Orquesta Tipica Misteriosa Buenos Aires

Orquesta Tipica Misteriosa Buenos Aires (Arg)

The beginning
In March 2003, pianist and director Javier Arias orchestra Fervor Buenos Aires created in a context how many young people were worried about tango and therefore regained the tradition of typical orchestras that had their golden age in the 40's. Fervor de Buenos Aires had the special, among the new group of tango musicians, to be the only orchestra that took the challenge of continuing the stylistic line from Carlos Di Sarli.

With this composition of the orchestra (5 years), an album called Who SOS (2006) was published on two European tours in 2007-2008 (Scotland, Greece, Palma de Mallorca, Sicily, Austria, etc.). Also excursions to Brazil and Uruguay. It was the last orchestra that accompanied the great singer Oscar Ferrari.

Orquesta Típica | Misteriosa Buenos Aires
Orquesta Típica Misteriosa Buenos Aires, was formed in 2008 as a renewal of musical variations of the danceable tango and regenerated legacy of the great orchestras from the 40's. The orchestra's repertoire is varied and dynamic and includes classical tango, new tango, roller, milonga, milongas candombes and Argentine folklore.

The orchestra continues to develop the genre through new compositions and personal versions of classic tango. Knowing the cultural and musical changes that have taken place since the 40s to the present, this project returns to a typical orchestra like "them from before," but with the new generation's energy and imprint it is a part of what one might call "the new golden age of the tango".

Since 2008, the band has released three albums, Salón (2010), Una noche en la milonga (2013) and Tu lado acústico (2015). The orchestra made three European tours in 2010-2013-2015, where they visit more countries like France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Poland, the Czech Republic and also traveled to Brazil (Sao Paulo) and Argentina (Tucuman, Rosario, Cordoba, Santa Fe, La Pampa, Chubut, Salto, Trenque Lauquen, Pehuajo, etc.). In Buenos Aires they played at the Buenos Aires Tango Festival and at the World Exhibition Center, C. Torcuato Tasso, San Martin Theater, 25 de Mayo Theater, Milonga la Viruta, Salon Canning, etc.


Piano, Events and Direction: Javier Arias

Double bass: Patricio Peralta

Bandoneons: Diego Benbassat, Nicolás Codega, Joaquín Angiolini

Violins: Damián González Gantes, Pablo Martinez Lammer, Matias Coban.

Vote: Eliana Sosa

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