Tango Siempre present “Malandras Del Tango”

Featuring Victor Villena (Bandoneon), Guillermo Rozenthuler (voice) and tango dancers Alexandra and Giraldo

Wednesday 28 April 2010, 7:30pm at the Queen Elizabeth Hall – Southbank Centre – (website)

Inspired by tango, jazz and contemporary music, Tango Siempres sound is passionate, intense and soulful. Since forming in 1998 they have developed their own unique and eclectic style which fuses the traditional tango orquestra tipica sound with Piazzolla’s radical reworkings. The septet’s new show Malandras Del Tango features Gotan Projects virtuoso Bandoneon player, Victor Villena, as well as highly-rated vocalist Guillermo Rozenthuler and dancers Alexandra and Giraldo.

‘A brilliant fusion of classical, tango, jazz and roots.’ The Guardian

Book tickets now

Prices:
£16 £12

Booking Fee:
£1.45 (Members £0.00)

Concessions:
50% off (limited availability)


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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. David Bailey
    Mar 12, 2010 @ 16:31:55

    Probably a silly question, but is there dancing?

  2. Arlene
    Mar 12, 2010 @ 17:12:48

    @DB
    Probably not. It looks like a performance or concert. I like to inform people of other Tango related events, not just dancing. It could be interesting and make for a good evening out as there are many restaurants nearby. If I was still living in London, I would go! 😉

  3. Tango Siempre
    Mar 12, 2010 @ 19:13:41

    Hi David,
    I’m just responding to your query about Tango Siempre’s show at the QEH on 28th April. We’re presenting an exciting new Orquesta Tipica project featuring with 7 musicians (including Victor Villena and Julian Rowlands on bandoneons and Guillermo Rozenthuler on vocals) plus the fantastic dancers Giraldo Escobar and Alexandra Wood who will be doing some choreographed dances numbers to our music. I hope you can make it! Any other queries please do get in touch: info@tangomusic.co.uk.
    All the best,
    Ros
    Tango Siempre

  4. David Bailey
    Mar 16, 2010 @ 19:30:12

    Thanks for the replies. I’m a bit of a philistine on the “listening” side of things, to be honest – if there’s no dancing I get fidgety.

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