Feb 11 – Urban Jazz Festival – Hamburg (Tickets)

March 23 – Woolwich Works – London (Tickets)

March 24 – Bimhuis – Amsterdam (Tickets)

March 25 – Jazz Festival – Aberdeen (Tickets)

April 06 – Bix Jazzclub – Stuttgart (Tickets)

April 07 – Badehaus – Berlin (Tickets)

April 22 – Sharpe Festival – Bratislava (Tickets)

April 28 – Jazzahead Club Night – Bremen  (Tickets)

May 12 – Forum Jazz – Freiburg  (Tickets) 

May 13 – XJAZZ! Festival – Berlin (Tickets)

June 30 – IG – Jazzwoche- Gretchen- Berlin (Infos/free entrance)

July 14 – Jazz Festival  – Aarhus (Tickets)

July 29 – Magro x Studnitzky – Estonia (Tickets)

October 17 – PAS – Berlin

October 18 – Grow Hackney – London (Tickets)

October 20 – Werk 2 – Leipzig (Tickets)

October 26 – Zig Zag Jazz Club – Berlin (Tickets)

October 27 – Birdland – Hamburg (Tickets)

October 28 – Studnitzky x Magro – Belgrad Jazz Festival (Tickets)



With his music Berlin-based drummer and producer MAGRO creates an unusual fusion of acoustic Jazz and produced Hip-Hop/RnB. His project combines many of his musical influences such as Herbie Hancock, J Dilla and Chris Dave.

After his first album “Trippin” was released in 2021 and was recently awarded with the “German Jazz Prize” (for “Debut Album of the Year”), Magro now released his follow-up album “II” (pronounced: Two). On the album he features, among others, the up-and-coming RnB singer Leona Berlin and the New York piano virtuoso BIGYUKI.

Over the years, Magro has collaborated with numerous artists as a drummer and producer, including Wayne Snow, Kurt Rosenwinkel, The Rolling Stones Project and Stimulus. In addition, he has been a producer on many of Leona Berlin’s albums and singles – including “Wrong Lane (featuring Snoop Dogg)“, “Change” and “Leona Berlin.”

Tours and international festival appearances such as Jazzahead, Tremplin Jazz Avignon, Women in Music Festival Zambia and Havana World Music Festival have already taken him around the world.

On Magro’s new album “II” seemingly opposite worlds meet. Spacey Jazz worlds meet pumping Hip Hop beats, live recordings mix with abstract synth productions. For Magro, the album is an “emotional snapshot” of how “music with a Jazz attitude” sounds to him right now.


“(…) Exceptional musician in the young German Jazz and Hip-Hop scene. (…)” – Jazzthing

“(…) a power player with a fine sense (…)“ – DLF National Public Radio Germany

“(…) Magro is one of the most exciting drummers in town (…)” – Tip Berlin