Dj Jason Jiang

Jason Jiang
A dancer, deejay and organizer of Tango events based in Toronto (Canada), Wuhan and Shanghai (China). He has learned his dance from world-renown maestros Nito & Elba and Natacha Poberaj. Later he continued his advanced studies with Alejandro Aquino & Natalia Hills, Maria Del Carmen & Jorge Dispari, Javier Rodriguez & Andrea Misse, Sebastian Arce & Mariana, Mariana Montes, Fabian Peralta & Virginia Pandolfi, Hernan Alvarez Prieto, among others.

As a DJ, he is passionate about tango music from Golden Age, offering a wide range of music to generate the most rewarding and inspiring dancing experience for milonga-goers. He collects and owns some of the best 78 RPM transfers tango music currently in the world including CTA,
AMP, Audio Park and Tangotunes. His selection of music is characterized by dynamic and sensation of dancers, dictated by the energy flow on the dancing floor. He deejays and compiles tandas “on-the-fly” at the milonga, using only the best fidelity and professional sounding quality
tracks of recordings.

He has been guest deejaying at various festivals and milongas in Asia, America and Europe such as Tango Maya Fest, Toronto Tango Congreso, Toronto Tango Festival, Taipei Tango Festival, Tokyo Tango Festival/Marathon, Beijing Tango Festival, Shanghai Tango Festival and at local milongas in Canada, United States, Mexico, Barcelona, Shanghai and Beijing.

He had been invited to deejay in some of the most traditional and prestigious milongas in Buenos Aires, among them, Lo de Celia, El Beso, Los Bohemios, Fulgor and Parakultural Salon Canning.

Dj Paz Diago

Dj Paz Diago
She began her path into Tango ten years ago in Pamplona, training her dance and musical preferences at the same time, and starting to play music at a very young age.

Her personality influences her repertory, without loosing her teachers´s  influences. She is loyal to the classics, searching for romanticism when playing Tango, the joy at the valses and mischief at the milongas, reading in each moment what the milonga needs.

In Pamplona, she often cooperates playing at the “Pamplona Tango Club” and “Jueves de Tango” and organizing diferents activities from the Asociation where he belongs.

She has also played several times at Zaragoza and France (Pau and Hendaya localityes), at the “La Fabrica” milonga in Reus and recently in Galicia, at the “I Isla de la Toja” meeting.

Besides, she took part into the “5º Aniversary of Nido Gaucho”, as well as the 8º “Tango in Pamplona meetings”, from 2010 to 2017.

Dj Joseba Pagola

Joseba Pagola – Basque Country – Resides in Andoain.

He is an expert in the different rhythmic variations of the orchestras, styles and evolution of tango, he combines his experience as a dancer and teacher with such knowledge of the history of tango to pass the most appropriate music at each moment of the milonga.

He has been playing music for 18 years in different milongas and tango festivals.


Toni Barber

Toni Barber
Born in Barcelona, has been dancing tango since 1991. Organizer of milongas since 1996 in the city of Barcelona: The Patio de Tango Milonga, El  Yeite, Dome of the Tango, Café Picasso: Tango Gotan, La Yapa Milonga del Café.
He has been working for the International Tango Festival of Sitges since 1996, where he was official DJ of the night milonga Festival for 13 years. Since 2008 belongs to the Festival to the present in which is its director.

As a DJ, he has participated in the best events the city of Barcelona dedicates to tango. He has participated in several European festivals
He is also a musician, contrabassist, as part of various tango ensembles: Orchestra Latitude Tango (4 years to the present), Combo guitar and bass Quartet Unreal (2 years), currently a member of the Quartet Typical Chamuyo Arrabal.

He was named Corresponsal Academician of the National Academy of Tango in Buenos Aires, for his work in Barcelona with regard to the history of Tango.

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