Rob Howard reviews London Tango, the new album by The Romano Viazzani Ensemble
London Tango CD – The Romano Viazzani Ensemble – Now available and also downloadable on Spotify, iTunes and other platforms. The London Tango album has been released but the launch concert was postponed until further notice due to Covid19
London Tango CD Launch – The Romano Viazzani Ensemble – The Pheasantry 15th March 2020 – The Romano Viazzani Ensemble have chosen The Pheasantry to be their first in a series of concerts launching their new album London Tango which takes Argentine Tango and adds a London twist. Romano Viazzani relaunched his new ensemble at The Pheasantry, almost exactly two years ago to the day, so where better to launch their much-anticipated new album.
Nuevo Tango Quintet Performance- Friday 25th October 2019, at 19.30 – David Josefowitz Recital Hall, Royal Academy of Music, London. The wonderful Qianyu Zhang performs the music of Astor Piazzolla, on accordion at the Royal Academy of Music with a host of other talented students of the Academy.
TANGO! The Romano Viazzani Ensemble – Sunday Lunchtime- 10th March 2019 Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho- artist change. The Romano Viazzani Ensemble has been busy preparing for their Sunday lunchtime concert. It’s with great sadness though that they are to lose their long-time excellent double bass player Yaron Stavi and his fiancée the wonderful violinist Corinna Hentschel as they are emigrating to Germany. The ensemble is very lucky to secure two wonderful new permanent members in the form of Nick Pini on double bass and Barbara Dziewiecka-Data on violin who will be stepping in on March 10th. The Ensemble will be playing Tangos by Piazzolla, Traditional Tangos and some new compositions form the Ensemble’s forthcoming album London Tango.
Milos Milivojevic on accordion – London Tango Quintet – St Peter’s Church, Chiswick, London March 15th 2019. After their sold-out 2018 concert the London Tango Quintet return to St Peter’s Church for an evening of sumptious tango classics by Piazzolla, Salgan and more. Seating is cabaret style at tables with ample room for any tango dancers who feel like taking to the floor.