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Sunday, March 24th 2019 from 9pm till 1am

The most awaited event of the year: La Juan D'Arienzo Orchestra Tipica live at Ultimate Tango. One and only concert at Milonga ideal.

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Original Orchestra of Juan D'Arienzo was by all means one of the greatest orchestra that had ever existed.

La Juan D'Arienzo Orchestra (formed by 11 musicians: 4 bandoneones, 4 violins, bass, piano and singer) took a challenge of becoming Juan D'Arienzo most truthful & remarkable apparition.

Their true achievement though is not playing 'in style' of D'Arienzo. Their true achievement is to play as though D'Arienzo at his best is conducting them, poking them and whispering to their ears. With all that energy exploding through their music you know King of the Rhythm is in the room.

For the first time

in Boston
for the first time in USA

La Juan D'Arienzo

Orchestra Tipica

live at Ultimate Tango

on Sunday
March 24, 2019
9pm - 1am

Now, wait a second.... How do they know HOW to keep in 'D'Arienzo'?

It's all within family! Carlos Lazzari, the first bandoneónist and arranger for the original Juan D'Arienzo Orchestra from 1950 until 1976 (when D'Arienzo passed away), and then a leader of Los Solistas de D'Arienzo passed all the knowledge, arrangements and secrets onto his son Facundo Lazzari who is La Juan D'Arienzo Orchestra first bandoneónist, arranger and leader. TRUE APPARITION!

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Facundo Lazzari, leader of La Juan D'Arienzo Tango Orchestra
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The orchestra consists of 11 musicians:

Pablo Valle on piano; Andres Santarciero on doublebass; Juan Pablo Cravenna, Sebastian Frassón, Pablo Ginzburg and Emilio Pagano on violins; Pablo Amado, Ricardo Badaracco, Facundo Lazzari and Oscar Yemha on bandoneóns; Fernando Rodas - singer.


To keep alive the unmistakable and unforgettable rhythm of tangos by Juan D'Arienzo widely known as Rey del Compás.

TICKET OPTIONS

El Rey

*20 tickets left RESERVE NOW
*$70 until 02/28, 85 until 03/22,
(no at the door option)
* Table reservation and glass of Malbec
* Show / Milonga 9 pm - 1am

Table for 2

*3 tables left RESERVE NOW
*$70 until 02/28, 85 until 03/22,
(no at the door option)
* Table reservation and glass of Malbec
* Show / Milonga 9 pm - 1am

Sitting chart for tango concert and Milonga La Juan d'Arienzo Orchestra Tipica

General Entry

*limit 50 people RESERVE NOW
*$60 until 02/28, $65 until 03/22,
$70 at the door
* Show / Milonga 9 pm - 1am

VIP / front row tables

*$100 SOLD OUT
*Pre-Show Q&A with Facundo Lazzarri, La Juan D'Arienzo Orchestra 7:30 pm - 9pm
* hors d'oeuvres & Prosecco, hangout and photos with the band,
* Table reservation and glass of Malbec
* Show / Milonga 9 pm - 1am

WATCH THEM PERFORM:

La Juan D'Arienzo - HISTORY

The main objective of La Juan D'Arienzo Orchestra is to keep alive the unmistakable and unforgettable rhythm of tangos by Juan D'Arienzo widely known as 'King of the Beat' (Rey del Compás) and make YOU dance to the most amusing, danceable tango style.

The orchestra consists of 11 musicians: Pablo Valle on piano; Andres Santarciero on doublebass; Juan Pablo Cravenna, Sebastian Frassón, Pablo Ginzburg and Emilio Pagano on violins; Pablo Amado, Ricardo Badaracco, Facundo Lazzari and Oscar Yemha on bandoneóns; Fernando Rodas - singer.

The orchestra is directed by first bandoneónist, Facundo Lazzari, whose grandfather Carlos Lazzari, was the first bandoneónist and arranger for the original Juan D'Arienzo Orchestra from 1950 until 1976, when D'Arienzo passed away, and then the leader of Los Solistas de D'Arienzo.

In a very short time La Juan D'Arienzo seduced the Buenos Aires dance scene and performed live on television and radio shows. Since 2013, they also start touring throughout Argentina, with performances in cities including Santiago del Estero (First Tango Festival - Homero Manzi), Salta, Córdoba, Rosario, Mar del Plata, Canals, and Venado Tuerto. The made their international debut in Brazil, performing in Santa María de Río Grande do Sul. In August 2013, the first anniversary of their founding, they performed during the main event at the Buenos Aires Tango Festival, and once again the next year at the same festival, held in the famous La Boca neighborhood.

In 2014, La Juan D'Arienzo made its first international tour through Europe, conquering audience hearts at milongas and tango festivals in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, and Hungary promoting the release of the orchestra's first CD, "Cortando Clavos," featuring the most famous songs of maestro Juan D'Arienzo, with his energy and soul reincarnated through young musicians. In 2015 international touring expanded into Asia. Sponsored by the Min-On Concert Association the orchestra visited 35 cities in Japan and Taiwan performing in their most famous theaters.

The 2015 Europe tour La Juan D'Arienzo played 27 shows at milongas and festivals in Finland, Germany, Switzerland, Turkey, France, Italy, Great Britain, Spain, and Poland

Returning to Europe again in 2016, La Juan D'Arienzo was welcomed at Lisbon Tango Festival, Edinburgh International Tango Festival, Anversa Tango Festival, Mallorca Tango Festival, and Tarbes in Tango. The orchestra also recorded their second studio album 'Siciliano'.

For their fourth anniversary La Juan D'Arienzo Orchestra paid homage to their Maestro by honoring through exhibitions musicians from the original Juan D'Arienzo Orchestra: Horacio 'Coco' Palma (singer, 1931); Ernesto Franco (musician, 1929); Mauricio Svidowsky (musician); Gloria and Eduardo (dancers in the 1940s); as well as Carlos Gorrindo (announcer with 2×4 Radio and expert in Juan D'Arienzo's history); and Fernando Rodas (singer).

2017 brought another tour to Europe and Asia including appearance at the JMarathon in Taipei, Taiwan.

In 2018 La Juan D'Arienzo won Tango Award 2018 in Buenos Aires, for Best Orchestra and release their third album 'Bienvenido a Este Sector'.

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