New colors from Argentine tradition
 

As the European immigrants arrived in Argentina in the early twentieth century, the three musicians of Tango Libre Trio meet their instruments and their universe around a repertoire of tangos, waltzes and milongas of Buenos Aires.

The mixed sounds of clarinet and cello evoke melancholy but profound energy emerging from tangos of the 40's. The clear voice of Bahia, Celine rhythm on the cajón, combined with warm Christine's piano chords take us in the first tangos neighborhood of Montserrat and San Telmo. The quality of interpretation highlights the contrast of a sensitive intimacy with rhythmic precision.

Mais le trio explore aussi le tango dans son expression contemporaine : mélodies étirées et fugues endiablées imaginées par le grand bandonéoniste Astor Piazzolla, thèmes de l'électro-tango revisités en acoustique, couleurs harmoniques et improvisées issues du jazz...

But the trio also explores the tango in its contemporary expression : stretched melodies and furious fugues designed by the great bandoneon player Astor Piazzolla, the electro-tango themes revisited in acoustics, harmonic and improvised colors from jazz ...

Tango Libre Trio offers a musical experience both innovative and respectful of the great Argentine tradition.

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Bahia El Bacha : cello and voice

Céline Drancey : clarinet and cajón

Christine Chazelle : piano and arrangements