TANGO BRUJO Sexteto Milonguero

Tangodanza 2013
Karin Solana, Eric Miot & Gäste
Richtweg 7-13 | 28195 BREMEN
doors opening
20.00 – 20.50
Tango Brujo
Sexteto Milonguero
Karin Solana & Eric Miot with guests
20.50 – 21.10
21.10 – 22.00
Sexteto Milonguero in concert
22.00 – 22.20
22.20 –
open end
After-Show-Party Tanz in den Mai
doors opening 22.00 pm
Milonga with Sexteto Milonguero
& DJ James Bates
for all dancers onstage
with DJ Julio Perez in the foyer
thrilling, intensive and unforgettable
“… After hearing only the very first notes of these original
melodic compositions from Sexteto, it already becomes
clear why this ensemble may be considered one of the
flagships of modern Argentine music. Judicious doses of
grooving percussion and jazz piano interweave with tempo
breaks and dissonant harmonies. The tenor voice of Javier
Di Ciriaco ventures to bold heights and intonates through
dark recitative passages. Sometimes pop, sometimes
wild, the arrangements erupt and spill over, exhibiting some
of the energy which the sextet commonly and naturally
develops on stage. Small solos and countless compositional
details showcase the virtuosity of the artists…”
Sexteto Milonguero
Musical Theater Bremen
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All dance schools and groups as of 10 persons.
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More Information
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Photo Frontp: Bernd Zabel
Sexteto Milonguero
30. APRIL 2015
After-Show-Party Tanz in den Mai
Milonga & Salsa-Night
Musical Theater Bremen
Tango can also groove –
not just tug the heartstrings
Inflamed with passion for Tango Argentino, the musicians
of Sexteto Milonguero consciously interweave stylistic
motifs from Jazz, Rock and other rhythms of Argentine
music into their arrangements and original compositions.
TANGO BRUJO is a journey through time: from the tangos
of the 1940s to their own moving and musically virtuosic
compositions. With excursions into Argentine folklore such
as Zamba, Chacarera and Chamamé.
Karin Solana, formerly dancer of the John Neumeier Ballet,
Hamburg, tells us in her dance collages, in which Modern
dance and tango merge to a poetic pictorial and body language,
about the diversity of human emotions. She contrasts
loneliness, sadness and forlornness with greatest exuberances and joy of life. She speaks to us of longing and love.
She meets our fears wth humour and a smile. And she also
shows us the wonderfully silent irony and the despicable
side of tango. She meets our fears wth humour and a smile.
And she also shows us the wonderfully silent irony and the
despicable side of tango.
Tango is a language
we all understand.
Sexteto Milonguero
Founded in 2006 by Javier Di Ciriaco, is one of the most successful live orchestras on the Argentine and international tango
scene. With three Latin American and seven European
tours spanning more than 20 countries as well as concert
journeys to Canada, Shanghai and Singapore, they have
also built up an ardently devoted following outside Argentina.
Highlights of the Tour Europe 2013 included sold-out houses
and standing ovations in the Tonhalle Düsseldorf, Szczecin
Philharmonic in Poland, and the International House of Music
und the Alexandrovskiy Concert Hall, both in Moscow.
Voice, guitar
Marisol Canessa and Gustavo Garay
Mauricio Jost
Juan Rivero
Cristian Sepúlveda
Javier Di Ciriaco
Discography Doble o Nada (2013)
„7“ (2010)
Pa’ Que Bailen (2007)
Photo: Anja Beutler
Eric Miot, born in France, already worked as pantomime
and dancer at an early age. Appointed by John Neumeier
in 1987 as soloist, he danced in numerous roles of important
choreographers such as George Balanchine, Maurice
Béjart et al. Eric Miot has been working nationally and
internationally as freelance guest dancer, teacher and
choreographer for well known dance companies and
theatres over the recent years.
The Argentine Karin Solana Brennan was trained in classical
and modern dance at the Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires and
engaged at the Hamburg Ballet. She danced in numerous
works of famous choreographers, interpreted various leading
roles and took part in tours that led her to the most known
stages of the world. In parallel she started a second career
as tango dancer, teacher and choreographer.
Karin Solana & Eric Miot, Modern Dance
Karin Solana & Sebastián Arrua, Tango
Pilar Alvarez & Claudio Hoffmann, Tango