El Querandí Cena Tango Show

Address: Peru 302 – Monserrat

This place was inaugurated in 1920, its wooden details, lighting, and decorative elements give it a very intimate atmosphere. This is one of the historic places of Buenos Aires, with a unique profile from the wide offer of tango houses. It stands out for its absolutely romantic environment, immerse in warmth and offering excellent assistance. These details mixed together make a perfect place for an unforgettable tango date with one’s partner.
The service starts with a dinner of international level, offering a variety of appetizers, main courses and desserts, including a low-calorie menu option as well.
The tango show “narrates” the evolution of porteño music, from its origins until the present date, through a “choreographic relate”. Since tango was born to be danced, it shows the evolution of the way of dancing, the styles, fashions and environments. It is performed by three couples of high artistic level. The choreographer is Master Carlos Rivarola, teacher and dancer, who proposes the original and only “floor-stroking” style of tango, in contact with the partner and that is very far from the style seen today, which features multiple acrobatics, usually accomplishing impact, but so far from the genuine tango moves. The Conductor is Master Aldo Falasca, who directs a quartet composed of the piano, the violin, the “bandoneón” (large accordion), and the double bass, in charge of Daniel Falasca, who deserves special acknowledgement for his abilities, especially his memorable solo performance of the song “Contrabajeando” (“Playing the double-bass”, by Astor Piazzola). The artistic staff is completed by the excellent singers Carlos Gari and Gabriel Mores (grandson of Master Mariano Mores), who go over the classics of all times.

El Querandí
El Querandí

El Querandí
Dinner-show at El Querandí