Beltango was founded in Belgrade, Serbia, 1998, by the professor, bandoneonist and composer Aleksandar Nikolic.
Quinteto Beltango present all abundance of tango repertoire. Apart from traditional tango pieces, compositions of the tango nuevo trend of Astor Piazzolla and modern tango, they also present their own Beltango compositions from "Balkango" opus.
They have been equally successful in performing on large concert podiums, symphonic halls, theater stages, classical chamber halls, tango balls, gran milongas, festivals as well as in other places where the spirit of tango revives.
Argentina, Germany, France, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Malta, Austria, Poland, Turkey, Slovenia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia and Montenegro are just some of the countries in which Beltango quinteto has performed with great success. In fact, in their 20 years of experience they have played more than 800 concerts in around 30 countries.
Quinteto Beltango is the only European tango orchestra to be invited by the Ministry of culture of Buenos Aires to perform at "World Tango Festival - Buenos Aires, 2007".
Like co-authors and musical directors, they’ve produced big tango-shows in collaboration with some of the greatest tango artists in the world like Miguel Angel Zotto y Daina Guspero, Sebastian Arce y Mariana Montes, Adrian Veredice y Alejandra Hobert, Roberto Herrera y Laura Legazcue, Gustavo Rosas y Gisela Natoli, Angel Coria y Claudia Sortino, Gaspar Godoy y Carla Mazzolini, Santiago y Erna Giachello, Damian Rosenthal y Celine Ruiz, Pablo Moyano y Roberta Beccarini, Sergio Cortazzo y Soledad Rivero, Pablo Villarazza y Dana Frigoli...
Beltango quinteto has also produced the gala-concert "Beltango Symphonico" as well as performed together with different big orchestras like CRR Istanbul Symphony Orchestra, Wuppertal Sinfonikers, Macedonia Philharmony Orchestra, Vietnamese National Symphony Orchestra, Vojvodina Symphony Orchestra, Bulgarian AGBU Chamber orchestra, St George Strings and Nis Symphony Orchestra.