Julie Monley Quartet

Julie Monley

September 26th 7-8pm 100 Nights of Jazz presents Julie Monley Quartet.

This series is a collaboration between Classic Pianos and La Cour.

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It will go live just before 7pm

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For Paypal: juliemonley@gmail.com
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Making jazz as accessible as possible and helping keep the Denver Jazz Scene ALIVE!

Julie Monley is originally from Denver, Colorado.

She worked nearly ten years in America notably with saxophonists George Keith and Phil Urso, pianist and composer Joe Bonner, and Peruvian guitarist Manuel Molina. In London she worked with Welsh guitarist Dylan Fowler and drummer Tony Crombie.

After moving to Paris, France in 1986, she won the best vocalist prize at the 1987 “Jazz Festival de Vienne.” In 1995, she won second prize at “Tremplin Jazz du Val d’Oise” competing with 185 groups of amateurs and professional musicians from throughout Europe.

Julie’s repertoire is original and eclectic, covering the work of Antonio Carlos Jobim, Stevie Wonder and Miles Davis.

Julie will be joined by jazz pianist Frédéric Desmoulins and bassist Andy Monley and drummer Mark Raynes.


Amelie Quartet

Amelie Quartet

When we are open there’s Jazz! December 26th  7-10pm, La Cour, French Restaurant & Jazz Club, presents Amelie Quartet.

“Amelie Quartet plays world music ranging from Parisian Jazz to Argentine Tango to Torch Ballads. Group includes Kevin Garry (guitar). Maggie Sallee (violin), Florin Alexandrescu (accordion) and Roberta Daria (vocals in multiple languages). They have appeared at many area clubs from Swallow Hill to Dazzle.”


Amelie Quartet

‘Amelie Quartet plays Nuevo Tango and Parisian Jazz.’

Players are Maggie Sallee, Florin Alexandrescu, Kevin Garry and Roberta Daria.




We believe Live Jazz should be as accessible as possible. As always there is no cover charge. 

Sunday Brunch with Tom Amend & Alex Heffron

Alicia Baker

Looking for the best Sunday brunch & Jazz in Denver? Sunday Brunch May 19th 10-2pm, La Cour, French Restaurant & Jazz Club, Tom Amend & Alex Heffron.

Alex Heffron is a young guitarist working on becoming fluent in the language of Jazz. He started from a young age working with many great jazz educators. Currently a student at the University of Colorado Boulder, he is working on developing his skills as a Jazz and Classical guitar player. This project will be presenting many of his original compositions as well as songs that have inspired him during the years he has had to hone his craft.


We believe Live Jazz should be as accessible as possible. As always there is no cover charge. 



Tea for Two

Stacey Riley

When we are open there’s Jazz! February 24th 7-10pm, La Cour, French Bistro & Jazz Club, presents  Tea for Two.  


Tea for Two is a jazz-inspired duo, featuring Stacey Riley on vocals and Brendan Bondurant on guitar. If you enjoy a vintage jazz sound with a world music twist, you’ll love their set list of swingin’ standards, sexy French music, breezy Latin jazz, and low-key pop tunes. For this special performance, they have invited saxophonist Jeff Miguel to join in fun, adding a perfect compliment to the warm ambiance they create. Come enjoy a cozy Sunday evening with Tea for Two!

Tea for Two Stacey Riley and Brendan Bondurant

Tea for Two Jeff Miguel

Tuesday and Sunday dinner special for two

We believe Live Jazz should be as accessible as possible. As always there is no cover charge.