"Tango is the music of Buenos Aires, the music of the great masters such as Carlos Gardel, Astor Piazzolla or Horacio Salgán. But tango is also what we live today and what affects us, other countries, cultures and musicians, the freedom of interpretation.
Tango is my language, here I am at home and interpret it like I feel it.”

Woiz has collaborated with legends of the Tango world, including Juan José Mosalini, Julia Zenko, Alfredo Marcucci, Quique Sinesi, Alberto Podestá, and Osvaldo Montes.
He played the piano in "Sexteto de Gabriel Merlino", in "Tango Pasión show” (Europe-Tour 2009, 2015) and together with the „Sexteto de Luis Stazo“.
Pablo Woiz has completed piano studies at the "Conservatorio Juan José Castro" in Buenos Aires in Argentina and continued with Aldo Antognazzi and Gabriel Senanes. But his actual school is the permanent exploration of the music itself. Tango in its traditional form, tango of Astor Piazzolla, tango in the development and fusion with other musical influences like Zamba or Chacarera. Every concert makes him rethink his musical language, questioning the interpretation, and delve deeper into the understanding of it.
Since 2007 Pablo Woiz, born in Argentina, lives and works in Berlin.

Pablo Woiz does not play tango, but he lives it at every moment of his interpretation, as a solo pianist, in duo with the guitarist Federico Díaz, with the bandoneonist Omar Massa, the trio Milonga Roots or in collaboration with symphony orchestras.

References (excerpt):
Concert at Graduate Center of “City of New York University”, 2017 (NYC, USA)
Festival "Música en Segura" 2016 - (Andalucía, Spain)
Fourvière Festival 2008 - 2016 (Lyon, France)
Tangopostale 2015, Toulouse (France)
Teatro Solis de Montevideo (Uruguay, 2014)
Teatro ND-Ateneo, Buenos Aires (Argentina 2014)
Palazzo Liberty, Milano (Italy)
Casino de Paris, (France, 2010)
Berlin Tango Festival 2010, Volksbühne Berlin 
Live presentation NDR, Norddeutscher Rundfunk 2009
Berliner Philharmonie, Kammermusiksaal - 2007-2008-2009
Théâtre des Champs-Élysées (Paris, France 2009)
Admiralspalast, Berlin Tango Festival 2008
Mosaiques World Music Festival 2006 (London, England)
1° Baltic Tango Festival 2006, Philharmonic Hall (Vilnius, Lituania)
Fringe Festival 2005 (Dublin, Ireland)
Royal Albert Hall, Ignite Season 2005-2006 (London, England)
World Cultures Festival 2004 (Dun Laoghire, Ireland)
Astor-Atahualpa, Teatro San Martín 2002 (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Buenos Aires International Tango Festival 2002 (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Teatro Colón, Salón Dorado (Buenos Aires, Argentina 2002)