Mon 29 Jan 2024, 20:30 – Tango concert & Milonga by La Maquina Invisible


29 January 2024
Milonga starts at 20:00
Concert starts at 20:30
Door open: 19:45

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The Invisible Machine, a group with over 10 years of experience in Tango, presents a powerful concert composed of classic dance pieces from the great orchestras of the 40s and 50s.

Additionally, they will share works by Astor Piazzolla and new compositions from group members.

A concert designed for dance enthusiasts, but also for those who love to listen to a good interpretation of Tango.

The ensemble is arriving in the Netherlands for the first time, after performing on the most prestigious stages in Argentina and Latin America, and having received multiple awards and recognitions, including the first prize at the First World Tango Orchestra Championship in 2017.”

The music of La Máquina Invisible:

Pablo Galimberti –  Violín
Guido Gavazza – Bandoneón
Manuel Martínez –  Piano
Facundo Jaimes – Guitarra Eléctrica/Electric Guitar
Germán Realini – Contrabajo/Double Bass

La Máquina Invisible, grupo con más de 10 años de trayectoria en el Tango, presenta un potente concierto  compuesto por los clásicos bailables de las grandes orquestas del 40 y 50.

Además, se compartirán obras de Astor Piazzolla y nuevas composiciones de sus integrantes. Un concierto pensado para los amantes del baile pero también para aquellos que aman escuchar una buena interpretación del Tango.

El conjunto llega por primera vez a Holanda, luego de haberse presentado en los escenarios más prestigiosos de Argentina y Latinoamérica, y habiendo conseguido múltiples premios y reconocimientos, entre ellos el primer premio en el Primer Mundial de Orquestas de Tango en 2017.

DJ Torito

Iets over mij als tanguero en DJ

Since 1991 it is Argentine Tango for me. Part from dancing a few nights per week, I’ve been teaching it, performing it on stage, organising events, and getting event organisors and media the tango artists for their projects, parties and broadcasts.
As Tango DJ I’ll see to it that lyrical or romantic songs and more energetic or rhythmic pieces be played with ‘a wave length’ of about one hour. A set of milongas may best be preceeded by a set of the already more rhythmic tangos, and be followed up by a set of the calmer romantic tangos. I’ll play traditional style, but I like also to put in some ‘neo’ as well, depending the expectations of the visitors of the particular milonga.

I’ve been Tango DJ the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Greece and Peru, and recently in Argentina as wel.

In March I was DJ in the milonga ‘Caminito’ in Córdoba, Argentina. I’ve spent a whole day listening to my music again and preparing sets, tandas and cortinas (with more salsa, as I knew they were used to). I think it payed of, since the locals judged my w