2018 EDITION OF THE JEUDIS JAZZ AT THE RESTAURANT DU PALAIS ROYAL
Building on the success of previous editions, the Restaurant du Palais Royal (one Michelin star) is hosting its Jeudis Jazz for the third consecutive year:
Gypsy jazz concerts that will punctuate a dinner orchestrated by Chef Philip Chronopoulos.
Far from the Parisian agitation, the terrace of the Restaurant du Palais Royal is offering an ideal framework to escape for a diner or a sunny lunch.
Every Thursdays of June, these concerts take place on the terrace of the restaurant, in the setting of the Jardin du Palais Royal, at the artistic and cultural heart of Paris.
Once again, the Palais Royal Restaurant has called on the collective Octave et Anatole for this new edition of its Jazz Thursdays. As always, the aim is to put the spotlight on Gypsy jazz,
a particular branch of jazz with swing rhythms.Led by Pierre Richeux, this group of talented musicians attaches particular importance to revealing their world to new audiences
and know how to play on the anachronism that characterises them,as timeless young people who don’t hesitate to update the hits of yesteryear.
Their goal is to modernize the Gypsy style, while making it accessible to a broader audience.
This year promises to be full of surprises with prestigious guests including Pianist, Saxophonist, Violinist, Trumpet player and Double bassist-Singer.
Thursday 7th of June
RARES MAURARESCU, Violon
Thursday 14th of June
JEAN-BAPTISTE FRANC, Pianist
Thursday 21th of June
ESAÏE CID, Saxophone
Thursday 28th of June
NOÉ CODJIA, Trumpetist
Thursday 5th of July
MANO RAZANAJATO, Bassist – Vocals
The egg of my childhood
Marinated veal with lemon and cumin,
King Crab raviolis, summer broth and verbena
Candied John Dory in olive olive,
chanterelles and broccoli, herb almond milk
Roasted Bresse poultry, caramelized green beans and red miso sauce
Raspberries infused in hibiscus syrup,
vanilla yogurt ice cream
Gavotte biscuit with strawberries and rhubarb,
Sicilian pistachio ice cream
Restaurant du Palais Royal
110 Galerie de Valois
(through the Palais Royal gardens)
41, rue de Valois
(valet parking, taxi)