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Starting from October 1990, Vinicio Capossela set up a couple of dates to present his first album. Documents haven’t survived well the passing of time, but we were able to track dates from the press review back then:

12th October / Stuffone di Ravenna (RA) / Il Faro

15th November / Turin / Bells and Flowers

4th December / ??? / Café Blue

15th December / Moncalieri (TO) / Yokese

Round One Thirty Five

In October 2020 Capossela celebrated thirty years since the release of «All'una e trentacinque circa»: for the occasion a special concert was planned at Milan's Blue Note with Antonio Marangolo (sax), Enrico Lazzarini (doublebass) and Giancarlo Bianchetti (drums and guitar). The concert was supposed to be called «Round one thirty five». However, the worse of the Covid-19 pandemic forced the cancelation of the show. It has been rescheduled one year after, in October 2021, with a few other concerts between 2021 and 2022:


28th and 29th October / Milan / Blue Note

21st November / Sacile (PN) / Teatro Zancanaro

12th December / Cesenatico (FC) / Teatro Comunale


8th April / Ferrara / Teatro Comunale

10th April / Trieste / Teatro Rossetti

11th April / Bologna / Teatro Duse


1st June / Modena / Teatro Comunale Pavarotti-Freni

24st June / Vicenza / Teatro Olimpico (with Mirco Mariani on drums)

25st June / San Benedetto del Tronto (AP) / PalaRiviera

26st June / Rome / Casa del Jazz


21st July / Florence / Piazza Santissima Annunziata

22nd July / Monforte d'Alba (CN) / Monfortinjazz


2nd September / Ruvo di Puglia (BA)

14th September / Barcelona (ES) / La Mercé


6th December / London (UK) / O2 Bush Empire

9th December / Bruxelles (Belgium) / Espace Lumen

10th December / Den Haag / Paard

12th December / Berlin (DE) / Columbia Theater

13th December / Paris (FR) / Alhambra

15th December / Lisbon (PT) / Capitolio

29th December / Orvieto (TR) / Umbria Jazz


During these concerts, Zeno De Rossi played drums.