Thursday, May 12, 2011

REDHOT & BLUE. Yale University Jazz Singers. Patricia's Paris Expats Soirees Dinner. Sun 15 May. 19h15

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Yale University A Capella Jazz Singers

For Expats Of All Origins. French. Visitors. (All Ages)

Sunday 15 May 2011

19h15 - 23h00ish

(Happy Hour. Redhot & Blue's Singing. Dinner and Dessert. More Great Socializing.)

Our Guests Of Honor


Yale University A Capella Jazz Singers

Redhot & Blue, usually shortened to Redhot, is Yale University's oldest coeducational a cappella group. Founded in 1977, the group has released eleven albums and toured around the United States and the world. Repertoire for the group is based in the jazz genre, though many of their arrangements stray from this. Redhot is a member of the Singing Group Council of Yale. The group's name is derived from the musical Red, Hot and Blue (1936), written by Yale alumnus Cole Porter, class of 1913. The group name combines Redhot into one word and uses an ampersand, unlike the show. Cole Porter's work is featured often in Redhot's repertoire, from Antoinette Birby, written when he was in college, to more popular songs like "It's De-Lovely", "I Get a Kick Out of You", "Night And Day", and "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye".

Fun and sophisticated. Also Doggie Eve's Birthday!

It's €20.00 at the door. Reservations with your telephone number (Thanks!) on or telephone 33 6 43 79 35 18. (Sundays telephone only.) If you emailed me but didn't hear back, please call.


Our friends' large and FUN private residence in the heart of the LATIN QUARTER. Metro: St Michel. Details with reservations.

GREAT FOOD! Fusion cuisine. Lot's of vegetables. Free flowing wine

MARK YOUR CALENDAR for Sun 22 May. Special Guest to be announced. Reserve on (With your telephone number. Thanks. No text messages) or 33 (0) 6 43 79 35 18.
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