Every Sunday International Matineé Tango Club 3Esquinas offers in Stockholm dance, music, food and enviroment characteristic of the original Milonga porteña. Venue with air conditioner .
 Adress: Sveavägen 41 1fl. GYLLENE CIRKELN (ABF house) Stockholm. Subway stops: Hötorget/Rådmansgatan.
  28 augusti
18:00 - 22:00
Milonga 3Esquinas
Todays Dj: Máximo Iaffa, from Buenos Aires/Stockholm

Todays tema: Anibal Troilo

Avgift: 100kr

Todays milongameny:
3 courses
1-Gazpacho Andaluz
 2-empanadas or  ñoquis
3-flan med dulce de leche
80 kr

OBS!!!! In September we change the time to 17:00 - 21:00

4 och 11 september

Katrin Urwitz & Jorge

4/9 kl 15:30

Workshop: Dancing in a crowded dance floor + show

11/9  kl 15.30
Workshop: Traditional movements with personality

Milonga 17:00 - 21:00
dj Fredrik Agell

25 September 
Milonga 3Esquinas 8 års jubileum presenterar
"Roberto Siri kvintett"

Gran milonga med levande musik

He was born in Buenos Aires, in the neighborhood of Saavedra, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He started having piano lessons at the age of five, and by the time he was nine, at his father’s request, he also started having bandoneon classes with Mr. Eladio Blanco, who was a teacher and a musician in mytical Juan D’Arienzo’s orchestra. At the age of fifteen, Mr. Siri became a piano, harmony and music theory teacher.

His professional career started in 1954 at Radio Mitre. 1957,  Mr. Siri is introduced to the renowned tango singer Raúl Berón, who had recently left legendary Aníbal Troilo’s orchestra. Mr. Siri was asked to join Berón on tour and, from then on, they forged an unforgettable artistic partnership along with a lifelong deep friendship, which would last from such early beginnings until Beron’s final days. In parallel, Mr. Siri performed with trio Trío Figueroa and played with “El Chato” Roberto Flores, Mr. Alberto Margal, and Mr. Julio Martel, among others.

Mr. Siri was awarded a Gardel de Oro prize, at the renowned foundation La Casa del Tango in 1986, along with legends Mrs. Libertad Lamarque and Mr. Hugo del Carril. Mr. Siri also got the award to Breakout Artist at 1989’s festival Festival Internacional de Música Popular, and in 1992, the award to Outstanding Performance at festival II Festival Perla de Paraná.