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June 15, 2019
6-10 p.m.
702.229.ARTS (2787)
Historic Fifth Street School
401 S. Fourth St.

Admission: $25 (plus tax/fees)
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Taking its name from one of jazz music’s most famous and influential figures, Django Reinhardt, this annual musical celebration pays tribute to the roots, origins and established figures of jazz and features rising stars of the genre. This year’s event features Hot Club of Las Vegas, The Lost Fingers and Cyrille Aimee.

Event & Performance Times

6:00-6:45 p.m. | Hot Club of Las Vegas

Hot Club of Las Vegas is a Gypsy Jazz band that performs the music of Django Reinhardt, Bireli Lagrene, The Rosenberg Trio, and other Gypsy Jazz music past and present including, Gypsy Jazz Bolero, and Flamenco Rhumba songs. With the Hot Club of Las Vegas starting as a passion project, it has now formed into a viable music product.

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7:00-8:15 p.m. | The Lost Fingers

The Lost Fingers are a tribute to the '80s in the swinging style of 'jazz manouche' inspired by their mentor, Django Reinhardt. The trio combines great musicianship with a fabulous sense of humor on covers of hits like "Pump Up the Jam," "Billy Jean," "Tainted Love" and more. Their irresistible, throwback sound and style has crossed borders, and their album Lost in the 80s went platinum.

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8:30-9:45 p.m. | Cyrille Aimee

Fall in love with the joyful spirit and charming voice of French-born jazz singer Cyrille Aimée. Winner of the Montreux Jazz Festivals Vocal Competition & the Sarah Vaughn International Jazz Vocal Competition, Aimée delights with her fresh, creative vocal approach that honors jazz tradition while blazing in intoxicating, new directions and considered one of the freshest and most creative artists to happen to Jazz in decades.

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