TangoDJ's 2023

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Irina Zoueva

I am a tanguera, DJ and organiser of popular tango events in London and southern England. My choice of music is traditional. I choose tangos mainly from the 30s and 40s, with an occasional tanda from the 20s or 50s, or new orchestras of the 21st century. I like to vary the mood, the pace and the energy from tanda to tanda, to make the music selection feel fresh and interesting. I select only 100 per cent danceable tracks. My goal is to make people want to dance from the opening tune to the Cumparsita (and beyond!).

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Céline Devèze

From Nice/France, Céline is one of the most popular international DJs. Since 10 years she has played her sets at numerous marathons, festivals and encuentros all around Europe and abroad (France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Norway, Sweden, England, Belgium, Hungary, Germany, Slovenia, Romania, Russia, Austria, Poland, Scotland, Switzerland, Canada, USA).
Céline aims to maintain the energy on the dancefloor while nurturing the emotions of the dancers with a nuanced selection of music from the late 30s to the 50s. She is a DJ with elegance, emotion and energy!
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Graziano Sportelli

I entered the world of Tango in 2005 Italian and precisely from a southern region: Puglia. At first lover and dancer, then passionate about the study of tango music. I become the resident Tdj of a stable milonga in my province. I musicalize in various Italian regions and European nations. I prefer the music of the 30s / 40s, ranging also for the following years.
Mine is to create the right energy on the track.
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Bart Wijgergangs 

Ever since I started dancing tango in 1991, I am addicted to tango music. Even more so since I began DJ-ing around 2006. I am a resident DJ in Eindhoven and Maastricht and I play at different milongas and events in The Netherlands and surrounding countries. I always choose my music from a dancer’s perspective. I want to keep them inspired and in a dancing mode. The rich treasure of Tango music offers plenty of opportunity to vary from rhythmic to more lyrical and romantic. I like to play with the cortina’s as a reset or connecting element. My finest feedback is a filled dancefloor and a smile (sonrisa) on the faces of the dancers. That’s my drive.

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Jack Rombauts

The Organizer of Encuentro Boca Antwerp, Sélys Milonguero and Milonga Milonguera Kwartier in Antwerp. In the 20 years of Tango dancer, he evolved to the Milonguero style. He is TDj for more than 10 years, playing sets at Milongas, Festivals and Encuentros in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.

He always chooses danceable energetic feel-good music from the Golden Age Orchestras and always in function of the dancers on the pista.