The Orchestras

The Orchestras

SoloTango

The top orchestra from Moscow.  We are proud to present them at the opening night.

The sound of the orchestra can be described as a perfect sense of style, powerful energy and high quality of performance. The repertoire includes complex tango songs that sound great at major concert halls, including the best tangos of the “Golden Age”, which makes them convenient and comfortable to dance in the milongas.

The high level energy of four solists combined; Artem TIMIN at the piano, Aleksandr RIAZANOV at the violin, Pavel RATYNSKII at the bandoneon, Ilia ALPEEV on double bass.
This is SOLO TANGO from Russia with love and style.

ChimiChango

The golden age of tango performed by musicians from Collectif Roulotte Tango in France. From Biagi to Troilo plus new arrangements and compositions. These wonderful musicians are performing the four elements within the tango: earth, water, air, fire.

CHIMICHANGO is a new project of the collective ROULOTTE TANGO, focused towards musical creation and miscegenation of all kinds: playing a repertoire ranging from the traditional repertoire of the 40’s to today’s arrangements and compositions.

CHIMICHANGO is an original quartet, with Julien BLONDEL at the piano, Mehdi Al-Tinaoui at the violin, Aureliano MARIN on vocals, double bass and guitar, and Simone TOLOMEO at the bandonéon.

Orquesta La Juan D’Arienzo

Eleven 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 11 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; and Fernando Rodas, a talented singer. 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.

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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 will be the bonus closing night orchestra in 2020.

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.