Tango DJ - Anthony "El Mafioso" Miller (Australia)
Tango DJ - Raul Pardo (Argentina)
Tango DJ - Gabriele Sabato (Italy)
A milonga is a delicate mixture of dramatic, romantic, energetic and funny feelings. During my set I select appropriate orchestras from the Edad de Oro to create a flow of emotions during the milonga. Rhythm, lyrics, tempo and cortinas: everything matters in order to let people enjoy their time, and go home with a smile on their face.
I play for the dancers and the main goal for me is to let people dance every tanda and feel comfortable. Receiving a smile while people are dancing, or a hug after a tanda they enjoyed is the greatest gift I can have when I play.
Playing mostly Edad de Oro is, to me, an opportunity to present the artistic peak of tango, and let everyone, including myself, enjoy the music they know, and have learned to love over their dancing years.
Tango DJ - Oliver Krstic (Switzerland)
Oliver Krstic is a passionate dancer, dedicated teacher of Argentine Tango, and DJ Virulazo
Oliver is internationally recognized and known popularly as 'Tango DJ Virulazo'. He has played the music in countless milongas in Buenos Aires and throughout Europe and Asia.
Since 2006, he has dedicated his life to Tango. As such, between 2007 and 2011, Oliver traveled to Buenos Aires every year to learn the roots of Tango in the capital of Tango from famous Tango dancers, some of whom include Carlitos Perez and Javier Rodriguez.
The golden age of Tango between 1930 and 1950 is clearly his predilection. The traditional Tango Tandas are strictly adapted and equal in the rhythmic, melodic and thematic content.
Tango DJ - Danilo Maddalena (Italy)
Tango DJ - Valentina Mitrieva (Ukraine)
Valentina began dancing Tango in the spring of 2010 in Buenos Aires.
This was a starting point of a long love story, of Tango, of Tango for her. She loves many things about Argentine culture, especially music and the easygoing South American mentality.
She has been DJing in Ukraine and International events for the last 4 years. Her philosophy is to focus on playing the Golden Age Tango because at she puts it
"it keeps fascinating me with the variety of emotions and endless beauty. My simplest and strongest joy is to see people smile when they hear their favorite music, and to feel connected with everyone on the dance floor."