Camillocromo are proud to present theirs internationally-acclaimed shows:


Camillocromo Beat Band is a new Electro­Swing and Vintage Beat project that includes Camillocromo, a funambulatory Circus Band, Ghiaccioli e Branzini, a DJ and Producer that is one of the best in the Italian Nu Jazz scene, and Piero Gesuè, a very talented and energetic Jazz Singer and Scatman. The Old Style sounds of the band (Swing, New Orleans, Latin) and the breath­taking quality of the voice blend with the electronic grooves and atmospheres, producing an explosive mix that is also powerful and elegant.

Camillocromo: delirious and eccentric Swing Circus Orchestra that has been present for years in Europe’s main festivals with diverse projects where music, theater, the circus and sheer fantasy meet in a land of pure creativity without clearly defined borders.

Ghiaccioli e Branzini: a Dj and Producer from Torino who lives in Florence. His approach is marked by an eclectic mix of Jazz, Funk and Vintage Beats hyped­up with electronic rhythms and Sequencer Music.

Piero Gesuè: is originally from Salento, but has been living in Tuscany for years. He has sang as a soloist with the Jazz­Gospel Jubilee Shouters in various important festivals and has taken part in national TV programmes (both Rai and Mediaset) with the Jazz orchestra of the CAM, conducted by Alessandro Di Puccio, with the Copa-cabana Romantic Sound octet, as well as with Franco Santamecchi’s (Jovanotti’s pianist). In the summer of 2011 he won a recognition as the best Big Band Jazz singer at the Casa del Jazz in Rome.

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Music for Charlatans, Dancers and Tabarin

Musica per Ciarlatani, Ballerine & Tabarin

A crazy splinter group or clever fools?

Musicians or Charlatans? These dilemmas are still puzzling reviewers all over the world. The enticing and infectious phenomenon called Camillocromo is now spreading everywhere, but the secret of its success still remains hidden and well kept. Avoiding definitions and labels, “Music for Dancers, Charlatans and Tabarin” continues its merry-go-round among the theaters and squares in Italy, even crossing into the more exotic parts of Europe, rewarding the audience with great laughs and unforgettable evenings.

An orchestra of five tuxedo wearing musicians will carry you away into an old time musical atmosphere, with circus overtones and Fellini-like colors, presenting a concert-show full of surprises and of sensational turns.

Swing, tango, valzer, Balkan sounds, all meet within the original composition created by the Camillocromo bizarre minds. The foot beats, one would like to dance….but , no chance! The six characters captivate the audience, carrying everybody away into an imaginary Tabarin, with daringly wild attractions and a comical-oniric delirium, like in a vaudeville of old.

Then another dilemma arises: is it Music or Theater? The answer is unpredictable, imagining is not sufficient… you should have the pleasure of finding out!

Francesco Masi trumpet, Jacopo Rugiadi clarinet, Rodolfo Sarli trombone, Gabriele Stoppa drums, Giordano Geroni susaphone

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