ONE NIGHT IN PARIS, is a trip to Paris on the top of the hill of Montmartre near the Moulin Rouge with an unique 20’s Gypsy Jazz & Musette Band !
This musicians from different most significant Gypsy Jazz Bands of North California as The Hot Club of San Francisco, Le Jazz Hot, Duo Gadjo will joined the band Rue Manouche and will be on the stage of the Sebastiani Theatre, at 8.00pm, Saturday April 7th, 2018, for a magical moment of music, entertaining, and poetry.
In the step of Django Reinhardt, Edith Piaf, Maurice Chevalier, Charles Trenet and many more great artists
In the step of Django
Django Reinhardt is rightly hailed as one of the greatest guitar players that ever lived, but many people praising is accomplishments as a guitarist tend to overlook his roots in Gypsy culture and the musically fertile, polygot Paris of the 1920s. Reinhardt and his companions used all these elements, along with American jazz, to create this new music, but the Gypsy heritage seems to be the most important ingredient. Once you hear it you cant forget it. It is sophisticated, yet it has a sentimental quality. It is Gypsy jazz, and the popularity of this sometimes flamboyant, sometimes melancholy guitar music is growing around the world. Aficionados everywhere are forming bands, called Hot Clubs in honor of Django Reinhardts famous Quintet of the Hot Club of France.
RUE MANOUCHE is a Gypsy Jazz & Musette combo founded in San Francisco in 2009 by the french blues singer, actor and producer Michel Saga and the guitarist Vic Wong.
Rue Manouche, play music in the style of Gypsy Jazz or Gypsy Swing made famous by Jean “Django” Reinhardt in the 1930s.
Its origins are largely in France and it is often called by the French name, “Jazz Manouche”. Django was foremost among a group of Gypsy guitarists working in and around Paris in the 1930s through the 1950s.
Many of the musicians in this style worked in Paris in various popular Musette ensembles.
One night in Paris, is an exciting trip to Paris, with fun and joy that are mixed only for your pleasure!
Joined Rue Manouche for a unique moment in Montmartre, and for a magical trip to the past with the talent of this musicians and the unique voice of the popular vocalist, Isabelle Fontaine.
100% of wine bar sales will go directly to the Sebastiani Theatre Foundation.
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See you then !!!
Ticket refunds or changes are allowed up to 5 days prior to the show.
If you are not at the theater door 10 minutes before the show, the director of the theater will take the possibility to resale your tickets.
NOTE: Door opens 30 minutes before the performance start time. Door director will check in guests up unit 10 minutes before the performance start time. *** IF YOU HAVE NOT CHECKED IN BY 10 MINUTES BEFORE SHOW TIME, YOU RISK FORFEITING YOUR TICKET AND SEAT. NO REFUND WILL BE GIVEN. *** We begin offering unclaimed seats to wait list guests exactly 10 minutes before show time.