DJ Irina Zoueva (UK)

Last changes made on June 9, 2020
Dj Irina Zoueva (UK)

Here is what Irina says about herself:

I am a tanguera, DJ and organiser of popular tango events in London and southern England. My choice of music is traditional.

I choose tangos mainly from the 30s and 40s, with an occasional tanda from the 20s or 50s, or new orchestras of the 21st century. I like to vary the mood, the pace and the energy from tanda to tanda, to make the music selection feel fresh and interesting. I select only 100 per cent danceable tracks. My goal is to make people want to dance from the opening tune to the Cumparsita (and beyond!)."

DJ Igoris Saburov (Lithuania)

Last changes made on June 9, 2020
Dj Igoris Saburov (Lithuania)

Here is what Igoris says about himself:

I love all tango music. In milongas I prefer to play music of Golden Era, although I am not categorical and tries to feel the interest of the dancing people.

I was DJ-ing in Belarus(Minsk 2015,2016,2018), Belgium(Bruges 2015, 2018,2019 Mouscron 2016, Antwerp 2017,2019), Estonia ( Tallinn 2014, 2015,2019), France (Paris 2016, 2017),Germany ( Kehl 2017, 2018),Italy (Bolzano 2016, Noci 2016, Merano 2016, Milan 2019, Reggio Emilia 2016,Turin 2019), Latvia (Riga 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, Jurmala 2018,Jumurda 2019), Lithuania (Vilnius, Kaunas, Panevezys, Nida, Palanga, Klaipeda, ...), Poland (Warsaw 2015,Torun 2015, 2016, Olsztyn 2019), Portugal (Lisbon 2015) , Russia ( Pskov 2017, Moscow 2018) ans Spain (Nerja 2019) in different Tango events."

DJ Marco Evola (Italy)

Last changes made on November 5, 2019
Dj Marco Evola (Italy)

Marco Evola is a tango DJ since 1998 and has been working in Italy and in other European countries. He proposes traditional music and appreciates to provide simplicity because “the leading figure of the night is not the DJ… but the music…”.

DJ Theo Chatzipetros (Greece/Italy)

Last changes made on June 10, 2020
Dj Theo Chatzipetros (Greece/Italy)

Here is what Theo tells about himself:

When I'm djing I like to relate with the people on the dance floor. I always try to guess which can be the best choice in order to create a nice wave and I'm making my selection always on the fly, track by track. I often think about the fact that some couples can have the best tanda ever during my set and that's why each tanda should be constructed having a sense, a path, a sort of uniqueness that can match with the uniqueness of dancing. My experience allows me to work like this and I can't imagine another way.

The music selection is never predictable, spans the entire period of the tango and sometimes I like to surprise the dancers by proposing some rare tracks. The aim is always satisfying the dancers: nice music for dancing, warm atmosphere to enjoy. I'm using lossless files imported from my collection of CDs and LPs and I work with a sound card and professional software in order to guarantee a high sound quality."

DJ Ieva Drevina (Riga, Latvia)

Last changes made on June 10, 2020
Dj Ieva Drevina (Latvia)

Ieva started to Dj in 2008. All these years she have played in the local milongas, for almost 10 years is running her own regular milonga “Balta Pirts” and playing regularly there music, as well as she has been Dj in tango events in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Sweden, France, Russia and Belarus.

As a Dj Ieva plays traditional music - mostly tango of 1930-ties and 1940-ties and also some little older or little newer tandas. When Dj-ing she tries to create smooth flow of music – all her tandas and cortinas makes one united story of the milonga. She tries to connect with the dancers on the dance floor, feel their energy and mood to offer them pleasant, danceable, interesting and energetically charging music with a slight sentimental touch.