PARMA Music Festival Presents: Tanguango Quinteto ¡Gracias, Astor!

A Live Streaming Event From Belgrade, Serbia

An all female ensemble consisting of piano, violin, accordion, double bass, and vocals, the Tanguango Quinteto is bringing the sounds of the tango nuevo movement to the PARMA Live Stage. Selected from PARMA’s Call for Ensembles, the performance will feature works of the late Astor Piazolla, the father of tango nuevo, and works inspired by Piazolla from Serbian artists and Argentinian traditional tango songs in “nuevo” form. The concert will stream live from Belgrad, Serbia on May 26, at 2 PM EDT in honor of the 100th anniversary of Astor Piazzolla’s birth. This performance will be presented through PARMA Music Festival, a non-profit dedicated to presenting new, innovative, and enjoyable music through a diverse and highly accessible platform.

Tanguango Quinteto

The ensemble’s long-time collaboration with the largest tango school in Europe, Tango Natural, is on display here, with a professional tango couple dancing along with the music.

Featuring works by Enrique Cadícamo, Juan Carlos Cobián, Ljubica Damcevic, Homero Expósito, Enrique Francini, Z. Petrovic, Astor Piazzolla, Aleksandar Simic, Héctor Stamponi.

Danilo Navas
Founder, Editor, Webmaster: Latin Jazz Network, World Music Report, Toronto Music Report. A passionate and committed communicator with a sensibility for the arts based in Toronto, Canada.

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