Malika Ayane is the first guest of Ho sbagliato tante volte, the project that tells stories of mistakes and changes of artists of the contemporary music scene. On November 24th at 9pm, within the framework of Milan Music Week, Montserrat Fernandez Blanco – co-founder of the now famous FuckUp Nights – meets Malika Ayane at Volvo Studio Milano together with a special guest: Emma Nolde.
Volvo, like BASE, has always believed in the power of small things. It is not only the history of the two brands that is oriented towards this approach, but also their cultural programming. The Volvo Studio Milano, in the center of the Porta Nuova district, is a unique place, a small urban aquarium that gives the public great emotions and conveys universal messages.
Diagonal tells the stories that no one talks about, designing content that generates new narratives. Start uncomfortable conversations about the topics that embarrass and scare us the most, but that we can’t stop thinking about. Work with companies and institutions that believe in the importance of sharing stories that are taboo. He organizes his Fuckup Nights at BASE Milano, an innovative format that focuses on failure, reversing its point of view and describing it as a push for change.
Ho sbagliato tante volte is a project by Volvo Car Italia and BASE Milano in collaboration with Diagonal.
Photo credits: Gabriele Di Martino