals are played with new élan and the ones that must have incurred the ire of the late master." (Latinjazznet, 2012) Daniel “Pipi” Piazzolla pays tribute to his illustrious gra...