Luxe Milonga — the new all-night milonga in Portland! Come join Remanda Xiang and Jenna Rohrbacher at this fresh, modern, and fun event!

We are happy to announce that renowned dancer and DJ Varo Boyajyan from Los Angeles for the April 30th Luxe Milonga!

An avid dancer himself, Varo has a deep appreciation for tango music as a crucial part of the overall milonga experience for each dancer.

As a DJ, Varo strives to create a musical atmosphere that inspires dancers and connects with them on the emotional level.

While DJing, Varo is always connected to the dancers–either by observing the energy and the interactions of the dancefloor, or dancing in the middle of it.

In addition to selecting good individual tango songs, Varo pays detailed attention to the structure of the playlist. He comprises the tandas and the relationship of tandas to each other to establish a harmonious flow of the energy, and to develop emotional-energetic contrasts with a tasteful climax and rise that resonate within each dancer.

Varo regularly DJ’s at milongas in Los Angeles and Southern Calfornia. He has DJ’d along with Otros Aires and Narcotango.

Varo is also invited to DJ tango at festivals all over the US.

Past DJ Events:

  • Otros Aires Concert LA 2009
  • Tucson Tango Festival 2009 and 2010
  • San Diego Tango Festival 2010
  • SMITH 2010
  • Palm Springs Traditional and Nuevo Festival 2010
  • East Coast Tango Marathon 2010
  • Narcotango Concert LA 2010
  • Chicago Tango Week 2010
  • Baltimore Tango Festival 2010
  • Albuquerque Tango Festival 2010
  • Ashland Turkey Tango 2010
  • New York – Feb 4-6, 2011

Varos’ tango website link:


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