Soprano Saxophone - Arno Bornkamp
Alto Saxophone - Miguel Ortega
Tenor Saxophone - Lucas Malec
Baritone Saxophone - Juan Manuel Dominguez
Through the unique style that it has developed, the quartet presents "The History of Tango", a program with which the public is transported to the golden era of Tango in Buenos Aires, time of the great Tango orchestras.
By making use of the key elements that make the dancers "push the floor", Pannonica Quartet brings back to life the essence of the milonga nights in Buenos Aires. The repertory includes arrangements from the great Tango orchestras such as Tanturi, DiSarli, D'Arienzo, Canaro, Troilo and Pugliese, ad well as original interpretations from the music from Astor Piazzolla.
Pannonica Quartet is an international ensemble based in Amsterdam, where it regularly performs at milongas, festivals and Tango events. Awarded with the first prize of the International Tango Festival “Doble Ocho”, the group has performed in several cities of Argentina, The Nederlands, Spain, Belgium, France and UK. In January of 2017, Pannonica went on tour to Buenos Aires where they performed at the most prestigious milongas, such as Salón Canning, La Milonga de los Zucca, La Cachivacheria, A Dos Orillas, La Mandrilera, Teatro Sergio Souza, Dímelo al Oido, La Manzana de las Luces, among others. The group has worked with internationally renowned musicians such as Gustavo Beytelmann and with the most acclaimed tango dancers such as Geraldine Rojas and Ezequiel Paludi, and Los Zuccarino.