Tcha Limberger is a Belgian guitarist, violinist, vocalist, and musical and linguistic polyglot.

Born into a renowned Belgian family of Manouche musicians, Tcha Limberger grew up immersed in the style of Django Reinhardt. Over the years, he has collaborated with many of its leading exponents, including the celebrated Fapy Lafertin. His eclectic musical tastes, interests and passions were formed from early childhood with his first solo concerts singing flamenco while accompanying himself on guitar. He has an ongoing fascination with and love for traditional music from all over the world. For many years, he was leader of a band of Belgian musicians playing music from Aimara and the Quechua Indians of Bolivia. From the age of thirteen, he studied modern classical composition with the Belgian composer Dick Vanderharst; and he made his debut as composer with a dance piece by Les ballets C de la B called ‘Patchagonia’, directed by Lisi Estaras. Two current projects include a free improvisation guitar duo with classical guitarist Herman Schamp and the much celebrated all-string swing band Les Violons de Bruxelles. Tcha studied the music of Kalotaszeg with his mentor, the legendary ‘Neti’ Sandor, and the Magyar Nota style of Budapest with celebrated primas Bela Horvath. Both have contributed to his recognition as an exceptional and enthusiastic teacher who frequently holds masterclasses and leads interactive workshops encompassing both jazz and Central European folk music.