His career was launched in Venice and he conducted at La Scala and the New York Metropolitan Opera before accepting the job at the Budapest National Opera (1913-1919). According to Baker's, he moved to Copenhagen in 1929 (apparently first conducting there in 1927); according to Grove's he worked at the Volksoper in Vienna from 1925 to 1933.
- Short bio in Hungarian
- Biography in Danish (some German quotes)
- Ödön Márffy: Portrait of Egisto Tango, 1917.
- "The New York Tribune, January 13, 1910, p.14, "Amusements" listings". Retrieved 2011-05-01.