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

* excluding 24/12: see below


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, September 25


Christian MORIN (clarinet), Patricia LEBEUGLE (double bass),
Michel DENIS (drums) & Patrice AUTHIER (piano)

Radio, television and theater personality, Christian MORIN is also an excellent clarinetist who received the Sidney Bechet award from the Academy of Jazz.
It is our pleasure to have him back in Saint-Germain to offer us a music ride from the Duke to Gershwin, from Fats to Django, from the 40’s US jazz to bossa nova.
Between songs, to catch our breath, Christian Morin, with his quiet humor, speaks, says, has fun and amuses us : he talks about everything and nothing, ... but mostly about music !


Friday, October 9


Paddy SHERLOCK (trombone, vocals), Drew DAVIES (saxophone tenor, vocals),
Jean-Marc LABBE (saxophone baritone), César PASTRE (piano),
Stephen HARRISON (double bass) & Kevin L'HERMITE (drums)

Charismatic leader of a festive swing band, Irish singer and trombonist Paddy Sherlock joins tonight the no-less talented Drew Davies, Welsh singer and saxophonist, for an exceptional tribute to Louis Jordan.
Prewar musician, he is at the origin of many "hits" mixing blues, jazz and boogie-woogie, including Caldonia and Is you is or is you ain’t my baby?.
His great popularity from 1930 to 1950 has even honored him the nickname of "King of the Jukebox". A restless evening !


Friday, November 13 

« Complicité »

Angelo DEBARRE (guitar), Marius APOSTOL (violin), Tchavolo HASSAN (guitar),
Antonio LICUSATI (double bass) & Raangy DEBARRE (guitar)

Undoubtedly belonging to the family of Django Reinhardt heirs, Angelo Debarre has diversified his playing by mixing gypsy tradition with modern phrasing and an open mind.
He is now recognized as one of the most talented guitarists of Jazz Manouche.
With his Gipsy Unity band, he offers us an evening of tradition and modernity, alternating covers of Django Reinhardt and the presentation of his latest album "Complicity", composed with violinist Marius Apostol.


Thursday, November 26 - NEW DATE -

Friday, November 27 - FULL -


Rhoda SCOTT (Hammond organ), Julie SAURY (drums) & Nicolas PESLIER (guitar)

Currently regarded as the world's largest jazz organist, this ambassador of the Hammond organ enthusiasms a wide audience around the world for forty years.
Nicknamed "The Barefoot Lady", she has played with the biggest: Ray Charles, George Benson, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, ... to count just a few.
Rhoda has a complete talent that makes her as comfortable in classical music as in jazz, gospel or blues. She never prepares a specific program for her concerts as she prefers to play according to her inspiration of the moment … and above all according to the public reaction.


Friday, December 11 


Pierre-Yves PLAT (piano, mélodica and vocals), Didier MARTY (saxophone, ukulele and vocals),
Franck MOSSLER (washboard, drums and vocals)
& Frédéric BONNEAU (double bass, banjo and vocals)

His specialty is to adapt "classic" works in Jazz. His dexterity and amazing swing certainly make him one of the most gifted pianists of his generation.
Pierre-Yves Plat and Les Amuses Gueules offers a sparkling musical, served by a swing that it is not only a kind of music but a state of mind.
From Rachmaninov to Piaf through New Orleans, your soles should live a bad time, unlike your zygomatic which should ask for more!


Thursday, December  24

"Merry Christmas in Jazz" with


Pablo CAMPOS (piano), Jean DUVERDIER (drums) & Patrick QUILLART (double bass)

Young pianist and singer of 24 y.o., Pablo Campos was revealed by playing the opening act of artists like Richard Galliano or China Moses.
With his trio, as Matthieu Boré did last year, Pablo Campos and his beautiful crooner voice as the one of Nat King Cole, will enliven our Christmas party with some tracks from his classic jazz repertoire, but mostly traditional Christmas Carols "made in USA" in a Jazzy way !


Christmas in Jazz rates :

"Merry Christmas in Jazz" evening
(Aperitif, Christmas Menu drinks included and Concert): 149 euro

"Merry Christmas in Jazz" Getaway including the "Merry Christmas in Jazz" evening,
overnight in a double room and buffet breakfast : as from 239 euro per person



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