La Bicicleta: “the shorter way between Berlin and Buenos Aires”

Celebrated in many concerts, La Bicicleta have developed a style of convincing intensity and refinement, both subtle aswell as powerful. A style that carries the fever of the Argentinian Milongas (Tango-Balls) into every concert hall.

Among the very deep roots of traditional Tango, you will recognize elements of classical, jazz, latin music and even…

… you better listen for yourself!

Tango progresivo – this is a new musical language that the trio La Bicicleta have found to express the essence of their Music. The voice of Tango (bandoneon), the heart (piano) and it’s soul (violin) melt into a stunning performance.

Edited by BerlinAires on 10 Oct 2011, 23:30

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