18. März: Anders Båtstrand, Oslo
As a DJ and dancer, my heart is in the fourties, and most of all with Troilo, Di Sarli, D'Arienzo and Pugliese. The music must move me, and then it can
hopefully move the dancers. A clear vision within each tanda, variation between the tandas, and all of them fitted together in the greater plan for the
evening... This is what I enjoy the most as a dancer, and what I strive to provide when I am DJing.
15. April: Margarete Lampasiak, Hannover
Ich bin Berufsmusikerin (Pianistin und Klavierdozentin) und Tangolehrerin seit 2006. Seit 6 Jahren lege ich mit viel Begeisterung und Freude als
Tango-DJane auf, in traditionellen Tandas der 30er bis 50er Jahre mit Cortinas.
20. Mai: Anthony Cronin, Irland
As a dancer first, I know that once I trust the DJ to be consistent my night is better and this is what I seek to give all dancers, comfort that
the music will be danceable and flow tanda to tanda.
I don’t work with playlists but let the night be guided by my connection with the dancers and what I feel they need at a particular moment. My
love goes beyong playing the music, I spend many hours researching tango history and also hunting sources of the best quality transfers possible
for my collection so I can fill the room with beautiful music. Each time I try to gently tell a story and keep the dynamics changing across the
night so everyone gets carried along. I want to live life to the full and laugh and that is what I try to give the dancers and their smiles are
what make it all a pleasure.