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 Nov. 26-Dec. 3 | Program 9



Guitarist, Composer & Lyricist

Guido Iacopetti is a guitarist, arranger, producer, composer and lyricist of Argentine music. His songs have been recorded by Juan Quintero, Jorge Serrano, Kevin Johansen, Cucuza Castiello and Bombay Bs.As., among others.  

He directs, performs with and produces the Sexteto Fantasma Tango, one of the most influential orchestras of the new Argentine tango. Together with Santi Martínez (El Kuelgue), they released a single with Litto Nebbia (La Noche del Colibrí) which he produced and arranged for guitar quintet.


He has produced several artists related to tango, Argentine popular music and rock. As a guitarist he performs in a wide range of styles, including tango, folklore, jazz, rioplatense, funk, urban/hiphop, groove metal, Brazilian music, rock and diverse Latin American musics.



Vocalist & Guitarist

Rodrigo Perelsztein is the singer of Sexteto Fantasma, the orchestra with which he has been organizing the milonga Ventanita de Arrabal in the neighborhood of Almagro for 9 years. With an original repertoire and sound, since its beginnings they have performed in the best stages and milongas of Buenos Aires and have toured Europe four times, participating in important festivals.

He is also singer of the Orquesta Típica De Angelis, which recreates the classic milonguero style.  With that orchestra, he  performed in the Festival of Medellín, Colombia, in 2017.


As a guitarist, he performs with Quinteto de los Reyes.  The quintet recorded the album of the historical singer Rubén Llaneza and the first album of Paula Serrano. They performed at the Buenos Aires Tango Festival in 2018.

As guest singer he has participated in concerts in Argentina and abroad of the Orquesta El Arranque; in the recording of "Un disparo en la noche" vol. 2, by the Orquesta Típica Julián Peralta and in the recording of the milonga "Severino" by the Quinteto Negro La Boca in collaboration with Osvaldo Bayer.

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Bruno Tombari

I’m Bruno Tombari, a native of the Villa Ortúzar neighborhood in the City of Buenos Aires.

Tango arrived into my life 17 years ago, thanks to my father. Before that, I devoted myself martial arts.

First, I became a student of tango, then a milonguero, and finally a dancer and teacher, and I consider it to be of vital importance to practice and evolve each of those four facets of my dance.  As tango is such a complex and fascinating language, one always discovers something new, and it’s for that reason that I like to define tango as “the art of embraced walking.”

I had the good fortune to be born in a family of artists, including pianists and opera singers.  Because of that, it was simply following family tradition to dedicate my life to art.  I found in tango a marvelous language, and also a vehicle for learning more about myself.  I have also been fortunate to discover the world and its inhabitants through the medium of the embrace.

Rocio Lequio

Tango dancer and teacher, Rocio Lequio began her professional career twelve years ago at DNI Tango.  She has trained with many different teachers, including all the leading artists in tango today.  She has also pursued training in contemporary dance, theater, clown, popping, and hip hop.  Her dance stands out because of her musical interpretation, creativity and stage presence which, joined with a studied technique, allow her to explore a sense of playfulness and fun in each performance.


She has toured throughout Argentina, Europe and Asia, giving workshops and performing.  She has been part of many tango shows, including LA COLECCION (2007 - DNI Tango, Argentina); AREALIDADES (2009 - DNI Tango, Brasil, Suecia, Italia); LA MUSA DEL CAPRICHO (2011 - DNI Tango, Argentina); QUE VES EN MI? (2015, Argentina); NUESTROS AIRES (2015 - Tarbes en Tango, Francia); LUCES DE LA CALLE (2017 - Tarbes en Tango, Francia) TANGO FREESTYLE (2019-2020 - Buenos Aires).


Since 2013, she has co-organized La Mandrilera Milonga.

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