Eladia Blazquez

Eladia Blázquez: Enriching the tango world with folclore and ballad


Biography Introduction Born into a humble family of Spanish immigrants in Gerli, Buenos Aires Province, on February 24, 1931, Eladia ...

Maruja Pacheco Huergo

Exploring the Tango Legacy of Maruja Pacheco Huergo


The classic Argentine Tango is a genre that is often perceived as dominated by men. Looking into the history of ...

Angel Villoldo

Ángel Villoldo: Can you imagine Tango without “El choclo”?


One of the earliest unforgotten trailblazers of Tango music was Ángel Villoldo. A multifaceted musician, Villoldo played a pivotal role ...

Un Tango Maestro: José González Castillo


Dive into the captivating world of Argentine Tango with a closer look at the life and contributions of José González ...

Jose Betinotti

José Luis Betinotti, “El Último Payador”


José Luis Betinotti was a renowned guitarist, payador, and composer from Buenos Aires. Known as “el cantor de las madres” ...

Dancing Through Time: The Tango Rhythms of Héctor Marcó


Argentine Tango, with its intricate steps and passionate embrace, has been captivating dancers worldwide for decades. In the heart of ...

Dante Linyera – Author of Boedo


Biography Born Francisco Bautista Rímoli on August 10, 1903, Dante Linyera, a renowned Argentine poet and journalist, is remembered for ...

Alberto Vaccarezza

Exploring the Legacy of Alberto Vaccarezza: Tango, Theater, and Tradition


In the vibrant tapestry of Argentine culture, one name stands out as a beacon of creativity and innovation – Alberto ...

The Enduring Legacy of Enrique Cadícamo, Master of Tango Lyrics


Enrique Cadícamo stands as one of the most prolific and influential lyricists in tango music history. Through his evocative lyrics ...

Alfredo le Pera – The magic words of Tango


Alfredo le Pera is remembered as the co-genial artistic partner of Carlos Gardel. While both had careers in Tango before ...

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