Jazzaudehore Evenings

The Jazzaudehore program



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.


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Friday, April 21st


Fred Nardin (piano), Jon Boutellier (tenor sax), Patrick Maradan (doublebass) and Romain Sarron (drums)

"The amazing little band" - France Musique
Pianist Fred Nardin and saxophonist Jon Boutellier, founders of the now prestigious Amazing Keystone Big Band, form a quartet with brilliant compositions and infectious enthusiasm.
The new generation of jazz “made in France”, five-star version, with the repertoire of their new album "Watt's" which features the great Cécile McLorin Salvant.


Sunday, April 30th


Pablo Campos (piano, vocals), Jérôme Etcheberry (trumpet), Nicolas Montier (tenor sax), Sebastien Girardot (doublebass) and Germain Cornet (drums)

With this group, Pablo Campos realises a dream: to sing, in a instrumental frame of five musicians, the repertoire of his favourite singers, from Nat King Cole to Frank Sinatra through Mel Tormé.
Inspired by the collaborations of singer Joe Williams with trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison, two pillars of Count Basie's orchestra, the quintet is designed as a "pocket sized big band" and its arrangements are thought to be reductions from those of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Quincy Jones, Marty Paich and Neal Hefti.
A magnificent tribute to Jazz, on this day dedicated to it.


Friday, May 12th


Julie Saury (drums), Philippe Milanta (piano), Bruno Rousselet (doublebass), Aurelie Tropez (clarinet), Frederic Couderc (saxophone) et Jerome Etcheberry (trumpet)

Julie Saury, jazz drummer for more than 20 years, has chosen to pay tribute to her father, Maxim Saury, a clarinettist, conductor and arranger who loves jazz, which was one of the symbols of the revival of New Orleans jazz in Saint-Germain-des-Prés in the 1950s and 1960s.
Directly inspired by his musical heritage, this personal project borrows from her father's repertoire by interpreting it in her own way. She is currently working on an album she dedicates: "For Maxim, a jazz love story"
The musicians around her all have the same language, the same musical culture and above all the same passion for this Jazz music.

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