Milonga La Primera
Friday July 27 14h00 - 18h 00
DJ Hans Peter Salzer (Germany)
Milonga de Bienvenida
Friday July 27 21h 00 - 03h 00
DJ Tina Ferrari (Italy)
Milonguita de la Tarde
Saturday July 28 14h 00 - 18h 00
DJ Mathias Denk (Sweden)
Saturday July 28 21h 00 - 03h 00
DJ Alan Spotti (Italy)
Milonga de Despedida
Sunday July 29 16h 00 - 22h 00
DJ Filippo Giacomelli (Italy)
Hans Peter Salzer is DJ-ing in the south of Germany, Austria and other european countries since 1999, and additionally gives workshops for DJs and lectures about musicality for
He likes traditional Milongas and Encuentros, guided by the codigos. For international events the ‘Epoca de Oro’ is the fundament and basic choice.
Music selected especially for dancing, with energy, ‘compas’, and melody.
His favourite Tangos are going like an infective fluid into heart, brain and feet.
The music inspired Tina to start dancing tango in 2003, and when she’s not on the dance floor, you can find her at the DJ’s console, with her selections of music from the Golden Age.
She is co-organizer of the encuentro milonguero M.M. Elite, Bologna, and Romance del Lago in Slovenia, the country where she currently lives.
Mathias started DJ:ing about ten years ago, and has ever since been playing regularly in Sweden and at encuentros in Europe. He prefers the milonguero style and plays music from the Golden Age.
Mathias plays traditional and his music is lively, powerful and "bien bailable". To see the dancers enjoying their tango in a nice "ronda", as in the milongas down town Buenos Aires, makes him happy. He is also one of the organizers of Stockholm in a Close Embrace.
Alan started DJing in 2004, after returning from Buenos Aires, where he had been inspired by DJs like Mario Orlando and Damian Boggio. He began a careful study of music for the milonga, developing his personal style. He enjoys playing with the energy fluctuations of the dance floor to build an overall arc over the course of the milonga. Alan prefers playing the music of the 1930s and 40s, with the occasional 1950s tanda thrown in for spice.
Filippo Giacomelli has been the in house Dj at the legendary Milonga Portena in Rovogo for several years, and DJ:ing at the Milongueando Italy's encuentros. Among other things! Filippo's music spaces from the 30s to the 50s, with a preference to the songs and vocal tangos.
He pays particularly attention to, and cares much about the cortinas.
His credo is: “More D’Arienzo for all”