Swing du Jour Performs the irrepressible music of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli on Tuesday, April 21 from 7 to 9:30 pm.
Safe Social Distancing Seating With Very Limited Ticket Availability. Tickets Are Sold By The Table ONLY. Tables seating 2 – 4 guests, with tables for 6 -8 available upon request. See The Attached Seating Chart. Five Indoor Tables With Open French Doors Facing The Performance And Eight Outdoor Tables Are Available. Rain date will be announced for a Sunday in October.
Admission is $15.00 per person, must be purchased as a table for safety. Table Of Two = $30., Four = $60., Six = $90., and Eight = $120.
Purchase tickets here.
Fronted by Bethel violin star Howie Bujese, Swing du Jour plays the irrepressible music of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. Norman Plankey and Luke Hendon on guitar and Erik Van Laer on stand-up bass provide “la pompe” (“the pump”) — that essential rhythmic pulse that never fails to get toes tapping. Also known as “jazz manouche,” this joyful music has its roots in 1920s French Gypsy (Romani) traditions. Howie describes it as “the supreme of oral traditions.” With an ever-expanding repertoire of interesting lesser-known Gypsy tunes interspersed with more familiar melodies like “Nuage” and “Minor Swing,” this group will leave you breathless! Taken from Bethel Patch in 2014
Howie Bujese: A native of Bergen County, New Jersey, Howie