Visit Patricia's website - http://www.parissoirees.com
Looking For Ongoing Soiree Locations.
THANK YOU FOR FORWARDING TO FRIENDS!
WE'RE HAVING SOIREES ALL SUMMER!
FOR EXPATS OF ALL ORIGINS. FRENCH. VISITORS (ALL AGES).
PARIS IS HOT! FRENCH CHANSON. MICHELE'S OWN CREATIONS ET PLUS.
Note: Michéle will be accompanied by Patrick Pernet on the organ. Patrick is a very well-known arranger, conducts singing workshops and is in many shows
For Expats Of All Origins. French. Visitors (All Ages).
Sunday 29 July 2012
19h00 - 22h30ish
Happy Hour. Michéle And Patrick's Performance. Dinner and Dessert. More Great Socializing.
Our Guest Of Honor:
Musician. Composeur. Arranger.
Paris, French Chanson (Some Songs Inspired By Josephine Baker). Michéle's own special creations. Michèle is also an award winning author
Please visit www.michele-barbier.com
See Michèle's video on www.mefeedia.com/33142684
Address: A COOL, exotic venue with great food in the heart of the Latin Quarter!
It's €24.00 (EXACT CHANGE) for a fun gourmet dinner at our favorite, upbeat restaurant in the Latin Quarter, m° Cluny La - Sorbonne. Ffree-flowing wine. We'll confirm the address with the reservation.
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Cool Jazz Venue In The Marais - A Breath Of Fresh Air. Thank You Patricia Myers
La Cav du 38 Riv (www.38riv.com, 01.48.87.56.30) is a relative newcomer to the vibrant Paris jazz scene, opened in 2007 by Vincent Charbonnier, a jazz fan and bassist for 20 years. This sub-sub-subterranean club (3 flights down) is in the heart of the Marais at 38 rue Rivoli (M: Hotel de Ville or St. Paul). Jam sessions start at 8:30 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays ( free entry); concerts are scheduled on Tuesdays and Fridays (occasional variations to this schedule, closed in August, reopening Sept. 1). The jams, led by French jazz pianist Julien Cloriatt, are popular with young musicians, who last Monday demonstrated high-level creativity and proficiency. One set featured a Japanese pianist, Serbian bassist and three French saxophonists and drummer.. The cave has air-conditioning with in rows of folding chairs, on couchs in a small side room, and an ajacent bar area with high stools and closed-circuit flat-screen TV of the action; the menu offers
wine, beer, liquor and sandwiches. -- by Patricia Myers (www.allaboutjazz.com)
Patricia Myers Was last Sunday's Speaker, "Jazz Goes To The Movies," And Generouly Contributed This Review.
(Almost 100 Years After The Harlem Hellfighter's Band Brought Jazz To Paris And About 70 Years After The Death Of Django Reinhardt, Jazz Is Still Going Strong In Paris , Especially With Young Musicians.)