¡Viva Tango!

Two musicians, from Albania and Argentina, get acquainted in the region of Ruhr and start a wonderful tango experience.This „sad thought, which you dance and sing“ is strongly related to the german region. It was Heinrich Band, a musician from the city of Krefeld, wo invented the Bandoneón, and contributed to one of the most poignant sounds of tango.

It took a couple of performances to get the programme shaped. We intended to offer something new. But, who doesn`t? We realized that the audience really got involved with this fine piece of art, due to a fine blend of beautiful songs, jokes and anecdotes which describe tango as what it is, magic and passion.

¡Viva Tango! Tenor & Piano, is a musical description of the argentine Tango and an invitation to pay a visit to the most charming city of Buenos Aires. An amusing entertainment which explains why „Machos“ suffer and why all women – except mummy – are evil. A medley of the most famous tangos, nourished with a bit of history and translations – a passionate and jolly declaration of love.

  • Desar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de CastroDesar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de Castro bei der Ausarbeitung des Programms
  • Desar SulejmaniDesar Sulejmani dirigiert
  • Desar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de CastroDesar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de Castro bei einem gemeinsamen Auftritt
  • Desar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de CastroDesar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de Castro bei einem gemeinsamen Auftritt
  • Desar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de CastroDesar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de Castro: Besprechung bei der Probe
  • Desar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de CastroDesar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de Castro
  • La Cumparsita (Noten)La Cumparsita (Noten)
  • Pedro C. de CastroPedro C. de Castro singt Tenor
  • Desar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de CastroDesar Sulejmani & Pedro C. de Castro
  • TangoTango

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