The Orchestra

The Orchestra

ABOUT

The Tango-Ar Orchestra, founded in 2015, serves to bring Argentine Tango alive, just as it was in the early years of Tango culture. Professionals in the art of Tango music with years of experience for the bandoneon, violin, contrabass, cello and piano. The Tango-Ar Orchestra plays the dramatic tango sounds for the performances at Tango Nights and the more classical, traditional music at Tango-Ar residence Milonga Porteña in London and at the other social dancing.

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Meet the Orchestra

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TangoAr Dance Academy Maestros and Musicians

Nayla Danchuk

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Nayla began her artistic career at age 5 in Marcelo Tinelli’s programme. At age 10, she won the tango contest held in the program of Susana Gimenez and received her first professional CD with the international label EMI as the contest prize. At her young age of twenty, she has already been at major national and international stages: such as Atahualpa Yupanqui stage in the Festival of Cosquín in the International Festival of Tango Fair Daract, Chile Papudo Theatre, Theatre The Concourse Chatswood in Sydney, Australia, etc. Her debut on the big screen, singing, was at thirteen in the film ..Read More

TangoAr Dance Academy Maestros and Musicians

Tango-Ar Orchestra

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Juanjo Passo (Bandoneon & musical director) Irina Binder ( Violin) Per Tidstrand ( Cello) Viktor Auregard (Contrabass) Garik Binder (Piano) The orchestra’s music is the tango from Rio de la Plata, a repertoire with a great variety from the 1940’s and -50’s up to this date. Well-known composers like Villoldo, Canaro, Fresedo, Di Sarli, Troilo, Pugliese and Piazzolla, to mention a few, are the part of this repertoire. The music is primarily played for dancing; for people to meet in the embrace of the tango and to be carried away by the music. But with this wide range of music, the ..Read More

TangoAr Dance Academy Maestros and Musicians

Juanjo Passo

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Since my childhood he began to sing in school and taking private lessons with local tango guitar players to learn the basics of guitar, music theory and ear training. At the age of thirteen, he came with his family to Sweden, where, after a long break of playing resumed his guitar studies. He began playing tango at the age of sixteen and participated in groups of different musicians. He is self-taught in the genre of tango and have developed his own style in the art of accompaniment. He does accompanies both singers and instrumentalists. Between 1993-1998 Juanjo and his father founded the ..Read More