Few words and more music. It is a repertory selected apositely for the milonguero audience, Tangos, Milongas, Waltz and musical curtains, ordered in the respect of the classics of the 40s, the golden age of Argentine tango. The live music complemented with the energy of the floor and the selection of the musicalizer.









Our concert presents something more than the music of our record material, it is didactic and lived, on the one hand it is a journey through the history of tango, its origins and anecdotes, and on the other hand the story that has led these performers to undertake this way, this reality that live called Tango


luca rossetti Pianoforte

He attended the Brescia School of Music, obtaining his diploma with honours in 1992. At the same time he followed highly specialised courses held by Aldo Ciccolini in Rome and Biella, and by Bruno Mezzena in Castelfranco Veneto, winning some competitions and holding classical music concerts in many Italian regions. After A-levels centred on humanistic subjects, he graduated in pedagogy. As part of his musical project, he performed with the ensemble Ljibra to record the CD “Colori” for the label Velut Luna, with pop and jazz acoustic guitar pieces. From 2010 to 2016 he was pianist and arranger of the Missingospel gospel choir. Always in 2010 he joined GinasteraTango5, a tango quintet that pays tribute to Astor Piazzolla on the 20th death anniversary of the Italian-Argentinian maestro. In parallel, he studied the language of traditional tango in a duet with bandoneonist Gino Zambelli, and a trio with violinist Vincenzo Albini. He has attended many tango festivals in Italy and abroad, performing with the Argentinian singer and actor Sebastian Bossero, Carola Nadal and Martin Troncozo. With the jazz drummer Paolo Pellegatti he recorded the CD “Snare Duets” for the Milanese record label Limen Music. The CD also included famous classical music and jazz musicians. He recently performed Misa Tango by Martin Palmieri at the Teatro Sociale and at the Auditorium San Barnaba in Brescia, with the Choir of the School of Music.

Besides teaching and instrumental activities, he is also composer and arranger of advertisement jingles, and cooperates with brands, such as Disney, Gucci and EA

Lautaro Acosta Violino

Lautaro Acosta, born in Turin on March 9, 1987, studied with Edoardo Oddone, under whose guidance he graduated with honors at the State Conservatory of Music "G. Verdi" of Turin. Following are the three-year diplomas of the CMT Academy with Maestro Franco Mezzena and of the National Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome with Sonig Tchakerian. He won several competitions, among which the "Città di Moncalieri" European Music Competition for soloists, two prizes at the "Mario Benvenuti" National Archery Exhibition - City of Vittorio Veneto (soloist arches), "National Competition of the Arts" at the Conservatory "G. Verdi" of Turin, VII National Competition of musical performance "Hyperion" - City of Ciampino, XXI International Competition for young musicians "City of Barletta".


He participates in numerous courses and Master Classes including "XVIII Gubbio festival" with Sonig Tchakerian, Valsesian Music Academy with Massimo Marin, Chigiana Music Academy with Giuliano Carmignola, "Vittorio Veneto" and "Cortanze" with Massimo Quarta, in Mantua with Franco Mezzena and to the municipality of Manta with Uto Ughi


Among other artistic experiences and collaborations, he made numerous record works in various musical fields (Baroque, Jazz Fusion, Folk, Rock Progressive, Tango) as the classic "First Live in Japan" 2005 - "Arti & Mestieri", "Odisea Negra" - Ensemble "La Chimera" (Naive Records), "Sin Partitura" - the violin in Argentine folk music (Electromantic Music), "Universi Paralleli" - Arts & Mestieri featuring Mel Collins from King Crimson, Sony Legacy Cramps, King Records (2015) . He currently works with the "Tango Sonos" orchestra along the most important festivals and theaters in Europe.