JAZZMI torna a Milano per raccontare l’universo del jazz

· 23:00 - 00:30


Triennale Milano Teatro

Viale Emilio Alemagna, 6, 20121 Milano MI, Italia

Don Karate

Don Karate is a kind of (un)expected deviation: it is the less-and-less-solo project of Stefano Tamborrino, one of the most requested and appreciated jazz drummers, not only in Italy. Allergic to labels and limitations of any kind, for the second time after the first official work I Dance To The Silence, with Don Karate he takes his technical and compositional baggage accumulated in years of concerts and collaborations around the world and he mixes it with hip-hop, cinematic melodies, superimposing them to broken grooves, grafting them with electronics, creating completely new, warm, unexpected and unpredictable sound solutions. Hard to label, just like he wanted.

A year after the debut, Don Karate is back onstage releasing the second, homonymous, LP for the Original Cultures label. The new album is the testimony of a journey into a musical universe composed of electronic nebulae, hip hop grooves and melodies torn to listen that touch classical and contemporary music without disdaining pop music.

Along with Tamborrino, to make real what for many other musicians is not even theorizable, there will also be Simone Graziano and Francesco Ponticelli, two huge personalities of the European jazz scene.

Stefano Tamborrino| Drums and electroncis, Simone Graziano | Rohdes piano, Francesco Ponticelli | Electric bass and synth

15 euros + advance sale fee


We think that live music is an indispensable emotion for our culture and for our growth and that is why we have not renounced to return to theaters, clubs and streets. We don’t underestimate the pandemic that is taking place and we have taken all possible precautions in accordance with the rules and recommendations in force. We will therefore invite you to help us maintain the distances and please, always wear your mask! We will remain distant but together.

For paid concerts, cancellations due to the current crisis will be reimbursed.