Pianist and composer
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Léandro enrolled in the Gennevilliers Conservatory at the age of 22 to devote himself entirely to tango. What draws him to this type of music is its spirit of revolt. With Juanjo Mosalini and Diego Aubia, he learned the styles, technique, and spirit of tango. He also fell in love with this music and now has a command of the energy it contains and elicits. Meanwhile, he continued practicing the piano with Josette Morata, and learned to write with Didier Louis. Fascinated by Osvaldo Pugliese and his orchestra, he conceived this music with an ear to the ground to tell the stories of the lives and aspirations of the voiceless. As a composer, he seeks to preserve the irony, breaks, and dizzying spells that let the tango paint the misery and violence of society without descending into despair.
Tangomotán members seek to improvise and never cease to work on new covers, revisit tunes, evolve and free themselves in order to make tango tangible. Walls will be covered by images while a voice will join instruments and the scene will become a theatre. Time stops during a concert: the past, the present and the future meet and communicate one to another. Everything has changed. It’s all the same.