Argentine Tango @ Alberto's

736 W. Dana Street, Mountain View, California

MILONGA every Sunday
from 7:00 p.m. until Midnight

A traditional milonga in the atmosphere of a
Buenos Aires tango bar with
air conditioning,
bar snacks, and a first-class wooden dance floor

Cover charge $10 ($15 for live music).

DJ Schedule:
November 1 - Caleb Welton
November 8 - Kiyomi
                      + live music by Ville Hiltula & Seth Asarnow
November 15 - Felipe Martinez
November 22 - Israel Lipinsky
November 29 - Vincent Wong


Suday, October 8

MILONGA @ Alberto's

With live music sets by maestros



Doors open 7pm, until Midnight
First music set after 8:30 p.m.

DJ: Kiyomi

VILLE HILTULA studied bandoneon and Argentinean tango from 2002 to 2006 in the Netherlands at the Rotterdam Conservatory’s tango department under Leo Vervelde, Victor Hugo Villena and Gustavo Beytelmann.

As a bandoneon player and tango musician Ville has been working actively ever since and collaborated with many world renowned tango artists such as Gustavo Beythelmann, Victor Hugo Villena, Color Tango, Alfredo Marcucci, Pablo Agri and several others. He has been playing in Carel Kraayenhof y su sexteto canyengue since 2005 and has also been playing as a soloist in Astor Piazzolla’s tango opera Maria de Buenos Aires which was performed all over Belgium.

Ville has performed in Buenos Aires in Argentina (Festival de Tango Buenos Aires, Teatro Alvear, Teatro San Martin, Casa del Tango, Congreso National de Buenos Aires, Teatro de La Ribera, Confiteria Ideal, La Viruta) Spain, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxemburg, Germany, UK, Ireland… http://www.villehiltula.com/

SETH ASARNOW has a repertory consisting of hundreds of tangos. His playing is heard on recordings that range in style from traditional tangos to rock. He has composed film scores and played on film soundtracks, and he works regularly with some of the finest tango dancers in the world.

Asarnow has been a featured soloist at Davies Symphony Hall with the San Francisco Symphony and has performed Piazzolla’s Four Seasons with Donald Runnicles and members of the San Francisco Opera Orchestra. He has also performed with the Santa Cruz and San Jose Chamber Orchestras and has toured Japan with his own trio. Recent appearances include NBC’s “Dancing With the Stars” where he performed with the show “Forever Tango.”

Asarnow was the musical director of the show Tango Adamor and The Los Angeles Tango Festival as well as Nora’s Tango Week. He also directs and performs often with his ‘Sexteto Tipico,” one of the few authentic traditional tango groups in the United States.