Directed by Pablo Aslan, the Aces of Rhythm is a Tango Sextet that pays tribute to the music and the style of legendary band leader Juan D'Arienzo.

D'Arienzo's nickname was "The King of Rhythm" because of his unstoppable beat that created a revolution in Argentine Tango and propelled thousands of dancers to the dance floor

The sextet plays D'Arienzo's arrangements that have been transcribed from his original music.

Alba Productions, the Tango Factory and Juan José Campanella's 100 Bares have teamed up to present "The Aces of Rhythm"making their debut at the famous MIDSUMMER NIGHT SWING @ LINCOLN CENTER on July 13th 2017. The event will be followed by two more presentations in Ne York: at the ASTORIA TANGO CLUB on July 16th 2017 and at LA NACIONAL on July 19th

Three SPECTACULAR engagements

Midsummer Night Swing @ Lincoln Center

Thursday, July 13th

For 28 summers, New York's hottest outdoor dance party has attracted audiences to swing under the stars to the electrifying sounds of the best local, national, and international artists. It is one of New York's largest music festivals that spans for three weeks of dancing alfresco.

The Series attracks a large number of people and media. Last year, the Astoria Tango Orchestra (also produced by Alba Productions and The Tango Factory), gathered over 3700 enthusiasts at Damrosch Park, where the series takes place.

Astoria Tango Club

Sunday, July 16th

The Astoria Tango Club is New York's largest 'milonga' (Tango social dance gathering), attractiong every Sunday thousands of dancers from all over the world to its dance-floor.

The Astoria Tango Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Daniel Binelli, plays regularly at its stage, bringing over 200 tango enthusiasts to dance and dine in a nightclub that recreates the Buenos Aires of the 1940s and 1950s. A popular destination with Tango aficionados, the Club also attracts people interested in experiencing the best of a by-gone era and world music enthusiasts.

Wine & Tango

Wednesday, July 19th

A gala with wine tastings and Argentine hors d'oeuvres to wrap the presentation in the New York scene of The Aces of Rhythm.

Located on 14th Street, between the Seventh and Eighth Avenues, the Centro is the last vestige of one the largest Spanish enclaves in New York that was affectionately referred to as Little Spain. It is the oldest Spanish Culutral Center in the USA

Pablo Pereyra, singer and front man, has performed at Lincoln Center's 2016 Misummer Night Swing Edition with the Astoria Tango Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Daniel Binelli


Package 1
  • Full page add in our magazine. 32 pages with information about the band and the historical background of the project. 3000 copies, silk paper, full color. (Design to be provided by the sponsor). The magazines will be distributed free of charge by our greeters at our stand at Lincoln Center during the day of the event. The remanent will be distributed at the Astoria Tango Club and at La Nacional for the closing party.
  • 5000 postcards to be distributed at Lincoln Center. The postcards will promote the show at Astoria Tango Club and will be distributed a month in anticipation. They will include the logos and website address of the sponsors.
  • Your logo and hot link at Midsummer Night Swing at Lincoln Center, provides hot links to our page through there calendar that is heavily promoted from mid May until the end of the season, generating lots of traffic to the performers page.
  • You banner at the Astoria Tango Club event on July 16th
  • A table to showcase your products at our Wine & Tango closing event @ La Nacional
  • Your printed promotional materials will be displayed at the tables at the Astoria Tango Club.
  • A video of one of the songs with the sponsors logo.


Package 2

Includes Pacakge 1 plus your logo in our promotional T-Shirts to be sold at the three of our events. We will print 1000 t-shirts.


For more information, please contact us @ + (917) 804-87775 or by email:
The sextet plays D'Arienzo's arrangements that have been transcribed from his original music.

About Juan D'Arienzo

Juan d'Arienzo (December 14, 1900 – January 14, 1976) was an Argentine tango musician, also known as "El Rey del Compás" (King of the Beat). He was son of Italian immigrants and used more modern arrangements and instrumentation; his popular group produced hundreds of recordings. His music is played often at milongas in Buenos Aires, and the instrumentals are the classic harder rhythmic tangos with a strong staccato dance rhythm.

D'Arienzo contributed a fresh, juvenile, enlivening air to tango. Tango, had been an ostentatious, challenging, almost gymnastic dance. D'Arienzo gave tango back to the dancers´feet and with that he made the tango attractive to a younger audience. That gained him his nickname: "El Rey del Compás" (The King of Rhythm)

About Pablo Aslan

Argentine-born Pablo Aslan is in demand for his skills as a producer, bassist, and educator, and for his knowledge of traditional and contemporary tango. His most recent album as a leader is Piazzolla in Brooklyn (Soundbrush Records), a tribute to the late Nuevo Tango master. His previous CD, Tango Grill (Zoho Music), was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award for Best Tango Album and a Grammy for Best Latin Jazz Album.

Currently he is a member of the Glass House Orchestra, a multinational ensemble that performs in Europe and North America, and the Astoria Tango Orchestra. He plays regularly with small ensembles in the New York City area, including a three year ongoing residence at Zinc Bar with Grammy nominee Emilio Solla.

Aslan recorded Tango Jazz: Live at Jazz at Lincoln Center (Paquito Records 2010) with Cuban maestro Paquito D’Rivera and toured Europe the following year as music director of D’Rivera’s Tango Jazz Septet. Other recent productions include “Todo Corazon” (Jazzheads) by flutist Mark Weinstein, “Romance” (Soundbrush Records) by pianist/composer Fernando Otero, “Live at Caffe Vivaldi” and “Te Extraño Buenos Aires”(Soundbrush Records) with pianist/composer Roger Davidson.

Aslan has performed and recorded with Yo-Yo Ma, Shakira, Lalo Schifrin, Denyce Graves, Osvaldo Golijov, Pablo Ziegler, Frank London, the New World Symphony, and the Philadelphia Orchestra, among many others. He has produced over a dozen albums for the Soundbrush label, including the 2007 Latin Grammy Winner Te Amo Tango by Uruguayan bandoneonist Raul Jaurena. He is currently at work on albums by the Glass House Orchestra, Tributango quartet, a CD of original compositions for Soundbrush Records, and a series of electronic tangos for dancers.

An active researcher and educator, he has produced educational programs for Lincoln Center Institute, Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concerts, and Arts Connection in NYC, and lectured and taught at several universities throughout the US, including Harvard, Yale, and UCLA. He served as the Artistic Director of the Reed Tango Music Institute in 2013-14 and is currently Featured Artist at the Indiana University Tangueros Conference.

Pablo Pereyra - Singer/ Emcee

Pablo Aslan - Bass/ Director

Nick Danielson - First Violin

Javier Sanchez - First Bandoneon

Shinjoo Cho - Second Bandoneon

Gabriell Fink - Second Violon

Emiliano Messiez - Piano

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