‘La Morocha Tango Trio’ was formed in 2017 due to the singer Analia Bueti, recently distinguished as AMBASSADORA MARCA PAIS ARGENTINA by the Government of the Argentine Nation and an artist sponsored by the Embassy of the Argentine Republic in Spain for her merits and work in the diffusion of Tango.

Together with the pianist Mariano Siccardi from Mar del Plata and the Argentine double bass player Facundo Di Pietro, currently resident in Paris, they offer a varied repertoire of tangos, waltzes and ‘milongas’ with their own modern arrangements without losing the very essence of this genre of great poetic and musical richness. On this occasion they will also have a special guest, the Valencian saxophonist Carlos Mañez, a benchmark of jazz and blues, who will leave his mark on some of the tangos in the repertoire.

Accustomed to seeing them on big stages, on this occasion we will have a unique opportunity to enjoy these artists in a more intimate format and with a repertoire exquisitely selected from the songbook of this “Rioplatense” genre.

Numerous were the stages where they performed, being undoubtedly one of the most emotional, the Castle of Cullera, or the one that brought them together for the last World Tango Summit held in Melilla, where they travelled representing the City of Valencia.

A great band with genuine talent guarantee a very special concert to be enjoyed at the intimate‘Café Mercedes Jazz’ for an evening of artistic & musical quality. TICKETS:


Report by ‘24/7 Valencia’ team

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‘La Morocha Tango Trio’

November 9



C/ Sueca, 27

46006, Valencia


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