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JAZZMI torna a Milano per raccontare l’universo del jazz

· 20:00 - 21:30

ROBERTO GATTO PROGRESSIVAMENTE

Triennale Milano Teatro

Viale Emilio Alemagna, 6, 20121 Milano MI, Italia

Roberto Gatto Progressivamente

The Progressivamente project was a dream in the drawer of Roberto Gatto, drummer grown up listening to Jazz but, at the same time, passionate about Progressive music, of which he was able to hear live almost all the best representative bands: Soft Machine, Nucleus, Matching Mole, Emerson Lake & Palmer, King Crimson, Jethro Tull, Yes.

A long and well-reasoned work that of Roberto Gatto and his companions, artists who lived that musical moment in those years alongside younger musicians who have a different point of view and a different interpretation. They are ready to take the field with a new vision of progressive: the audience will be able to listen to the songs symbol of a musical era, contaminated and redefined for the occasion, but also original songs and moments of improvisation.

The result is the actualization in a contemporary form of a fascinating and complex musical heritage rich in sparks and multiple nuances, through the different personalities of the musicians involved. The dream comes true.

Roberto Gatto | Drums, Marcello Allulli | Saxophone and live electronics, Alessandro Presti | TrumpetAlessandro Gwis |  Piano and keyboards, Andrea Molinari | Guitar, Pierpaolo Ranieri | Electric bass and electronics, John De Leo | voice

TICKETS:

25 euros + advance sale fee

Vivaticket

JAZZMI – SECURITY AND GUARANTEES

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.