Gotan Project tangos into Bucharest in June

Newsroom 15/03/2010 | 12:04

Gotan Project, whose hits include Santa Maria (del Buen Ayre), Differente, Una Musica Brutal and Queremos Paz, have announced they will return to Romania on June 25 for a concert at the Palace Hall, to promote their latest tour Tango 3.0, which will begin on April 7. The tour will take in other countries such as Poland, Greece, Bulgaria and Austria. Formed in Paris in 1999, Gotan Project is made up of three musicians of different nationalities: Philippe Cohen Solal (French), Eduardo Makaroff (Argentine) and Christoph H. Muller (Swiss), who collaborate with various musicians both for their albums and live performances. The band was in Romania last year performing as part of the live album Gotan Project Live. The name of the trio is a play on a famous 1982 tango compilation album, called The Tango Project, which featured several American classical musicians. Gotan Project mixes tango with electronic elements such as samples, beats and breaks. The group’s first issue was Vuelvo Al Sur/El Capitalismo Foraneo in 2000, followed by the album La Revancha del Tango in 2001. In 2006 they released another successful album called Lunatico.

Otilia Haraga

 

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