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Sigi Zimmerschied - Cabarett

JUAN JOSÉ MOSALINI - TANGO concert
"ASTOR PIAZOLLA & MORE"

Many critics and tango enthusiasts call him the world's best tango musician that can still be experienced live today: Juan José Mosalini. The Argentine bandoneonist can look back on a career spanning almost 40 years, during which he has worked together with the most important orchestras and soloists in Argentina: Susana Rinaldi, Leopoldo
Federico, Astor Piazzolla, José Basso, Horacio Salgan, Osvaldo Pugliese, Daniel Binelli, ... He composes film scores, publishes a bandoneon method and becomes the first professor for bandoneon in France. He also works with jazz musicians again and again ...
But at the core of his musical soul is J.J. Mosalini has always remained a tango musician and so, at the height of his career, he puts his heart's desire into action: a tango big formation, as was customary in Argentina in the 1940s and 1950s.

But not nostalgia is the focus, but a work-up of 100 years of tango history and revive the high-time of the tango. One critic has put it in a nutshell: "Mosalinis Tango Orchestra - three bandoneons, four violins, a viola, a cello, a double bass and a grand piano - impresses with razor-sharp intonation, springy elegant phrasing and a sense of rhythm, the so-called 'real' symphony orchestra well. " Simple: The most important tango orchestra in Europe - it is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year!

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Sigi Zimmerschied - Cabarett - Kufstein

JUAN JOSÉ MOSALINI - TANGO concert
"ASTOR PIAZOLLA & MORE"

Many critics and tango enthusiasts call him the world's best tango musician that can still be experienced live today: Juan José Mosalini. The Argentine bandoneonist can look back on a career spanning almost 40 years, during which he has worked together with the most important orchestras and soloists in Argentina: Susana Rinaldi, Leopoldo
Federico, Astor Piazzolla, José Basso, Horacio Salgan, Osvaldo Pugliese, Daniel Binelli, ... He composes film scores, publishes a bandoneon method and becomes the first professor for bandoneon in France. He also works with jazz musicians again and again ...
But at the core of his musical soul is J.J. Mosalini has always remained a tango musician and so, at the height of his career, he puts his heart's desire into action: a tango big formation, as was customary in Argentina in the 1940s and 1950s.

But not nostalgia is the focus, but a work-up of 100 years of tango history and revive the high-time of the tango. One critic has put it in a nutshell: "Mosalinis Tango Orchestra - three bandoneons, four violins, a viola, a cello, a double bass and a grand piano - impresses with razor-sharp intonation, springy elegant phrasing and a sense of rhythm, the so-called 'real' symphony orchestra well. " Simple: The most important tango orchestra in Europe - it is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year!

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