While tonight’s Millennium Stage performance by trumpeter Donald Byrd is for Delaware Day, it’s doubtful anyone considers the Detroit-born and bred jazzman a Delawarean—or whatever they’re called. The First State just ain’t funky enough for Donald Byrd. A first-rate hardbopper in the ’50s and ’60s, Byrd turned his attention to fusion in the early ’70s with solid records like Electric Byrd and Ethiopian Knights before striking it rich with the unmitigated, but oft-sampled, tripe that is 1974’s soft jazz landmark Blackbyrd. In between many teaching gigs, Byrd has continuted to crank out his popular but flaccid funk over the years as well as a few average attempts at the bop that buttered his bread as a youngster. See if Delaware really does suit the former firebrand at 6 p.m. in the Kennedy Center’s Grand Foyer. Free. (202) 467-4600. If you can’t make it, listen to the cybercast of the concert at www.kennedy-center.org. (CP)