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Guanaco Trio 20 March

Guanaco Trio are the featured performers at Tango Synergy’s special Wednesday milonga at Marrickville Town Hall on 20 March 2024, supported by DJ Juan. Doors open 7pm. Performance at 8pm.

General admission is $25. Tickets are available for members $15. Please check your email for the members only purchasing link.

  “One of the things I most love about Buenos Aires is being in a party where musicians are performing and people are able to dance and engage with the music in a way that feels very alive and organic, and I would love to share this feeling with the Sydney tango community.”

“It would be something like the feeling of being in Buenos Aires late on a Saturday night and going to one of the tango boliches like Sanata and hearing musicians performing intimate versions of tango classics a la parrilla.”
— Owen Salome

Come witness Guanaco Trio perform a live tango set at the historic Marrickville Town Hall on Wednesday 20th of March. The trio will be the feature artists for our special Wednesday night milonga – a social dancing event for tango dancers. The audience is welcome to watch and listen. Dancers who are familiar with tango are welcome to use the dance floor. 

Guanaco Trio also perform from their normal Argentinean folkloric repertoire at Peach Black Gallery on Friday 8 March.

Guanaco Trio will be guests at Tango Practica with guests Guanaco Trio on Sunday 10 March to help Synergy members become acquainted with their tango styled music for the first time.


Originating from Buenos Aires, the Guanaco Trio are three musicians from around the world brought together by the folkloric music of Argentina. The trio consists of Laura Urteaga (Catalunya/Argentina) on violin, Benjamín Aedo (Chile) on guitar and our own Australian bandoneonist Owen Salomé. The group has formed to explore the Argentinean folkloric musical tradition, but they will be performing a tango repertoire consisting of tango standards but with their particular interpretation.

Presented by Tango Synergy, a not-for-profit association of tango dancers.

Unallocated seating. No table reservations.