The Sexteto Milonguero

The Sexteto Milonguero formed in 2006 by Javier Di Ciriaco (Singer).

The style of the group, has a beginning, in essence, danceable, emphasizing the 40′s, and beyond the excellent versions heard for years, Sexteto Milonguero tries to give a personal sound to these great old songs.

And over the years, also because of the diversity of places where they have been presented in recent years, such as theaters or festivals worldwide, have added to their extensive repertoire, a variety of songs that can be called only for concerts. Own songs, songs of Argentine folklore, etc..

This has allowed to show and merge the different influences that each one of the members of the sextet, which include: Argentina’s popular music, jazz, classical, rock, etc. …. Current contemporary influences.

Members of Sexteto Milonguero: 2 violins (Marisol Canessa and Gustavo Garay), bandoneón (Ignacio Claramonte), Piano (Miguel Pereiro), bass (Alejandro Abbonizio) and singer (Javier Di Ciriaco).


Pa’ que bailen (2007)

Sexteto Milonguero “7” (2010)

Doble o nada (2014)

In this latest production, double, and, first time, one of the cd contains  compositions of group members.


Media Mania Films by Ezster Nordin (2017)

Joyride was a true joy for me as a filmmaker and as an avid tango dancer! The combination of these two passions gave rise to a fun 53-minute film that followed the world-famous Argentine tango orchestra “Sexteto Milonguero” during their European tour for the tenth anniversary. His music and perfomances are incredible, energetic and very pleasant, not only for tango fans. We filmed them in four countries during their tour: Germany, Poland, England and Croatia behind the scenes, as well as on stage, and we got a unique insight into their exhausting and sometimes incessant trips !!


-Letras de tango interpretadas por el Sexteto Milonguero

(Producción: Heinke Fiedler, Tanguentro – Dusseldorf, Germany)

– I segreti de un ballo

Book that talks about the tango dance and where the Sexteto Milonguero has a special participation for his commitment and contribution to the dance itself, from his music. (Producción: Lidia Ferrari – Italia)


(Producción: Bernd Grosse – Alemania)


In 14 years, the Sexteto Milonguero, has played in milongas and festivals in Buenos Aires and several provinces of Argentina, has done 2 tours in Latin America and 14 tours in Europe covering over 30 countries. In addition, Canada Singapore and China and 2 tours in EEUU