One of the french highlights of this year’s Day of Tango celebration will be the Parisian tango duo Doble Filo, the result of the artistic partnership between the pianist Chloë Pfeiffer and the bandoneonist Lysandre Donoso. Their repertoire covers almost all periods of the history of tango music, including both traditional and contemporary tangos, decorated with the dynamics, finesse and the rich harmonic palette of their interpretations. They are part of one of the most celebrated french tango orchestras, Silbando, (of which Chloë is founder and artistic director) and are equally awesome when they play music for dancing and for listening. To demonstrate this they will present two different musical programs at each of the two events on the occasion of the Day of Tango. At the tango concert on the 10th of December Duo Doble Filo will perform a diverse program consisting of traditional as well as contemporary tangos including compositions by Astor Piazzolla, during some of which the musicans will be joined on stage by the wonderful dancers Sophie Monnier from Paris and Vladi Petrov from Sofia. And on the next day (11th December), at the gran milonga, Duo Doble Filo will perform danceable tangos, valses and milongas in “tandas” following the arrangements of various famous orchestras from the Golden Age of tango. Their live tandas will be mixed with tandas of recorded music from the Golden Age selected by DJ MamaLoca in a unique musical dialogue between musicians and DJ. So, whatever your favourite way of enjoying tango is, don’t miss the performances of Duo Doble Filo, the duo with two faces – one for those who love listening and one for those who love dancing.