Jonas is based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, where he DJs regularly at many major local tango events in the region. He has DJ’d in Los Angeles, Sacramento, Arizona, New Orleans, Kuala Lumpur, and Taipei. He DJ’d at the 2016 Taiwan Tango Marathon, the 2016 Southern California Tango Championship (SCTC), and most recently at the 11th Annual San Diego Tango Festival for 2016-2017. At the SCTC he selected the music for the tango competition and DJed for one of the Festival’s milongas. To everyone’s delight he is invited back to DJ at SCTC for February 2017! He will keep you dancing whether it be in Austin or other events guaranteed.
- Friday Milonga, 10:00 PM-2:00 AM
- Sunday Milonga, 8:00 PM-1:00 AM
John Miller is a teacher, performer, and DJ who started Tango at the age of 18. Originally trained as a Linguist, he eventually found himself at the milongas every night of the week and decided to pursue a career in Tango, over one in Medieval French studies. John is now one of the most popular DJs in Colorado, and plays an average of 140 nights a year. He has DJed for numerous national festivals and milongas, including the UTango Festival in Salt Lake City, Burning Tango in McCloud, the Albuquerque Tango Festival, the Denver Tango Festival, Tango Encuentro in Boulder, and Mala Leche in New York City.
- Saturday Milonga, 9:00 PM-2:00 AM
- Sunday Milonga, 8:00 PM-10:30 PM
Since taking up tango seven years ago, Tim has DJed in many US and international locations including South Africa, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, Thailand, and Lebanon. A former sound engineer who has coordinated live shows and studio work for musicians such as Arrested Development’s Speech, Tim’s attention to sound quality is paramount; and with club experience DJing hip hop, his musical collection and understanding are vast. A popular tango DJ in Austin, Tim’s playlists bring out the art and soul of tango.
- Saturday Afternoon Milonga, 3:00 PM-6:00 PM
Daniel R. Dávila
As a young child Daniel grew up listening to Golden Age Tango, Bolero and Charro music played on the AM radio stations such as KCOR “Epocas de Oro” in the 1960s and early 70s in San Antonio. Raised by his great grandmother, Doña Maria de la Luz Alfaro (b1902-d2005), Daniel was exposed at an early age to Tango often played from her now long lost 78rpm phonographs. His musical tributaries, however, began with Jazz, Mariachi, Gospel and Classical training on Clarinet and Guitar. Dance was a distant art amongst the diversity of arts he performs.
Today dancing Tango has joined his musical forefront. To his delight he spends many hours preparing his tango portfolio to share and delight his beloved local community.
- Saturday Milonga, 2:00 AM-6:00 AM