Jazzaudehore Evenings

The Jazzaudehore program

 

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Jazzaudehore evenings are proposed at the price of 110 Euro* per person and include the aperitif, special Jazzaudehore menu (starter, main dish & dessert) drinks included (half bottle of wine, half a bottle of water, coffee or tea) and the concert.

Jazzaudehore getaway: extend your Jazzaudehore evening with a night in one of our room. As from 199 Euro* per person, including breakfast. >Book this package

*Except on Dec. 24th: 149 euro per person, as from 239 euro per person with overnight and breakfast

     

The concert starts after the dinner. Aperitif is served from 7.45pm and dinner at 8.30pm sharp. The music starts around 10pm.
Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made
 online, by calling +33 (0)1 3061 6464 or by sending an email to restaurant@cazaudehore.fr.

     

To receive the Jazzaudehore Evenings program by post mail (French only), click here 

 

  

OUR UPCOMING EVENINGS

 

Friday, September 30th

MATTHIEU BORÉ With Strings

Matthieu Boré (vocals, piano), Gerard McFadden (doublebass), Andrew Chamberlain (cello), Arianna Smith (alto) & Gudrun Dahlkvist (violin)

Matthieu Boré has released its latest album "Naked Songs" at the end of last year. This record offers a stripped version of great jazz and pop songs from Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Randy Newman, Billy Joel…
For this live version, Matthieu chose to be accompanied by a string quartet and Gerard McFadden, doublebass player for the Paris Opera, signs the arrangements.
The atmosphere is sweet and charming, the melodies are simple and beautiful, the strings go great with the warm voice of the most American of French crooners.

 
 

Friday, October 14th

AURORE VOILQUE SEPTET
Machins choses et autres trucs très chouettes

Aurore Voilqué (violin, vocals), Jerry Edwards (trombone), Thierry Seneau (trumpet),
Olivier Defays (tenor sax), Jean-Baptiste Gaudray (guitar), Bruno Rousselet (double bass)
and Julie Saury (drums)

After an album in tribute to Django Reinhardt with Rhoda Scott and another dedicated to French music as a quintet, Aurore Voilqué has wanted to expand her team ... Passionated by big bands and brass sections, she decided to add a section 3 "blowing" to her basic quintet.
Thanks to the exceptional arrangements by Olivier Defays and François Biensan, you will enjoy unique and very original versions of jazz standards and French songs ...
A unity of sound, atmosphere; sometimes "swing", sometimes "funky" ... Aurore has the habit of varying her sets in order to reach as many people possible, experts or not.
An evening that will be rich in color !

 
 

Friday, November 4th

SUGAR PIE & THE CANDYMEN
Public Jazz Award at Jazz Ascona

Sugarpie aka Georgia Ciavatta (lead vocals), Jacopo Delfini (gipsy guitar and harmonies), Renato Podestà (electric guitar, banjo and harmonies), Roberto Lupo (drums) and Claudio Ottaviano (double bass)

What if Queen, Aretha Franklin or Prince have lived during the era of swing?
The charming Sugarpie and her Candymen rearrange pop, rock and disco hits in a swing and gypsy jazz style of the 1930s and 1940s, restoring retro and dancing atmosphere of the New York clubs, where charleston, mambo and other boogie woogie were at their apex. 
Ray Charles stand along the Clash, Led Zeppelin along Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald along The Beatles… An elegant, spectacular, surprising, exciting and yet so familiar show.

 
 

Friday, November 18th 

JACKSON SLOAN with Drew Davies

 

Rhythm’n’blues, swing, jive … are at this evening program where it will be difficult to sit on your chair: Jackson Sloan and Drew Davies are among the most requested artists by festivals and swing dance clubs in Europe as the music they play is so catchy.
Jackson Sloan, spotted and advised by Ray Gelato, occurs in France with Drew Davies, familiar of our Jazzaudehore evenings and favorite of the Caveau de la Huchette in Paris.

 
 

Friday, December 2nd & Saturday, December 3rd

UROS PERIC Ray Charles Tribute
One of the best Ray Charles’ show in the world !

Uros "Perry" Peric (vocals, piano), Drew Davies (tenor sax), Dave Blenkhorn (guitar), Sébastien Girardot (doublebass), Guillaume Nouaux (drums)

With more than 350 concerts in tribute to Ray Charles in 17 countries, the amazing vocal mimicry and presence generated by Uros Peric on stage have Ray Charles’ daughter said: "My father would be proud if he could hear Perry ".
Accompanied by the cream of swing and blues men in France (Drew Davies on tenor sax, Dave Blenkhorn on guitar, Sebastien Girardot on bass, Guillaume Nouaux on drums), Uros will revive Georgia, Eleanor ... and all these tracks that have made the legend.
One tip: close your eyes, you will not believe your ears ...

 
 

Saturday, December 24th 

CHRISTMAS IN JAZZ with Matthieu Boré

Matthieu Boré (chant, piano), Guy Bonne (clarinette), Gerard McFadden (contrebasse) & Marty Vickers (batterie)

To accompany us on this Christmas Eve, we once again welcome the most American of french crooners, the excellent Matthieu Boré, who will play with his quartet a large panel of Christmas standards revisited with a Jazzy sauce!
This program includes a very swinging "Let It Snow", a soft and muted "White Christmas", the eternal "Over The Rainbow" ... all these successes that made the charm of the crooners from the 50s till today. 

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