- Famous and beloved 🙂
- During the 6th edition of Gryf Tango Marathon in Szczecin will be play for you:
- Francisco Saura
Milonguero, DJ and organizer of meetings and milongas in Spain since 2004. His music is playful and dynamic. He is an enthusiast who overflows with energy and does not miss the opportunity to make his animation rich and varied. He is a regular DJ in Spain and Europe. He is a lover of tango milonguero danced with rhythm and sensitivity. He prefers the orchestras of the 30’s and 40’s.
- Luis Cono
I come from Chile. I currently reside in Malmo, Sweden. I am a tango DJ, and an organizer of tango events. I have been a milonguero (a tango dancer) for more than 17 years now. My milonga music is always improvised, with a great dose of energy in tandas and cortinas. I see this activity as my true passion. See you soon!
- Santiago Buonomo
30 years old DJ, raised in Montevideo, Uruguay, where his both grandmas tought him all about tango codes and initiated his love for tango music. Plays powerful tandas in a wide variety of tango rhythms, always in a traditional way tango-tango-vals-tango-tango-milonga. The aim is to fulfill the dance floor with energy and joy. In addition, playing super energetic cortinas inviting you to dance every single minute. Be prepared to enjoy music played especially selected for dancers by a milonguero. Tango dj since 2016 playing in Milongas in Uruguay like “La Callejera”, “La Clandestina” and “Lo de Margot”. Later since 2017, travelling around Europe had played in almost all the Milongas in Barcelona: “El Desbande, “La Glorieta”, “El Arrabal”, “La Yapa” and “Milonga del Angel”, then as well in Spain played in Sevilla and took part in Sitges Festival, djing El Asado – Party in 2017 and 2018. He continued djing in France: Marseille, Nice and Montpellier; in Italy – Salerno, Naples and Genova; Poland – Cracow un Krakus Aires tango festival as well as many milongas, Warsaw, Poznan and Wroclaw; Greece – Athens; Hungary – Budapest; Bulgaria – Plovdiv. So jump into the dance floor y gozate!
- Adrian Grygier
I have been playing as a DJ since …. always 🙂 I started innocently in primary school from playing at school discos 🙂 Music is the best companion of my life (except of course wife and children :)) Well, let’s focus on Tango. Since 1999, Tango absorbed me so much that apart from dancing, teaching others at Tango Academy, I spend practically every free time either on a tango trip, on a milonga or just listening to the tango. While playing, I watch people, their mood and try to choose music for the atmosphere. I love tango from the period of 20-40 years of the last century. Although often qualitatively different from modern performances, there is a heart and great emotions in them 🙂 I love D’Arienzo, Biagi, Vargas, Canaro, Di Sarli. Well Tango is my life!
- Luca Lamberti
Luca Lamberti TangoDj is a well known tango DJ, teacher, and dancer in the European tango circuit. Luca has been around to the UK, France, Germany, Finland,Sweden, Turkey, Lebanon, Denmark, Bulgaria, Italy spreading his unique spiritual approach to tango. Dancing since the year 2000 and studying with key tango world figures such as Naveira, Parilla, and Inza. Luca has been the organizer of Tangocamp Italy since 2009 and a key figure in the other 3 tango camp festivals. In 2015 was djing in : Florence International Tango Festival (Italy), Singapore (New Year’s Eve Milonga), Timisoara Tango Festival (Romania), Tangocamp Sweden, Tangomalevaje Festival (Denmark), Budapest Marathon (Hungary), Vienna Calling Marathon (Austria), Taipei tango fiesta and in many local events in Europe and Asia.
- Dariusz Bekała
Hi, my name is Dariusz Bekała, I come from Szczecin, Poland. I have been into tango as a dancer and dj for 11 years, so I am only at the beginning of my adventure with this passion. Personally, I adore orchestras from the 1930s and 1940s, although I also admire some later pearls such as O. Pugliese, A. Gobbi or F. Sassone. When I dj at milongas, I arrange the music in real time – there are no ready-made playlists. I always observe the dancers, trying to notice what they like dancing to most, and I make my best to meet their expectations. I invite you to have great fun, see in on the dancefloor! Darek.
- Michał El Monje
He is the founder of the first Tango Theater in Poland and the Casa Buena Tango Academy in Poznań. He was DJing at milongas, marathons, encuentros and festivals in Spain, Italy, Germany, UK. Britain. He had the honor of playing on two famous milongas in Buenos Aires at El Obelisco and Maldita Milonga. He says about his DJing: “For me, tango is always dancing music. Songs that do not have a dance potential will not be included in my tandas – they are good for listening or preparing choreographies. I would love to dance all the songs on the dance floor in that order,” because the DJ in the milonga conducts a dialogue with the dancers – this is an exchange of energy – always unique, just as each milonga is unique. I love the dynamics of D’Arienzo and Echague from the ’30s, Di Sarli’s romanticism from the’ 50s and fullness Troilo and Calo sounds. Playing the milongas together with Tanguer@s I create a story, a story that happens here and now. I place great emphasis on the consistency of the songs in each tanda – thematic and emotional. Playing the encuentro in Spain was a challenge for me, where everyone on the dance floor understood the words or the context of a given song. I recommend this experience to every DJ. My favorite time at marathons is the night when the dance floor is already “warmed up” and when I can choose it music to keep it full to the last tanda.