Romántica Milonguera Orchestra

About the Orchestra

The famous Romántica Milonguera orchestra hails from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Their music pays homage to Argentina's traditional tango genres while also incorporating their own distinctive style. Their music is a representation of the unadulterated passion and emotion inherent in Tango culture.

Romántica Milonguera's music creates a cozy environment that transports the listener into a world of sensuality and love. Their audience is deeply connected to them through the use of intense instrumentation and moving lyrics, leaving them spellbound and speechless. The music of Romántica Milonguera is a celebration of the human spirit and the strength of love. They are true masters of their trade and great storytellers.

Their debut was in March 2016 at the Tango Orchestras Festival, and they quickly became famous in Buenos Aires. They became regulars at tango clubs and music halls. At the end of 2016, they recorded their first album and began filming several video clips with millions of viewers.

In February 2017, they were presented for the first time in Montevideo, Uruguay, at the Zitarrosa hall. In October 2017, they released the new format "Disco Tanda"

In April and May 2018, they toured Europe and Asia with a great impact.

Later in 2018, they were invited to play at the Tango Congress of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In February 2019, they performed at the "Valparatango" festival in Chile.

In 2019, the orchestra was voted "Best Tango Orchestra" at the famous CITA tango festival in Buenos Aires.

Only one concert in the UK programmed for 2024!

Not to be missed!

Save the date for this special and unique evening on Thursday, 6th June, at 7:30pm

The venue for the concert is St James's Church Piccadilly

St James's Church, Piccadilly is an Anglican church on Piccadilly in the centre of London. The church is built of red brick with Portland stone
dressings. Its interior has galleries on three sides supported by square pillars and the nave has a barrel vault supported by Corinthian columns. Building was completed in 1684.

Address: 197 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LL