The DJs

Tomaž Leskovšek from Slovenia has been performing internationally for years, including at marathons and encuentros in Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, Hungary, Albania and Germany. Tomaž is a dancer himself. He says of himself: "As a dancer, it is extremely important for me to know and feel the music. As a DJ, I try to create happy milongas, including carefully selected cortinas, with some moments of deep and intense emotions." He also has a Facebook page where he shares his tango moments: 

Kristof is well known as a dancer and DJ around the world - maybe more outside of his homeland of the Netherlands than inside it. During the Covid lockdowns, he played online milongas to an international audience. These YouTube/Twitch milongas have a big online following now and every week, thousands of viewers from Argentina watch and dance to his videos - along with thousands more from around the world. He has played at encuentros and milongas on 2 continents: Hawaii, New Mexico, the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Italy, ... This year, he is back by popular request at his own encuentro.

He is also known for his impressions of tango events and videos of milonguero dancers. Check out his youtube channel:

Marco is a wonderful dancer, a great personality and a wonderful organiser.

"I have been a Tj since 1998 in Italy and in Europe, organizer of many Meetings Milongueros, including Roma Milonguera. The way to put music is inspired by the simplicity of beauty, because in the evening of tango the protagonist is not the Dj, but the Milongueros and the music..."

Laura is from Argentina, currently living in Italy and she knows everything about tango music!

Laura Petroni is an international TDJ born in Rosario, Argentina, currently living in Florence, Italy. She trained doing workshops with various internationally recognized TDjs, as well as by studying and deepening various aspects related to the music and history of tango. Her style of music aims to rediscover as much as possible the dancing atmosphere of the milongas of Buenos Aires, bequeathed to us by the orchestras of what is called the "golden age" of tango, which extends from the mid-thirties to the mid-fifties. Her attention is focused on the dancers. With these premises always present, she prefers a lively accent in the chosen music, trying to maintain a high dance rhythm, but without neglecting the presence of a romantic touch. She has musicalized milongas and festivals in Argentina, Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Swiss and Austria. She has a Facebook page dedicated to the diffusion of Argentine tango: