News / Agenda
– Very excited about the upcoming concert in Sept 10th with the great Juan Pablo Dobal at De Duif in Amsterdam! We will also have the privilege of inviting the dancers Geraldine Rojas and Ezequiel Paludi. Tickets on sale here
– Ongoing tour Air For Tango on the move in the Netherlands! In collaboration with the outstanding dancers Ezequiel Paludi & Geraldin Rojas.
Check out all the dates of the tour, and join us where and when you want. All events with also be streamed via social media, for those who want to dance / listen from home!
Pannonica Quartet meet Ezequiel Paludi and Geraldin Rojas
Listen to our CD “Danzarín”
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Lots of thanks, love and tango!
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|Tour: Pannonica Quartet with Juan Pablo Dobal|
|Time: 20:15. Buy Tickets|
|Tour: Air For Tango|
|19/06/2022||Oosterbeek||Flor de Fango||Netherlands|
|Time: 18:00. Address: Concertzaal EventTheater.|
|16/06/2022||Amsterdam||Milonga La Yumba||Netherlands|
|Time: 20:30. Address: Oranjekerk.|
|Tour: A night in Buenos Aires|
|12/06/2022||Haarlem||Theater De Liefde||Netherlands|
|Time: 20:30. With singer Hetty Jansen and percussionist Sarif Tribou|
|Tour: Air For Tango|
|Time: 20:00. Address: Van Swinderen Huys 19 Oude Boteringestraat.|
|26/09/2021||Arnhem||Flor de Tango||Netherlands|
|Time: 17:00. Address: Rozensteeg 3, 6862 DH Oosterbeek.|
|19/09/2021||Zaandam||Dans Hotspot Van Kooten||Netherlands|
|Time: 16:30. Address: Westzijde 71, 1506 EC.|
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.