Le Jazz Hot at Speisekammer !

Le Jazz Hot at Speisekammer !

Speisekammer (map)

Le Jazz Hot featuring Isabelle Fontaine on vocals & rhythm guitar, Pazzo on solo guitar plus special guests!

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 Le Jazz Hot TRIO Every Monday @ Mr Tipples' in SF

Le Jazz Hot TRIO Every Monday @ Mr Tipples' in SF

Mr. Tipple's Recording Studio (map)

Every Monday from 7-10pm, Mr Tipples presents le Jazz Hot Trio for dancing, dining and listening (go figure!)

www.MrTipplesSF.com

www.LeJazzHot.biz

Dancing welcomed!

No cover

Ages 18+

 Le Jazz Hot at Le Colonial

Le Jazz Hot at Le Colonial

Le Colonial (map)

Le Jazz Hot Trio will be playing every Tuesday at Le Colonial in SF from 7-10pm. (Sadly, there is no dancing allowed.)

Romantic atmosphere

No cover

All ages

 Le Jazz Hot TRIO Every Monday @ Mr Tipples' in SF

Le Jazz Hot TRIO Every Monday @ Mr Tipples' in SF

Mr. Tipple's Recording Studio (map)

Every Monday from 7-10pm, Mr Tipples presents le Jazz Hot Trio for dancing, dining and listening (go figure!)

www.MrTipplesSF.com

www.LeJazzHot.biz

Dancing welcomed!

No cover

Ages 18+

The Hot Club of San Francisco in Sunnyvale,CA - MEET ME IN PARIS

The Hot Club of San Francisco in Sunnyvale,CA - MEET ME IN PARIS

Sunnyvale Theater (map)

The acclaimed Hot Club of San Francisco and the popular French vocalist Isabelle Fontaine have created “Meet Me in Paris,” a charming concert invoking an unforgettable Parisian experience.

Love songs and driving gypsy jazz are a combination made famous during the ‘20s and ‘30s in Paris by the legendary Hot Club de France, Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. Following the First World War, the city became a gathering place for artists from around the world and The Hot Club’s unique sound of gypsy jazz reflects this inter-wartime collection of cultures. Keep time with the strum of the rhythm guitars and let the magical guitar and fiddle solos take you on a ride down the Seine and through the heart of the city. Ms. Fontaine’s mix of sweet and sultry songs adds a touch of beauty and authenticity that echoes the historic Ville-Lumière, “the city of light.”

The Hot Club of San Francisco is a group accomplished and versatile musicians celebrating the music of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli’s pioneering Hot Club de France with style and panache. The HCSF borrows the instrumentation of violin, bass and guitars from the original Hot Club while breathing new life into the music with innovative arrangements of classic tunes and original compositions by the group’s superb lead guitarist Paul Mehling. Featuring the amazing violin of twice Grammy Award winner Evan Price and a swinging rhythm section, along with French singer Isabelle Fontaine.

To hear the ensemble live, or on any of their 11 albums, is to be carried back to the 1930s and the small, smoky jazz clubs of Paris and the refined lounges of the famous Hotel Ritz. Often called gypsy jazz, the music of The Hot Club of San Francisco has entranced audiences around the globe for over 20 years. Acoustic Guitar hailed the group’s playing as “intricate, scorching and often brilliant.”

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco in Grove City, PA

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco in Grove City, PA

Recital Hall@ Pew Fine Arts Center (map)

The acclaimed Hot Club of San Francisco and the popular French vocalist Isabelle Fontaine have created Meet Me in Paris, a charming concert invoking an unforgettable Parisian experience.

Love songs and driving gypsy jazz are a combination made famous during the 20’s and 30’s in Paris by the legendary Hot Club de France, Django Reinhardt, and Stephane Grappelli. Following the First World War, the city became a gathering place for artists from around the world and The Hot Club’s unique sound of gypsy jazz reflects this inter-wartime collection of cultures. Keep time with the strum of the rhythm guitars and let the magical guitar and fiddle solos take you on a ride down the Seine and through the heart of the city. Ms. Fontaine’s mix of sweet and sultry songs adds a touch of beauty and authenticity that echoes the historic Ville-Lumière, “the city of light”.

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco plays in Farmville, VA

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco plays in Farmville, VA

Jarman Auditorium, Longwood University (map)

The acclaimed Hot Club of San Francisco and the popular French vocalist Isabelle Fontaine have created Meet Me in Paris, a charming concert invoking an unforgettable Parisian experience.

Love songs and driving gypsy jazz are a combination made famous during the 20’s and 30’s in Paris by the legendary Hot Club de France, Django Reinhardt, and Stephane Grappelli. Following the First World War, the city became a gathering place for artists from around the world and The Hot Club’s unique sound of gypsy jazz reflects this inter-wartime collection of cultures. Keep time with the strum of the rhythm guitars and let the magical guitar and fiddle solos take you on a ride down the Seine and through the heart of the city. Ms. Fontaine’s mix of sweet and sultry songs adds a touch of beauty and authenticity that echoes the historic Ville-Lumière, “the city of light”.

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco in North Bethesda, MD

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco in North Bethesda, MD

Mansion at Strathmore (map)

The acclaimed Hot Club of San Francisco and the popular French vocalist Isabelle Fontaine have created Meet Me in Paris, a charming concert invoking an unforgettable Parisian experience.

Love songs and driving gypsy jazz are a combination made famous during the 20’s and 30’s in Paris by the legendary Hot Club de France, Django Reinhardt, and Stephane Grappelli. Following the First World War, the city became a gathering place for artists from around the world and The Hot Club’s unique sound of gypsy jazz reflects this inter-wartime collection of cultures. Keep time with the strum of the rhythm guitars and let the magical guitar and fiddle solos take you on a ride down the Seine and through the heart of the city. Ms. Fontaine’s mix of sweet and sultry songs adds a touch of beauty and authenticity that echoes the historic Ville-Lumière, “the city of light”.

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco in Newport News, VA

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco in Newport News, VA

Ferguson Center for the Arts (map)

The Quintet presents our best show: "Postcards From Gypsyland" a sampling of our favorite gypsy-jazz-and-beyond compositions, songs and more. Find out what makes the HCSF the longest-running gypsy jazz ensemble in the US!

The Hot Club of San Francisco in Hays, KS -Cinema Vivant!

The Hot Club of San Francisco in Hays, KS -Cinema Vivant!

Schmidt Performing Arts Center (map)

The great gypsy jazz ensemble presents "Cinema Vivant," an evening of vintage silent films accompanied by live gypsy swing music.

"Cinema Vivant" is a celebration of the imagination and innovation of pioneering filmmakers Ladislaw Starewicz and Charley Bowers. Before World War I, European filmmaker Ladislaw Starewicz pioneered stop-action animation, creating a never-before-seen movie experience. Two Starewicz films are featured in "Cinema Vivant": The Cameraman's Revenge, a charming film about the marital troubles of beetles; and The Mascot, an adventure story about lost toys. American filmmaker Charley Bowers revolutionized the industry in the 1920s by combining animation with live action. There It Is, a recently discovered comedy by Bowers about a mysterious occurrence investigated by Scotland yard, is also featured in Cinema Vivant.

The Hot Club of San Francisco is an ensemble of accomplished and versatile musicians celebrating the music of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli’s pioneering Hot Club de France. Comprised of lead guitarist Paul Mehling, violinist Evan Price, bass player Sam Rocha and rhythm guitarists Isabelle Fontaine and Jordan Samuels, the HCSF borrows the instrumentation from the original Hot Club while modernizing this historic music with innovative arrangements of classic tunes and original compositions. The ensemble’s live shows and 13 albums transport audiences back to the 1930s and the small, smoky jazz clubs of Paris and the refined lounges of the famous Hotel Ritz. The HCSF has frequently toured nationally and internationally with appearances at prestigious venues from Lincoln Center to the Monterey Jazz Festival. Often called gypsy jazz, the music of The Hot Club of San Francisco has entertained audiences around the globe for over 20 years.

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco in Newberry, SC

Newberry Opera House (map)

The Quintet presents our SILENT FILM show- Cinema Vivant !

Imagine yourself in the idyllic French countryside in the 1930s. Sometime before dark, a gypsy caravan sets up camp in a field outside of town, luring the locals out for an evening’s fun. The wanderers travel with a film projector, pointing it at the side of a barn. As the images flicker to life beneath the stars, gypsy musicians play their guitars and fiddles, matching every movement on the screen with characteristic virtuosity, passion and humor. Reviving this lost entertainment, The Hot Club of San Francisco presents Cinema Vivant, an evening of vintage silent films accompanied by live gypsy swing. The Hot Club of San Francisco was the first American band invited to play the Festival de Jazz Django Reinhardt in Samois-Sur-Seine, ground zero for the Django revival. The current edition of the HCSF has been together for five years, anchored by Paul "Pazzo" Mehling and the improvisational brilliance of violinist Evan Price. 

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco in Statesboro, GA

Quintet of the Hot Club of San Francisco in Statesboro, GA

Emma Kelly Theater (map)

he acclaimed Hot Club of San Francisco and the popular French vocalist Isabelle Fontaine have created Meet Me in Paris, a charming concert invoking an unforgettable Parisian experience.

Love songs and driving gypsy jazz are a combination made famous during the 20’s and 30’s in Paris by the legendary Hot Club de France, Django Reinhardt, and Stephane Grappelli. Following the First World War, the city became a gathering place for artists from around the world and The Hot Club’s unique sound of gypsy jazz reflects this inter-wartime collection of cultures. Keep time with the strum of the rhythm guitars and let the magical guitar and fiddle solos take you on a ride down the Seine and through the heart of the city. Ms. Fontaine’s mix of sweet and sultry songs adds a touch of beauty and authenticity that echoes the historic Ville-Lumière, “the city of light”.