The band

the musicians

Voice: Irene Aragón
Bandonéon: Frédéric Viale
Piano: Eros Cordogli

La Milongata is a music ensemble devoted to Argentinian tango; it was created by the spanish singer Irene Aragón in 2015. The band consists of a bandoneon player, a piano player and a singer but its larger and richer version includes a violinist and double bass player. The musicians of La Milongata have been performing Argentinian tango for quite some time.

Frédéric Viale, composer and virtuoso instrumentalist, is one of the most renowned accordionists of the contemporary French panorama. He was seduced by Argentinian music from a very young age, and has been a member of various tango orchestras. Together with the pianist Eros Cordogli, an experienced musician who is also passionate about tango, they have created quality orchestras such as Spirito Tango, Tangoforte and Alma Argentina. Irene Aragón intense performances can be trace back to her tango singing in Latin America with Argentinian and Uruguayan musicians.

the show

La Milongata performs in festivals, concerts and milongas (tango dances).


Some festivals:

IV Festival de Tango de la Côte Basque (2016)
Festival Expo Rose, Grasse (2017)
IX Festival de Tango de Monte-Carlo (2017)

Their shows can also include dance presentations performed by professional dancers.



La Milongata offers a wide repertoire of voice and instrumental tangos, from the 20s to the present. With classical pieces from the Golden Age, appreciated both by dancers and music lovers, they honor the great masters of the genre: Gardel, Troilo, Pugliese, Piazzola…

Volver (tango, 1935, Gardel / Le Pera)
Naranjo en flor (tango, 1944, Virgilio et Homero Expósito)
Los pájaros perdidos (tango-canción, 1973, Piazzolla / Trejo)
Malena (tango, 1941, Demare / Manzi)
Soñar no cuesta nada (tango, 2005, Juan Carlos Muñiz)
Milonga sentimental (milonga, 1931, Manzi / Piana)
Garganta con arena (tango-canción, 1993, Cacho Castaña)
Tu pálida voz (valse, 1943, Charlo / Manzi)
Vuelvo al sur (tango, 1988, Piazzolla / Pino)