Willie van Zyl

CT Tango ensemble: Tango Club



Stanislav Angelov – Accordion, Bandoneon
Albert Combrink – Piano, Keyboard
Jacek Domagala  – Violin
Charles LAzar – Double Bass


James Grace – Guitar (Appears courtesy of Stringwise Records)
Kevin Gibson – Drums
Willie van Zyl – Clarinet , Alto- & Tenor Saxophone
Adriana Edwards – Vocals

Release date: August 2010
Label: Good Music Records

Total tracks: 13

Awards: NOMINATED for a SAMA AWARD in the category “Best Instrumental Album” – 2011

Read reviews of Tango Club HERE.

Buy Tango Club  locally [read more…]

CT Tango ensemble: Tango Club2012-04-29T10:18:38+02:00

JAZZ at the NASSAU with CT Tango Ensemble & Babu: Sun 28 August 2011, 19:30


CT Tango Ensemble, performing at the very established Jazz series, JAZZ AT THE NASSAU in Cape Town’s Nassau Center.

What are they doing?
Tangoing up the Jazz or Jazzing up the Tango?
Come and see for your self.

They are sharing this concert with a pure Jazz Quartet BabuCT Tango Ensembleand Babu’s Kesivan Naidoo shared the sound track of SA film “Visa Vie”, released in March 2011.

CT Tango Ensemble line-up:
Stanislav Angelov – Bandoneon & Accordion
Willie van Zyl – Saxophones & Clarinet
Albert Combrink – Piano
Charles Lazar – Double Bass

Music by A. Piazzolla, C. Lazar, S. Angelov and others.

Grootte Schuur High School
Palmyra Road

Ticket price R80-00
Booking: Cliff Wallis 021-761-2726 [read more…]

JAZZ at the NASSAU with CT Tango Ensemble & Babu: Sun 28 August 2011, 19:302011-08-23T18:19:52+02:00

Reviews of “Tango Club” by the CT Tango Ensemble


We've received some enthusiastic press coverage for the "Tango Club" CD. This exciting new offering has a real South African twist that sets their work apart from others and explores the boundary of jazz and other modern Latin genres. ~ Mark Hoeben, Thingstodocapetown - 19 March 2010.

Reviews of “Tango Club” by the CT Tango Ensemble2010-04-11T18:29:37+02:00

Astor Piazzolla: Cobblestone to Dance Floor


The story that Tango tells is far richer than the one restricting it to the simplistic legend of brothel entertainment. The greatest contribution to the language of contemporary Tanog is undoubtedly that of Astor Piazzolla.

Astor Piazzolla: Cobblestone to Dance Floor2010-01-29T20:03:26+02:00
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