After several years of taking part in common projects with different orchestras and tango productions, Jungman & Sancho joined forces in 2010 to revive the old Bandoneon & Guitar tradition which has been revered for over a century in their homeland Argentina. Since then, they have been playing concerts regularly in several European countries (Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, France, Italy and Austria, among others). In 2012 they released their first album Tango Bohemio.
Within his broad activity in traditional tango, his participation as bandoneonist in Maestro Roberto Alvarez' Color Tango Orchestra for more than five years and in Carlos Lazari's Los Solistas de D'Arienzo stand out. Since 1993 he has been arranger, composer and bandoneon player of La Camorra Quintet.
He moved to Zürich in 2009 and there he started his own project, the Luciano Jungman Quintet, and later on the Jungman & Sancho Tango Duo
His orchestral work includes performances as a guest soloist with the Orquesta de Cámara de La Plata and the Orquesta de Cámara de la Biblioteca del Congreso Nacional in Argentina.
Additionally, he has arranged and played Astor Piazzolla’s La Serie del Angel with the Berner Symphonieorchester, the Camerata Bern, the Symphonisches Orchester Zürich, and the Stella Maris Orchestra in Switzerland, to name a few.
He created the first bandoneon multimedia learning method, Don Benito Bandoneon Method.
In 2021 he released his solo CD Handwritten Letters and nowadays is working on a forthcoming CD with Astor Piazzolla’s works and a new Opera-Tango.