News / Agenda

Updated News:

– Pannonica heading to Brussels soon, looking forward to having a Belgian Tango experience again! 16th Sept

– Beautiful experience during this year’s Grachtenfestival!! Check this video for a small impression of the Opening night 


What a great experience sharing stage and music with the maestro Gustavo Beytelmann!! More news coming soon

Debut CD “Danzarín”

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Lots of thanks, love and tango!

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New Videoclip with Ezequiel Paludi & Geraldin Rojas

More news coming soon!


Date City Venue Country
16/09/2017 Brussels TANGO Factory Belgium
Time: 19:00.
12/08/2017 Amsterdam GrachtenFestival Netherlands
Time: 12:30.
11/08/2017 Amsterdam GrachtenFestival Netherlands
Time: 21:00. Feestelijke Opening
02/07/2017 Austerlitz Taboe Tango Netherlands
Time: 22:00. Taboe Camp Opening Milonga
30/06/2017 Amsterdam El Berretín Amsterdam Netherlands
Time: 22:00. Milonga

About Us

Tango Saxophone Quartet


The history of tango keeps on moving. Pannonica Quartet brings back the essence from the Golden Age of Tango through its four saxophones. Looking for the key elements that makes a dancer push the floor and the sounds that evoke emotion in the listener, Pannonica Quartet has dig into the arrangements of traditional orchestras and developed a unique interpretative style. Pannonica Quartet, awarded with the Doble Ocho International Tango Competition price, has performed in different cities of the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, France, and worked with international renown artists such as Gustavo Beytelmann and Arno Bornkamp. Their repertory includes arrangements from the traditional tango orchestras such as Tanturi, DiSarli, D’Arienzo, Canaro, Troilo and Pugliese, and their own personal interpretations of Piazzolla.


Paul Lamarque



Miguel Ortega



Lucas Malec

Buenos Aires,Argentina


Juan Manuel Dominguez

Buenos Aires,Argentina


Concert "History of Tango"

Music for Milonga

De Vier Saxofoons




+31 (0) 618471750 – Miguel

+31 (0) 639316234 – Juan