About the Dutch Tangoweek

The Dutch Tangoweek Foundation has since 2009 the mission to make the Argentine Tango as a cultural movement more visible in the Netherlands. We want to give this cultural heritage the place it deserves.

Our events are characterized by live music of the highest international level at places where the atmosphere of the music is optimal. Because dance is an important form of musical experience we always provide a dance floor.

Our events have grown in a few years to a platform for national and international top talent that cares about the Argentine tango and is committed to preserve and protect this Unesco cultural movement in the Netherlands.

The Schedule

View the program and lineup for the festival.

  • Saturday afternoon June 4
  • Satuday evening June 4
  • Sunday afternoon June 5
  • Sunday evening June 5
  • Monday afternoon June 6
  • Monday evening, June 6
  • Het Klooster - Kerkzaal (dancefloor available)
DJ Tonada
12:00 - 13:00DJ Tonada

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

Officiële Opening
13:00 - 13:45Officiële Opening
Trio Warman / Houdijk / Post
13:45 - 14:30Trio Warman / Houdijk / Post

A vibrant combination. That’s how you can call the combination of Wim Warman (piano), Vincent Houdijk (Vibraphone) and Radboud Post (violin). A combination of instruments that you wouldn’t immediately expect to find in tango. They play a danceable program and are guided in their playing by what they see on the dance floor. A symbiosis of dance and music that sparkles.

DJ Tonada
14:30 - 14:45DJ Tonada

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

Trio Warman / Houdijk / Post
14:45 - 15:30Trio Warman / Houdijk / Post

A vibrant combination. That’s how you can call the combination of Wim Warman (piano), Vincent Houdijk (Vibraphone) and Radboud Post (violin). A combination of instruments that you wouldn’t immediately expect to find in tango. They play a danceable program and are guided in their playing by what they see on the dance floor. A symbiosis of dance and music that sparkles.

DJ Tonada
15:30 - 17:00DJ Tonada

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

  • Fluor - Hoofdpodium (dancefloor available)
DJ
20:00 - 21:00DJ Coos

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

21:00 - 21:45El Juntacadaveres

Tango on a pop-stage? Why not! The men of El Juntacadavres show that Argentine Tango is more than a dance for old people. With their crossovers of Argentine Tango, Punk, Hip Hop and other musical styles, they regularly perform at leading festivals such as Sziget in Budapest. For the first time in the Netherlands and probably not for the last time. And of course you get to dance to it. But that’s not a prerequisite.

DJ
21:45 - 22:30DJ Coos

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

22:30 - 23:15El Juntacadaveres

Tango on a pop-stage? Why not! The men of El Juntacadavres show that Argentine Tango is more than a dance for old people. With their crossovers of Argentine Tango, Punk, Hip Hop and other musical styles, they regularly perform at leading festivals such as Sziget in Budapest. For the first time in the Netherlands and probably not for the last time. And of course you get to dance to it. But that’s not a prerequisite.

DJ
23:45 - 00:30DJ Coos

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

  • Het Klooster - Kerkzaal (dancefloor available)
  • Het Klooster - Gregoriuszaal.
  • Grand Cafe (dancefloor available)
DJ
11:30 - 12:00DJ Coos

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

Tango de Minas
12:00 - 12:45Tango de Minas

Tango de Minas plays tangos from the last 100 years – from traditional milongas through Finnish, Turkish and Serbian tangos to Tango Nuevo. ‘Minas’ comes from the Lunfardo – the common dialect for tango texts and means ‘women’. The five tangueras from Cologne form a quinteto non-típicas: pianist Claudia Glocksin founded the band with Argentine singer Ursula Cuesta and cellist Johanna Stein, Katharina Stashik on saxophones and drummer Gaby Juettner complete the unconventional instrumentation. Since 2015, the band has been conquering and invigorating audiences’ ears, hearts, and dancing feet. Their arrangements are guided by the stories of the pieces, the stories of tango, so that melancholy and lightness coexist inseparably. With great passion, creativity and humor, Tango de Minas defies every cliché and is still pure tango.

DJ
12:45 - 14:00DJ Coos

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

Tango de Minas
14:00 - 14:45Tango de Minas

Tango de Minas plays tangos from the last 100 years – from traditional milongas through Finnish, Turkish and Serbian tangos to Tango Nuevo. ‘Minas’ comes from the Lunfardo – the common dialect for tango texts and means ‘women’. The five tangueras from Cologne form a quinteto non-típicas: pianist Claudia Glocksin founded the band with Argentine singer Ursula Cuesta and cellist Johanna Stein, Katharina Stashik on saxophones and drummer Gaby Juettner complete the unconventional instrumentation. Since 2015, the band has been conquering and invigorating audiences’ ears, hearts, and dancing feet. Their arrangements are guided by the stories of the pieces, the stories of tango, so that melancholy and lightness coexist inseparably. With great passion, creativity and humor, Tango de Minas defies every cliché and is still pure tango.

DJ
14:45 - 16:00DJ Coos

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

14:45 - 16:00DJ Coos

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

Wim Warman & Dick de Graaf
13:00 - 13:45Duo Wim Warman / Dick de Graaf

Argentine Tango originated in the streets. Musicians who met and started playing together. In this way, extraordinary new forms and sounds emerged. During Dutch Tango Week, we bring the improvised tango back to the stage. Dick de Graaf played with Chet Baker, Misha Mengelberg and Kenny Weeler, among others. In this concert, he and our artistic advisor and pianist Wim Warman improvisedly play the tango stars of heaven. So every concert is a unique experience.

Wim Warman & Dick de Graaf
15:00 - 15:45Duo Wim Warman / Dick de Graaf

Argentine Tango originated in the streets. Musicians who met and started playing together. In this way, extraordinary new forms and sounds emerged. During Dutch Tango Week, we bring the improvised tango back to the stage. Dick de Graaf played with Chet Baker, Misha Mengelberg and Kenny Weeler, among others. In this concert, he and our artistic advisor and pianist Wim Warman improvisedly play the tango stars of heaven. So every concert is a unique experience.

16:00 - 18:00Dancing in the Grand Cafe

Especially for dancers, there is the possibility to dance during our “milonga” in the Grand Cafe.

  • Het Klooster - Kerkzaal (dancefloor available)
  • Het Klooster - Gregoriuszaal.
18:00 - 20:003 – course dinner

Of course, together with the students of Leerhotel het Klooster, we will provide a nice dinner. When ordering tickets, please indicate for each attendee whether you would like to use the vegetarian option or the meat option. The menu for Sunday, June 5:

Chicory/orange/goat cheese/almonds

(vegetarian) Asian style summer vegetable stew

or

(Meat) BBQ roasted lamb/mashroom endive/Amsterdam pickles/meat gravy

Strawberries/peach/verbena/gingersnap

19:00 - 19:30The Youngsters ft. Carel Kraayenhof

A new generation of musicians is emerging to keep Argentine Tango alive in the Netherlands. Students of the Sweelinck Academy and the Junior Jazz College, both in Amsterdam, are joining forces to perform the Tango. With 25 musicians and a choir, this is perhaps the most versatile lineup ever seen and heard during Dutch Tango Week.

Los Milonguitos
21:00 - 21:45Los Milonguitas

The tango trio “Los Milonguitas” has a clear goal in mind : that all dancers fill the milonga dance floor. Influenced by the great orchestras of the golden age, (Di Sarli, D’Arienzo, Caló), “Los Milonguitas” offer both trio versions in style and their own compositions, always taking into account the performance needs of the milongueros, the true protagonists of the dance floor.
Since 2014, in Buenos Aires, “Los Milonguitas” have been constantly working on their repertoire, during milongas porteñas, matching their musical choices to the style of the most prestigious milongueros, seeking the advice of dance professors and internationally recognized DJs.
The new compositions that complete the repertoire are inspired by the universe of today’s milongas porteñas, from the classical to the more informal or transgressive.

DJ
21:45 - 23:00DJ Mateo Atac

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

Los Milonguitos
23:00 - 23:45Los Milonguitas

The tango trio “Los Milonguitas” has a clear goal in mind : that all dancers fill the milonga dance floor. Influenced by the great orchestras of the golden age, (Di Sarli, D’Arienzo, Caló), “Los Milonguitas” offer both trio versions in style and their own compositions, always taking into account the performance needs of the milongueros, the true protagonists of the dance floor.
Since 2014, in Buenos Aires, “Los Milonguitas” have been constantly working on their repertoire, during milongas porteñas, matching their musical choices to the style of the most prestigious milongueros, seeking the advice of dance professors and internationally recognized DJs.
The new compositions that complete the repertoire are inspired by the universe of today’s milongas porteñas, from the classical to the more informal or transgressive.

DJ
23:45 - 00:30DJ Mateo Atac

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

20:00 - 20:45Omar Mollo & Friends

As one of the best tango singers in the world, Omar Mollo (AR) is a welcome guest during Dutch International Tango Week. And especially when he brings his friends along for a special program. A program that this year, for the first time, will allow audiences to attend. This year he is bringing Juan Pablo Dobal (piano), Santiago Cimadevilla (bandoneon) and Emma Breedveld (violin) for an evening of wonderful listening music.

22:00 - 22:45Omar Mollo & Friends

As one of the best tango singers in the world, Omar Mollo (AR) is a welcome guest during Dutch International Tango Week. And especially when he brings his friends along for a special program. A program that this year, for the first time, will allow audiences to attend. This year he is bringing Juan Pablo Dobal (piano), Santiago Cimadevilla (bandoneon) and Emma Breedveld (violin) for an evening of wonderful listening music.

  • Het Klooster - Kerkzaal (dancefloor available)
  • Het Klooster - Gregoriuszaal.
  • Grand Cafe (dancefloor available)
DJ
11:30 - 12:00DJ El Fresco

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

Quinteto Astor
12:00 - 12:45Quinteto Astor

Although Quinteto ASTOR is named after Piazzolla, this group feels especially happy when dancers are around. The quintet plays much more than just the music of this legend. In 2002, a thrilling phrase for passionate chamber music brings together five students from the Antwerp Conservatory. Astor Piazzolla’s tango nuevo seems to fit the group perfectly. Quinteto ASTOR is born.

DJ
12:45 - 14:00DJ El Fresco

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

Quinteto Astor
14:00 - 14:45Quinteto Astor

Although Quinteto ASTOR is named after Piazzolla, this group feels especially happy when dancers are around. The quintet plays much more than just the music of this legend. In 2002, a thrilling phrase for passionate chamber music brings together five students from the Antwerp Conservatory. Astor Piazzolla’s tango nuevo seems to fit the group perfectly. Quinteto ASTOR is born.

DJ
14:45 - 16:00DJ El Fresco

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

13:00 - 13:45Trifid

Rik Cornelissen (NL) is seen as an ambassador for the accordion and is inspired by jazz, tango and classical music. With an open mind he composes and creates new pieces that navigate between styles and show the versatility of the accordion. The music of TRIFID arose because three musicians felt the urge to merge the unique accordion, vibraphone and double bass. The result is an exciting and intense perspective of something best described as an animated, yet serene and intimate, energy field full of lyricism and mystery.

15:00 - 15:45Trifid

Rik Cornelissen (NL) is seen as an ambassador for the accordion and is inspired by jazz, tango and classical music. With an open mind he composes and creates new pieces that navigate between styles and show the versatility of the accordion. The music of TRIFID arose because three musicians felt the urge to merge the unique accordion, vibraphone and double bass. The result is an exciting and intense perspective of something best described as an animated, yet serene and intimate, energy field full of lyricism and mystery.

16:00 - 18:00Dancing in the Grand Cafe

Especially for dancers, there is the possibility to dance during our “milonga” in the Grand Cafe.

  • Het Klooster - Kerkzaal (dancefloor available)
  • Het Klooster - Gregoriuszaal.
18:00 - 20:003 – course dinner

Of course, together with the students of Leerhotel het Klooster, we will provide a nice dinner. When ordering tickets, please indicate for each attendee whether you would like to use the vegetarian option or the meat option. The menu for Monday, June 6:

Eggplant caviar/tomato gel/Ras el Hanout cream/desem crouton

(vegetarian) Vegetarian Soto ayam

or

(Meat) Veal cheek/legumes/popcorn/Swollen mustard gravy

Sweetened rice/raspberry/vanilla/chocolate

Orchestra Juan D'Arienzo
21:00 - 21:45La Juan D’Arienzo

They are in the Netherlands for the first time. What the Big Band is to Jazz, the Orquesta Tipica is to Tango. In a line-up with 4 bandoneons, 4 violins, a double bass and a piano they play the roof. Whether you’re on the dance floor or just listening to the concert.

Orquesta Tipica Juan D’Arienzo is named after one of the most important conductors of the golden years of the Argentine Tango.

DJ
21:45 - 23:00DJ Tonada

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

Orchestra Juan D'Arienzo
23:00 - 23:45La Juan D’Arienzo

They are in the Netherlands for the first time. What the Big Band is to Jazz, the Orquesta Tipica is to Tango. In a line-up with 4 bandoneons, 4 violins, a double bass and a piano they play the roof. Whether you’re on the dance floor or just listening to the concert.

Orquesta Tipica Juan D’Arienzo is named after one of the most important conductors of the golden years of the Argentine Tango.

DJ
23:45 - 00:30DJ Tonada

In Argentine Tango, the dance plays an important role in the experience of the music. Therefore, we have a dance floor available for (amateur) dancers at some of our concerts. Between concerts, a tango DJ provides the music. Discover the atmosphere of a real Tango club like in Buenos Aires.

Frederique Spigt and orchestra
20:00 - 20:45Viva El Tango – Frederique Spigt

If anyone can capture the atmosphere and tone of the Tango in Dutch, it’s Frederique Spigt. Her lived-in voice and the drawings of life enabled her to provide the most beautiful music with Dutch-language poetry. For those who want to muse or just feel the homesickness of the migrants who once left for Buenos Aires. Perhaps from Rotterdam. Both ports, both rich in cultural movements and both rich in people who now and then long for better times.

Frederique Spigt and orchestra
22:00 - 22:45Viva El Tango – Frederique Spigt

If anyone can capture the atmosphere and tone of the Tango in Dutch, it’s Frederique Spigt. Her lived-in voice and the drawings of life enabled her to provide the most beautiful music with Dutch-language poetry. For those who want to muse or just feel the homesickness of the migrants who once left for Buenos Aires. Perhaps from Rotterdam. Both ports, both rich in cultural movements and both rich in people who now and then long for better times.

Confirmed Artists

Orchestra Juan D'Arienzo
Orquesta Tipica Juan D'Arienzo (AR)Their first visit to The Netherlands

They are in the Netherlands for the first time. What the Big Band is to Jazz, the Orquesta Tipica is to Tango. In a line-up with 4 bandoneons, 4 violins, a double bass and a piano they play the roof off. Whether you're on the dance floor or just coming to listen to the concert.

Orquesta Tipica Juan D'Arienzo is named after one of the most important orchestra leaders from the golden years of Argentine Tango.

Orchestra Juan D'Arienzo
Orquesta Tipica Juan D'Arienzo (AR)Their first visit to The Netherlands

They are in the Netherlands for the first time. What the Big Band is to Jazz, the Orquesta Tipica is to Tango. In a line-up with 4 bandoneons, 4 violins, a double bass and a piano they play the roof off. Whether you're on the dance floor or just coming to listen to the concert.

Orquesta Tipica Juan D'Arienzo is named after one of the most important orchestra leaders from the golden years of Argentine Tango.

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Tango de Minas
Tango de Minas (DE)Women-power in Tango

ango de Minas plays tangos from the last 100 years - from traditional milongas through Finnish, Turkish and Serbian tangos to Tango Nuevo. 'Minas' comes from Lunfardo - the common dialect for tango lyrics and means 'women'. The five tangueras from Cologne form a quinteto non-típicas: pianist Claudia Glocksin founded the band with Argentine singer Ursula Cuesta and cellist Johanna Stein, Katharina Stashik on saxophones and drummer Gaby Juettner complete the unconventional instrumentation. Since 2015, the band has been conquering and invigorating audiences' ears, hearts, and dancing feet. Their arrangements are guided by the stories of the pieces, the stories of tango, so that melancholy and lightness coexist inseparably. With great passion, creativity and humor, Tango de Minas defies every cliché and is still pure tango.

Tango de Minas
Tango de Minas (DE)Women-power in Tango

ango de Minas plays tangos from the last 100 years - from traditional milongas through Finnish, Turkish and Serbian tangos to Tango Nuevo. 'Minas' comes from Lunfardo - the common dialect for tango lyrics and means 'women'. The five tangueras from Cologne form a quinteto non-típicas: pianist Claudia Glocksin founded the band with Argentine singer Ursula Cuesta and cellist Johanna Stein, Katharina Stashik on saxophones and drummer Gaby Juettner complete the unconventional instrumentation. Since 2015, the band has been conquering and invigorating audiences' ears, hearts, and dancing feet. Their arrangements are guided by the stories of the pieces, the stories of tango, so that melancholy and lightness coexist inseparably. With great passion, creativity and humor, Tango de Minas defies every cliché and is still pure tango.

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QUinteto Astor
Quinteto Astor (BE)Dance music rediscovered

Although Quinteto ASTOR is named for Piazzolla, this group feels particularly at ease when dancers are around. The quintet therefore plays much more than just the music of this legend. In 2002, a sense of passionate chamber music brought together five students from the Antwerp Conservatory. Astor Piazzolla's tango nuevo turns out to be a perfect fit for the group. Quinteto ASTOR was born.

QUinteto Astor
Quinteto Astor (BE)Dance music rediscovered

Although Quinteto ASTOR is named for Piazzolla, this group feels particularly at ease when dancers are around. The quintet therefore plays much more than just the music of this legend. In 2002, a sense of passionate chamber music brought together five students from the Antwerp Conservatory. Astor Piazzolla's tango nuevo turns out to be a perfect fit for the group. Quinteto ASTOR was born.

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Los Milonguitos
Los Milonguitas (FR)An International Leading Orchestra

The tango trio "Los Milonguitas" have a clear aim : that all of the dancers fill the milonga dancefloor. Influenced by the great orchestras of the golden age, (Di Sarli, D’Arienzo, Caló), "Los Milonguitas" offer trio versions in style as well as their own compositions, always taking into consideration the performance necessities of the milongueros, the real protagonists of the dancefloor.
Since 2014, in Buenos Aires, "Los Milonguitas" have been constantly elaborating their repertoire, during milongas porteñas, defining their musical choices in line with the style of the most prestigious milongueros, making theirs the advice of dance professors and internationally recognised DJs.
New compositions complementing the repertoire are inspired by the universe of the current milongas porteñas, from the classic to the more informal or transgressive ones.

Los Milonguitos
Los Milonguitas (FR)An International Leading Orchestra

The tango trio "Los Milonguitas" have a clear aim : that all of the dancers fill the milonga dancefloor. Influenced by the great orchestras of the golden age, (Di Sarli, D’Arienzo, Caló), "Los Milonguitas" offer trio versions in style as well as their own compositions, always taking into consideration the performance necessities of the milongueros, the real protagonists of the dancefloor.
Since 2014, in Buenos Aires, "Los Milonguitas" have been constantly elaborating their repertoire, during milongas porteñas, defining their musical choices in line with the style of the most prestigious milongueros, making theirs the advice of dance professors and internationally recognised DJs.
New compositions complementing the repertoire are inspired by the universe of the current milongas porteñas, from the classic to the more informal or transgressive ones.

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Frederique Spigt en orkest
Viva El Tango (NL)Frederique Spigt en orkest

If anyone can capture the atmosphere and tone of the Tango in Dutch, it is Frederique Spigt. Her lively voice and the drawings of life enabled her to provide the most beautiful music with Dutch poetry. For those who want to daydream or just feel the homesickness of the migrants who once left for Buenos Aires. Maybe even from Rotterdam. Both port cities, both rich in cultural currents and both rich in people who sometimes long for a better times

Frederique Spigt en orkest
Viva El Tango (NL)Frederique Spigt en orkest

If anyone can capture the atmosphere and tone of the Tango in Dutch, it is Frederique Spigt. Her lively voice and the drawings of life enabled her to provide the most beautiful music with Dutch poetry. For those who want to daydream or just feel the homesickness of the migrants who once left for Buenos Aires. Maybe even from Rotterdam. Both port cities, both rich in cultural currents and both rich in people who sometimes long for a better times

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The Youngsters featuring Carel Kraayenhof (NL)Sweelinck Academy and Junior Jazz College

A new generation of musicians is rising to keep Argentine Tango alive in the Netherlands. Students of the Sweelinck Academy and the Junior Jazz College, both in Amsterdam, join forces for the Tango. With 25 musicians and a choir this might be the most versatile line-up ever to be seen and heard during Dutch Tango Week.

The Youngsters featuring Carel Kraayenhof (NL)Sweelinck Academy and Junior Jazz College

A new generation of musicians is rising to keep Argentine Tango alive in the Netherlands. Students of the Sweelinck Academy and the Junior Jazz College, both in Amsterdam, join forces for the Tango. With 25 musicians and a choir this might be the most versatile line-up ever to be seen and heard during Dutch Tango Week.

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El Juntacadaveres (BE)

Tango in a pop stage? The men of El Juntacadavres show that Argentine Tango is more than a dance for old people. With their crossovers of Argentine Tango, Punk, Hip Hop and other music styles, they regularly perform at leading festivals such as Sziget in Budapest. For the first time in the Netherlands and probably not for the last time. And of course you can dance to it. But that is not a requirement.

El Juntacadaveres (BE)

Tango in a pop stage? The men of El Juntacadavres show that Argentine Tango is more than a dance for old people. With their crossovers of Argentine Tango, Punk, Hip Hop and other music styles, they regularly perform at leading festivals such as Sziget in Budapest. For the first time in the Netherlands and probably not for the last time. And of course you can dance to it. But that is not a requirement.

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Warman, Houdijk en Post (NL)Sparkling Tango

An energetic combination. That's how you could call the cooperation of Wim Warman (piano), Vincent Houdijk (vibraphone) and Radboud Post (violin). A combination of instruments that you would not immediately expect to find in tango. They play a danceable program and are guided by what they see on the dance floor. A symbiosis of dance and music that sparkles.

Warman, Houdijk en Post (NL)Sparkling Tango

An energetic combination. That's how you could call the cooperation of Wim Warman (piano), Vincent Houdijk (vibraphone) and Radboud Post (violin). A combination of instruments that you would not immediately expect to find in tango. They play a danceable program and are guided by what they see on the dance floor. A symbiosis of dance and music that sparkles.

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Omar Mollo (AR)Together with his friends

As one of the best tango singers in the world, Omar Mollo (AR) is a welcome guest during Dutch International Tango Week. Especially when he brings his friends for a special program. A program where this year for the first time audience can be present. This year he will bring Juan Pablo Dobal (piano), Santiago Cimadevilla (bandoneon) and Emma Breedveld (violin) for a wonderful evening of listening music.

Omar Mollo (AR)Together with his friends

As one of the best tango singers in the world, Omar Mollo (AR) is a welcome guest during Dutch International Tango Week. Especially when he brings his friends for a special program. A program where this year for the first time audience can be present. This year he will bring Juan Pablo Dobal (piano), Santiago Cimadevilla (bandoneon) and Emma Breedveld (violin) for a wonderful evening of listening music.

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TrifidRik Cornelissen (NL) and friends

Rik Cornelissen (NL) is seen as an ambassador for the accordion and is inspired by jazz, tango and classical music. With an open mind he composes and creates new pieces that navigate between styles and show the versatility of the accordion. The music of TRIFID came into existence because three musicians felt the urge to explore and discover the unique fusion of accordion, vibraphone and double bass. The result is an exciting and intense perspective of something which can be described best as a spirited, yet serene and intimate, energy field full of lyricism and mystery.

TrifidRik Cornelissen (NL) and friends

Rik Cornelissen (NL) is seen as an ambassador for the accordion and is inspired by jazz, tango and classical music. With an open mind he composes and creates new pieces that navigate between styles and show the versatility of the accordion. The music of TRIFID came into existence because three musicians felt the urge to explore and discover the unique fusion of accordion, vibraphone and double bass. The result is an exciting and intense perspective of something which can be described best as a spirited, yet serene and intimate, energy field full of lyricism and mystery.

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