Master and reformer of the modern tango at the same time, Juan José Mosalini, born in Buenos Aires, has composed and interpreted for most of the Argentine orchestras (from José Basso to Horacio Salgan, and of course Astor Piazzolla). Then he comes in France where he continues his innovative searchess, in solo and with new groups. Embracing the different aspects of the tango, He has established in 1992 the Great orchestra of Tango which quickly gains the heart of aficionados through exceptional concerts which revisit masterfully the course of the history of the Tango.
Juan José Mosalini is now back with 'Noche Tango', a more reduced formation, accompanied with a singer and a couple of dancers.
With: Juan José Mosalini (bandoneon), Sandra Rumolino (vocals) Sebastien Courajou (violin), Leonardo Teruggi (doublebass), Diego Aubia (piano), Jorge Rodriguez et Maria Filali (dance)