Orchestras & musicians

Cuarteto "Cadenero Tango"

Initially, a trio founded in 2018 between the cities of Valencia and Alicante to make milongueros and tango lovers dance. With its own arrangements inspired by the great classical dance orchestras, Cadenero Tango has its own personal style based on swing, rhythm and nuances. 
Their album A BAILAR redorded in 2018 reflects the pure essence of this group. They presented themselves this year at the international festivals of Valencia and Benidorm as well as in milongas of Madrid, Rome, Naples and other Mediterranean cities. They have been called to close the XII International Tango Festival of Mallorca in October 2019.
Led by maestro Orlando Dibelo {ex bandoneonist of the José Basso Orchestra} Cadenero's formation is completed by experienced musicians from the Rio de la Plata with a great trajectory in the world of Tango, the pianist from Mar del Plata Mariano Siccardi, the violin of the Uruguayan Emiliano Pérez and, recently, the bassist Pablo Fojo. 


Quinteto "Pucci Tango"

It is not often that a tango orchestra is made up of three brothers, and even less often that it has the musical quality and career of Silvio, Adrián and Daniel Pucci. They have performed together or separately in the most important tango orchestras such as the Orquesta Juvenil de Radio Nacional de Buenos Aires, the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, the Orquesta Filarmónica, the Orquesta Estable del Teatro Colón and those of Osvaldo Piro, José Basso, Leopoldo Federico, Atilio Stampone, Daniel Lomuto, Eduardo del Piano, Raúl Garello, Antonio Agri, Enrique Mario Francini, Horacio Salgán, Osvaldo Pugliese and Astor Piazzolla. They have toured countless countries. They have accompanied singers such as Libertad Lamarque, Susana Rinaldi and Sandra Luna. Since 1972, they have formed the "Trio Pucci", with presentations in Argentina and Europe, a group that has come together again over the years and today they are transformed into the group "Puccitango", adding Annabelle Franchi, an outstanding young double-bass player, who came to perform at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires and who was part of many important symphony orchestras and the last member to join the group is Maestro Carlos Rocha after his work in the Symphony of Colombia traveled to Germany hired by the Orchestra of the Heidelberg Opera, where he held the position of First violin and tango work with Maestro Rodolfo Mederos "Bandoneon" that played with Maestro Osvaldo Pugliese among others. They have been living in Spain for several years, continuing their work with music with different orchestras.


Mariano Siccardi

Tango pianist-vocalist, composer and arranger


Claudio Cesar

Tango guitarist-vocalist, composer and arranger


Alejandro Jaime

Tango guitarist, composer and arranger