Richard Galliano

New York Tango Trio

Led by the accordionist Richard Galliano, the New York Tango Trio pays vibrant homage to the composer Astor Piazzolla. Traversing the traditions of jazz, tango and new musette, this is a musical encounter in the grand style.

Travel companion of some of the greatest singers, a monument of French jazz, the accordionist Richard Galliano is also the inventor of new musette, a creation that he owes to a meeting with Astor Piazzolla in 1980. In an album released in 2022, accompanied by Adrien Moignard on the guitar and Diego Imbert on bass, Richard Galliano revisits the works of Piazzolla and juxtaposes them with his own compositions. The result is a dialogue that is always amicable, in which we sense the common identity of jazz, tango and musette: ties with dance, strong melodies and sophisticated rhythms and harmonies. As with jazz, the approach often takes off beyond the written page but remains ever true to the intention. 

+ After the concert, there will be a signing session on the stand Oh! Des disques! .


New York Tango Trio

Accordion Richard Galliano
Guitar Adrien Moignard
Double bass Diego Imbert


Compositions by Astor Piazzolla and Richard Galliano


Compositions d’Astor Piazzolla et de Richard Galliano

Les Forains - Henri Sauguet
Vuelvo al Sur - Astor Piazzolla
New York Tango - Richard Galliano 
Spleen - Richard Galliano 
Fou rire - Richard Galliano 
Gnossienne #1 - Erik Satie and Chat Pitre - Richard Galliano 
Bebé - Hermeto Pascoal
Chiquilin de Bachin - Astor Piazzolla
Waltz for Nicky - Richard Galliano 
Les feuilles mortes - Joseph Kosma
Blue Rondo à la Turk - Dave Brubeck
Oblivion - Astor Piazzolla 
Aria - Richard Galliano 
Tango pour Claude - Richard Galliano 
Toulouse - Claude Nougaro
Il Piccolo Circo - Richard Galliano 
La javanaise - Serge Gainsbourg

This programme is subject to change.

Prices and seating plan
from 5.5€ to 35€ (tarif C)
More details
1h30 sans entracte
Artists biographies

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