Jo Switten "El Huracán"

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Jo Switten, also known as deejay El Huracán, came in contact with the Tango Argentino end of the eighties.

In 1990 he took his first classes and he immediately fell in love with the music, the dance and the social aspects of the milongas. Back then, there weren’t many possibilities to dance so he started to collect tango records and started as a deejay at national and international tango parties.

On his various trips to Buenos Aires he completed his collection. Jo is passionate about tango but isn’t a librarian or an archiver of tango music. He strongly believes a good milonga is about fun, about the joy of dancing and being together, without losing the authentic character of a real Argentine salón de tango. Get ready for a night full of dancing and good ambiance.

Los esperamos por una noche de garufa!

D'Arienzo selon Jo Switten

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    El Huracan

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    Pensalo Bien

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    Esta noche me emborracho

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