Italian drummer and composer Tommaso Cappellato always strived to leave his mark as the founder and creator of numerous musical situations. His curiosity for different styles and continuous will for research led him to travel and explore various countries in the world to meet, learn from and collaborate with influential musical artists. During his 9-years stay in New York Tommaso took part to several musical projects playing all styles of music. A remarkable time of this period was the 2-year engagement at the Rainbow Room playing 6 nights a week with pianist Ehud Asherie and bassist Joseph Lepore. Soon after he joined Vibes Trio with vibraphonist Bill Ware and bass player Brad Jones. In 2004 Tommaso, along with Brooklyn-based mc Yah Supreme, founded the hip hop band Brohemian and recorded the album post modern garden in which he acts as both drummer and producer. In 2005 he travels to Senegal, Africa to record with Guinean percussionist and singer Salif Bangoura while in 2008 he tours Japan and Australia.