In concert: Sebastiaan van Delft (piano) en Jeannine Geerts (zang)
A Tangoclub is a special place for special music. We bring concerts in places where the music fits best. In fairy-tale atmospheres. We bring the Unesco intangible heritage out of the concert halls between people. In a unique way combined with culinary indulgence and for the fans a dance floor. So you can literally taste the atmosphere of an authentic Tangoclub from Argentina.
On Sunday November 18th we present: Sebastiaan van Delft (piano) and Jeannine Geerts (vocals).
The duo Geerts and van Delft is no stranger to the Dutch concert halls. Jeannine studied singing with Margreet Honing at the Sweelick conservatory in Amsterdam where she also followed her drama / opera training. With her characteristic voice, she has been interpreting the melancholy of the tango for years. Listen to Jeannine in the line-up with Trio Tangata.
Sebastiaan van Delft is a versatile pianist. He was already irresistibly drawn to the mysterious spheres of the church organ in his early stages of life. He took organ and piano lessons with Jos van der Kooy and Leo van Doeselaar and as a twelve-year-old he won the improvisation and interpretation prize at the Competition for Youthful Organists in Amsterdam. From 1985 he studied classical church organ with Haite van der Schaaf and Bernard Winsemius at the conservatory of Hilversum, where he graduated in 1991. He also took lessons as a pianist with various jazz musicians, including Nedly Elstak. He has been a pianist for years in Carel Kraayenhof's 'Sexteto Canyengue'. Like no other, he is able to give the tango its own color. Listen to Sebastiaan van Delft as pianist of Trio Kay Sleking.
For dancers we provide a safe and smooth dance floor. The evening will be filled in musically by DJ El Fresco (NL / AR)
Amsterdam Centraal Station - Location with melancholy
Amsterdam Centraal is the largest railway station of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and a major national railway hub. Used by 162,000 passengers a day, it is the second-busiest railway station in the country after Utrecht Centraal and the most visited national heritage site of the Netherlands. Amsterdam Centraal was designed by Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers and first opened in 1889. It features a Gothic/Renaissance Revival station building and a cast iron platform roof spanning approximately 40 metres.
The Chief Government Architect of the Netherlands is often associated with the Rijksmuseum (1876-1885) and the Central Station in Amsterdam. Cuypers designed and renovated many exquisite churches, chapels and monasteries. The royal throne (1904) from which the throne speech is presented every year (on Prince's Day) was also designed by the Netherlands’ most famous architect. His craftsmanship is highly praised, and he is often seen as the man who breathed new life into architecture in the Netherlands. Influential and inspiring to many such as H.P. Berlage and Michel de Klerk.
Tango is about socializing with friends. Food and drink have an important place in Argentine culture. That is why we serve a 2-course dinner in collaboration with the chef from Restaurant 1e Klasse. You can choose between vegetarian and meat. At 18:30 we serve the main course. The dessert is served after the first set of live music. We coordinate live music and dinner so that you do not have to miss anything.
Main course, a choice between meat and vegetarian:
- Meat: Dried duck breast with orange-Grand Marnier sauce
- Vegetarian: Vegetarian, Indian curry of chickpea, ginger, tomato, green peas, atjar, white rice, papadum and yoghurt-mint sauce
- Dessert: Pannacotta with caramel sauce and whipped cream
Dietary requirements can be processed if you specify them with your order. Do you want to sit at a table with friends? No problem. If you specify it with your order, we will process it in our table layout. The dinner offers a great opportunity to meet new and like-minded people.