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ZINNETANGO is a chamber group formed in the spring of 2021 in Brussels. This international quartet is made up of top musicians from Argentina, Belgium and Estonia. A shared passion for tango tradition reflects both the enthusiasm and picardy of the “guardia vieja” and the melancholy of the “guardia nueva”.


Our repertoire includes works by Pugliese, Gobbi, Salgán, Piazzolla, Spinetta, Jacques Brel and many others. As representatives of a new generation of Argentinian-European tango, the ensemble puts forward its vision of world music through original arrangements and compositions.


Zinnetango aspires to bring classical and popular programs together by spreading tango both in concert halls and dance clubs. The group debuted at its highest level in September 2021 with a Baltic tour with living tango legend Omar Mollo. The following year we were invited to perform at the Baku Jazz Festival (AZ) and at the United Music of Brussels (BE). We play regularly at different venues around Brussels, Antwerp and Paris.


former Members

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Kaspar Uljas is an Estonian bandoneonist and composer based in Brussels. He’s a member of various international formations such as Trio Maag and Zinnetango. As a composer he won 1st and 3rd places at the 27th and 28th Uno Naissoo composition competition with his pieces “Los Pescadores” and “Dim Dim”. During his career, he started specializing in Argentine tango/folklore combining his previous knowledge and skills in jazz and world music as a performer and composer, which he does now. He currently plays at different stages with various formations as well as a soloist with orchestra.


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Rodrigo Beraldi developed his artistic training in Buenos Aires before fully integrating the Argentinian National Symphony Orchestra. His experience in the world of tango began very early and took him to the four corners of the globe with some of the greatest tango musicians and ensembles, such as Pablo Agri's Camerata Argentina, Juan de Dios Filiberto Symphony, Osvaldo Piro's orchestra and many others. In 2021, driven by the desire to push his art further, he took an orchestral break in order to continue postgraduate studies at the Royal Conservatory of Liège. During this period, he joined the nascent ensemble dedicated to tango and based in Brussels, Zinnetango. Since 2022 he plays regularly with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of Liège.

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