« The tango and the milonga reflect what we are and the society we live in. If the society changes, the milonga changes. » Read the first part of the interview here, and the second part there. The milonga reflects society « When I started to “musicalize”, I was 25
“What is important to me is that people can have fun and that there are as many people as possible on the dance floor. That people dance well or bad don’t really interest me. The milonga has to be like a party!” First part of the interview to be read
“You shall never see me on the dance floor or listent to me criticize a music. I feel like being a sensations administrator.” Marcelo Rojas, internationally known in milongas and tango festivals, is a “musicalizer” for the great tango radio station in Buenos Aires, « La 2×4 ». The station is listened
In fact, we identify much more with “mechanics” than stringed-instrument luthiers. The work is completely different. Pablo and Emmanuel are two young guys with technical training and Fine Arts diplomas who play the bandoneon. In 2013, these two friends decided to create “Fuelles del Sur” (Bellows from the south), a
“We are currently assisting a whole musical movement looking forward, but most of the orchestras that actually have work are playing old things.” Hugo Satorre multiplies musical projects as we saw in the first part of his interview… Here is what comes next to know better this great musician! What
“When I played the bandoneon for the first time, suddenly everything became clear. I had found “my” instrument. At last!” The Ramirez-Satorre Duet, the Orquestra Victoria, Otros Aires…. Hugo Satorre multiplies projects, diversifying styles from traditional tango to electronic tango by way of classical music. He tells us how passionate
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Read the first part of the interview here. So Marco is a professional dancer but also a teacher. What does he feel is his contribution to the tango? “There are many things to say, and it depends a lot upon your point of view. As a teacher, I would say