Blue Bird Jazz Club, jazz party at the American Center for Art and Culture

Published by Laurent P. · Published on 12 February 2020 at 15h48
Jazz enthusiasts, save the date! The American Center for Art and Culture invites you to enjoy, on February 22, 2020, the Blue Bird Jazz Club, a musical night untouched by time. For the night and as part of the Black History Month, you’re given free access to the temporary bar set up on the occasion.

For a jazzy and colorful moment, let’s head to The American Center for Art and Culture offering on February 22, 2020 as part of the Black History Month a Blue Bird Jazz Club night. From 7:30 p.m., good music lovers will enjoy a unique show with a repertoire highlighting “the great tradition of black music, from hard-bop to blues and funk”.

A show giving you “a new light on the original soundtrack of the 20th century” with five “virtuosos at the peak of their art”. Are then schedules – to enchant you all night around – French-Cameroun saxophonist and coming from the French jazz scene Jean-Jacques Elangué and his international quintet including trumpetist and singer Ronald Baker, guitarist Josiah Woodson, bassist and bass player Darryl Hall and drummer Denis Tchangou. In other words, a way to find out more about jazz and its contemporary history.

Please also note that the temporary bar especially set up on the occasion, the Blue Bird is open for free, but careful though: it doesn’t give you access to the concert hall. Yet, you can still enjoy the musical atmosphere… How about enjoying a jazz night, friends?

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
On 22 February 2020
Starts at 7:30 p.m.



    34 Avenue de New York
    75116 Paris 16

    accès au bar: Free
    Lounge, vue de la scène restreinte: €6.5
    Catégorie 1, salle principale: €10

    Official website


    More informations
    Début du concert à 19h30

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