The Orchestras

The Orchestras

Sexteto Cristal

Sexteto Cristal keeps the beautiful sound of almost forgotten musical tradition of tango alive. The desire of tangueros for the danceable “classics” of all time was the first inspiration and horizon of the sextet on the way to create their own style and repertoire.

You can hear the original sound of different orchestras in their interpretation, which mirrors the very special melodious phrasing, dramatic articulation and powerful rhythm of the golden age of tango.

El Cachivache

The new age of tango: Not nuevo, but a refreshing, new look at what tango is and can be… Cachivache are performing on traditional instruments adding the electric guitar by Vito. They rocked the Intermezzo in 2019 and now they will be back in 2022 with new arrangements  !

El Cachivache serves up its music in a vigorous manner with a good dose of humor, mixing up overdriven traditional tango music with a post punk look, which simultaneously frightens and attracts 🙂

El CACHIVACHE is very popular in its home city of Buenos Aires, playing around 90 concerts a year. They quickly attract attention in Europe and Asia for their very distinctively modern style.


Orquesta La Juan D’Arienzo

Ten men on stage for the Intermezzo Grand Night Milonga.
The amazing orchesta La Juan D’Arienzo and the real ‘El Rey del Compas’.  The orchestra bring back the feeling of the original D’Arienzo and are known as the most powerfull Orchestra Tipica.

Since the 2012 debut in Buenos Aires, La Juan D’Arienzo has aimed to offer listeners and dancers the characteristic music in the style of the legendary tango orchestra leader Juan D’Arienzo, who was known as the Rey del Compás, or the King of the Rhythm. The young and talented musicians not only offer that mode of one of the greatest orchestras in Argentine tango history, they also bring a freshness that has been welcomed by audiences around the world.

The orchestra La JUAN D’ARIENZO consists of 10 musicians: Pablo Valle on piano; Andres Santarciero on doublebass; Juan Pablo Cravenna, Sebastian Frassón,Pablo Ginzburg, and Emilio Pagano on violins; Pablo Amado, Ricardo Badaracco, Facundo Lazzari, and Oscar Yemha on bandoneóns.
The orchestra is directed by the first bandoneónist, Lazzari, whose grandfather was Carlos Lazzari, the first bandoneónist and arranger for the original Juan D’Arienzo Orchestra from 1950 until 1976, when D’Arienzo passed away, and then the leader of Los Solistas de D’Arienzo.


We are so happy to offer you this as and extra concert on Sunday afternoon at Intermezzo 2022 and then Bandonegro will play for dancing at the final milonga Sunday night.

Just try to see and listen to this video – ‘the angels are singing’


The tango quartet of the younger generation, all born in 1993 !

High energy and great musicality is what you can expect by these guys from the new tango generation.
During the last 4 years they have become very popular in Europe and even in Buenos Aires. They are musicians who really understand the need for dancers and on top of that also performed some amazing Piazzolla concerts.