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Performer: QuinTango -- 2 violins, cello, double bass, piano
Genre:  Concert Tango Music (with narrative commentary)

Educational programs
Pops Concert with Symphony Orchestra

Requirement: Tuned grand piano, 2 speaking microphones.
Concerts: The White House, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center (U.MD), Kravis Center (W. Palm Beach), Embassy of Argentina, Organization of American States, U.S. Department of State, The Smithsonian Institution, The National Building Museum, The Corcoran Gallery (Armand Hammer Auditorium), Strathmore Hall Mansion, Avalon and Barter Theaters,
Festivals and Residencies 9th and 12th International Festivals of Costa Rica, Piccolo Spoleto Festival - 4 seasons (Charleston, S.C.), Virginia Highlands Festival - 2 seasons, John F. Kennedy Center Open House Arts Festival; Festival of Arts in Southwest Virginia; Pro-Art Residency, Southwest Virginia.

MidAtlantic Arts Touring Artist

Virginia Commission for the Arts Touring Artist

Concerts in Schools Artist, Washington Performing Arts Society

Embassy Adoption Program Artist, Washington Performing Arts Society
Arts for Every Student In-School Artist (Washington, D.C.)
Chamber Music America Residency Partnership Grant Recipient, 2003-4

Performance collaborations:

Actors/dancers Robert Duvall and Pablo Veron (star of The Tango Lesson and Tango Argentino)

grammy-nominated bandoneonist Raul Jaurena (NY Tango Trio), bandoneonists Hector Del Curto (music director of Forever Tango) and Tito Castro, guitarist Pancho Navarro

The National Building Museum - Tango Festival 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002

Solo performances with symphony:

Charleston Symphony September 2001

Ars Flores Orchestra, January 2003

Augusta (GA) Symphony, February 2003

Wichita Symphony, January-February 2004

Press quotes:

"The night was cold, windy and wet, but the music was definitely hot." Richmond Times Dispatch

"Refined and elegant . . . exceptional mastery . . . impressive sonority . . . sensuality and tenderness . . . brilliant . . . admirable precision." La Nación, San Jose, Costa Rica

"For haunting melody, rhythm that makes every part of your anatomy move, and a feeling of warmth and enthusiasm, QuinTango is downright wonderful. Talk about a great evening!" Robert Jones, Spoleto Critic for Charleston Post and Courier

"Dramatic power, sublime lyricism . . . rousing . . . brooding . . . plenty of passion . . . a certain playfulness and vitality . . . deeply soulful tone."
The Washington Post

"One of the world's best tango orchestras"
The Hagerstown Exponent

"One of Washington's finest instrumental ensembles." The Washington Post


QuinTango, (November 1998); Secret Places (May 2000); To Buenos Aires with Love (2003). Available at www.quintango.com, amazon.com, and cdnow.com


$1000 - $15000
Please contact us about specific concert fees


Joan Singer
(703) 548-6811
e-mail: email
URL: www.quintango.com

July 2003

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