TDj Horacio Godoy
Horacio Godoy is an internationally recognized tango music selector, with over 20 years of experience in the field. He has curated music for milongas, festivals, and shows around the world, and is known for his exceptional ability to read the crowd and create the perfect atmosphere for each event.
Musical Director, Buenos Aires Tango Festival and World Cup (2016-2019)
Resident DJ, La Viruta Milonga, Buenos Aires (2000-present)
Guest DJ, Milongas and Festivals worldwide (2000-present)
Creator and Curator, TangoTunes.com, online tango music store (2008-present)
Deep knowledge of traditional tango music and its evolution
Ability to read and adapt to different audiences and venues
Experience with different tango music formats (vinyl, CD, digital)
Expertise in sound equipment setup and operation
Bilingual (Spanish and English)
Degree in Music, Universidad de Buenos Aires (1997)
Postgraduate studies in Sound Engineering, Universidad de San Martín (2001)
Tango DJ Certification, Academia Nacional del Tango (2003)
Professional Sound Technician Certification, Argentine Association of Sound Technicians (2006)
"La selección musical en la milonga", article in the book "Tango: Teoría y práctica para bailarines y profesores", Editorial Dunken, 2012.
A tango musicalizador based in Toronto, Canada, Jason is passionate about tango music from Golden Age, offering a wide range of music to generate the most rewarding and inspiring experience for social dancers. He collects and owns some of the best 78 RPM transfers of tango music currently in the world including CTA, AMP, Audio Park, Tangotunes and from private collectors. His selection of music is characterized by dynamic and sensation of dancers, dictated by the energy flow on the dancing floor. He deejays and compiles tandas “on-the-fly” at the milonga, using only the best fidelity and professional sounding quality tracks of recordings.
He has been guest deejaying at various festivals and milongas in Asia, America, Europe and Buenos Aires such as Festival International de Tango He had been invited to deejay in some of the most traditional and prestigious milongas in Buenos Ares,
In the tango world, dancers usually refer to Rod as a teacher, performer, organizer, and/or social dancer.
However, Rod is receiving rave reviews as a Djay. He creates a playlist that causes waves of emotion and energy, keeping the dancers engaged through the night.
Rod focuses on traditional music that keeps the dancers on the floor until the very end of the milongas. He has djay’d in festivals, marathons, and milongas all over the U.S. and abroad.
You can hear him monthly in Chicago (when he’s in town) at the 312 monthly milonga and other local events.
John Miller has been DJing for over half his life and in that time has played nearly every scenario imaginable: in seedy bars, under bridges, in Churches, warehouses, at weddings, funerals, high school sock-hops, on beaches, house parties, from 100-year-old victrolas, milongas, marathons, and at dozens of tango festivals.