Myriam Alarcon (France) 

That's about 13 years I started my first steps on the "pista de baile" and I was immediately hooked by tango. Thus, for about 11 years, I Dj in many events of European Tango circuit.
Musicalize is as great a pleasure for me to dance and this is why I am, above all, attentive to the dancers and my feelings about the dance floor during the evening. For me it is essential to running a good party.
A bailar !!!!!!

Maret Värk (Estonia)  
“Seriously in tango from 2008. I have not made playing tango music a science so expect passion and nothing but passion. And some refreshing cortinas.“

Luis Cono (Chile/Sweden) 

"I have lived for many years in the city of Malmo. I work with tango as an organizer and as a Tdj. I am a traditional milonguero. I like to improvise all the tandas directly in the milonga with a lot of energy in The cortinas . Going back to Tallin will be a nice inspiration. Much tango, many memories."

Marina Rusakova (Estonia) 
Originally from Estonia, Marina has been regularly DJ-ing in Tallinn since 2016 and has played at various milongas and events around Europe: in Estonia, Latvia, Finland, Russia, Italy. Portugal. Being in love with traditional tango music she creates the atmosphere of trust and inspiration for dancers, giving to them diversity and energy.

Michal el Monje (Po
He is the founder of the Tanga Theater and Casa Buena in Poznań. He plays milongas, marathons, encuentro and festivals in Spain, Italy, Germany, UK Britain. He had the honor of playing two famous milongas in Buenos Aires at El Obelisco and Maldita Milonga.
He says about his passion for DJing: "For me, tango is always dancing music. Songs that do not have a dance potential will not be included in my tandas - they are good for listening or preparing choreographies. I would love to dance on the dance floor in exactly this order, all the songs I play. because the DJ in the milonga is in dialogue with the dancers - this is an exchange of energy - always unique, just as each milonga is unique. I love the dynamics of D'Arienzo and Echague from the '30s, the romanticism of Di Sarli from the' 50s and fullness Troilo and Calo sounds. Playing milongas, I create a story with Tanguer @ s, a story that happens here and now. Although I play traditionally, if that is the energy, I weave contemporary performances of orchestras such as Romantica Milonguera or Sexteto Milonguero. for the coherence of the songs in each duo - thematic and emotional. The challenge for me was to play the encuentro in Spain, where everyone on the dance floor understood the words or the context of a given song. cam give every DJ such an experience. My favorite time in marathons is the night when the dance floor is "warm" and when I can choose my music so that it is full to the last tandy. " 
He runs a tango school, a regular "el abrazo" milonga, organizes the festivals: Tango Barocco, Ocho Pasos, marathons: La Endorfi

na and Carnavalito and the encuentro milonguero "La Mirada".

Kaja Keil (Estonia)
Kaja has been dancing since childhood, mainly different folk dances. Even while working on other professions, dancing has always remained her passion. Kaja started learning Argentinian tango naturally and spontaneously while living in Buenos Aires for a longer period of time, where she found herself suddenly in the era of ladies and gentlemen of the 20-30`ies – a period where her soul always seemed to belong.
Kaja thinks of herself mainly as a social tango dancer, but from time of time, she has been known to share her ideas by giving both social tango and tango therapy lessons. Kaja has never taught her students just how to dance, she has always tried to convey the essence of tango, as well as the cultural aspects behind movements. Her method can be described as „pure simplicity“, where the main focus stays on the connection of two people and the music.
For the last eight years Kaja has been organizing classical, jazz and tango concerts in Estonia and Germany. She has had numerous contacts with many Argentinian musicians, who have deepened her understanding and knowledge of tango music and history.
As a tango DJ, Kaja always trusts her inner voice and tries to create a particular and special atmosphere for every single milonga, considering the mood of the dancers at the pista at the given moment in time. She also carefully selects her cortinas, which have to support the whole structure of the evening. Her favourite orchestras keep changing, but Kaja always favours the classical build up of milonga, starting from simple rhythms with good energy and reaching to the dramatic and melancholic moments, thus leading the dancers through a kaleidoscope of emotions throughout the evening.

After-party: David Alvarez (France) 
I started DJing in 2011 at the historic Milonga del Angel in Nîmes, where I learned the importance of music and listening to the dancers. As I was mindful of the energy of the event, I was regularly invited to different encuentros, marathons and festivals in Europe (the Netherlands, Italy, Portugal, Germany, Poland, Latvia, France etc.) where I play energetic and emotional music.