We are a team of musicians dedicated to tango, developing our professional activity in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. We have shaped ourselves musically by playing our instruments on the music circuit of the city.
We are defined by serious and personalized work on each of the orders entrusted to us by musicians who ask us to travel with them on their musical projects, since we understand the importance of having a repertoire that manages to sound balanced and true.

Matías Gobbo

Bandoneonist, composer and teacher

Mar del Plata, Argentina, 1983

Graduated in Composition at UNA (National University of Art).
Graduated from the Emilio Balcarce Tango School Orchestra (Buenos Aires), conducted by maestro Néstor Marconi.
Studied composition and arrangements with Diego Schissi.
He made advanced studies on the bandoneon with Santiago Segret.

Bandoneonist in the Ensamble Argentino (National Ministry of Culture) under the direction of Hilda Herrera, studying in depth the Argentine musical map.  

Since 2013, he has been a member of the Bataraz Quintet who were awarded the First Prize of the National Endowment for the Promotion of Record Production in 2013, and two Gardel Awards in 2015.
The Bataraz Quintet participated in important musical events such as the Womex Festival 2016 in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and the Circulart Festival 2017 in Medellín (Colombia).                                 

Professor of the «Folklore and Tango» chair at the «Astor Piazzolla» Conservatory in the City of Buenos Aires.
Professor in the areas of «Bandoneon Folklore» and «Bandoneon Tango», as well as in the in the area on the subject of «Tango Ensamble» at the Florencio Varela School of Art.

In 2019, he released his first solo album entitled MUDA which won the support of the National Endowment for the Arts.

In 2020 he wrote several albums of scores for didactic purposes, focused on the learning and practice of the bandoneon: Arrangements for Bandoneon Solo Vol. 1 and Vol. 210 studies for Bandoneon Vol. 1 and Vol. 2.

He also writes a «The bandoneon, idiomatic writing«, a guide for composers and arrangers interested in writing for the instrument.

In 2021 he wrote and recorded ENTRAMADO (music for bandoneon and string quartet).

Buenos Aires – Argentina – 1985.

He studied Classical piano at Juan José Castro Conservatory.

Modern Composition and Arrangements at SADAIC with Juan Carlos Cirigliano

Tango and folklore” career at Manuel de Falla Institute.

He has also studied the evolution of tango styles with pianist and composer José Colángelo.

Of great stylistic versatility, his activity ranges from Tango and Folklore, to latin, rock, blues, pop, electronic music and incidental music for theater/media, and has participated in the recording of more than 20 albums.

As a pianist, since 2007 he has performed in theaters and festivals in Argentina and more than 10 countries in South America and Europe together with musicians and dance companies such as Tango Desire, Brenda Angiel, and Iñaki Urlezaga dance company.

Pianist and arranger of “Falta Envido Tango”, and “Cuarteto Hora cero”.

Since that year he has been also playing in many tango shows in Buenos Aires city, such as “Complejo Tango”, “la Cumparsita”, “Catulo Tango”, “Esquina Carlos Gardel”, “La Ventana”, and actually he is pianis at “Esquina Homero Manzi”, “Palacio Paz Tango Show”, and “Tango Porteño”.

In 2023 he has composed and arranged the music of Black Tango Show, actually performed by the Black Tango Company.

As a composer in the field of theater and media, in 2017 he was nominated for the Hugo Awards for his work in “Cautiva, el musical”.

teacher with 20 years of experience, he teaches instrument, arrangement and production classes with virtual instruments to students from all over the world.

Gustavo Michalik

Pianist, composer and teacher