Jazz Foundation benefit at Jules Bistro

Jazz Foundation of America Benefit at Jules Bistro featuring Jacky Terrasson 2/10 & 2/11. Jules Bistro, The Forgeois Group's first restaurant, has been an East Village staple for over 20 years, delighting diners nightly with French bistro cuisine and live jazz. As part of The Forgeois Group's charitable orientation and presence in the New York jazz community, Jules is joining forces with the Jazz Foundation to support elderly jazz and blues musicians all over America.

Jazz Foundation Benefit at Jules Bistro Featuring Jacky Terrasson and Friends

Monday, February 10 & Tuesday, February 11

Monday, February 10 & Tuesday, February 11
7:30pm 12:30am
Food & drink service begins at 7:30pm
Music begins at 8:30pm and lingers late into the evening

Jules Bistro
65 Saint Marks Place
(Between 1st and 2nd Avenues)
For $85 per person, guests will enjoy:
Bistro dishes from Executive Chef Pascal Condomine's chef table
Unlimited beer and wine
Performances by the exhilarating Jacky Terrasson (piano) with Justin Faulkner (drums) and Jon Michel (bass) and a jam session featuring Jules Bistro's resident musicians as well as surprise guests

To purchase tickets, please visit

All proceeds will benefit Jazz Foundation of America, which provides housing, health care, gigs and financial assistance to jazz and blues musicians in crisis.

About Jacky Terrasson
Pianist Jacky Terrasson has been a unique force in the jazz world since winning the Thelonious Monk Piano Competition in 1993. Within a year, he signed to Blue Note, toured with Betty Carter, and was named one of the 30 artists most likely to change American culture in the next 30 years by The New York Times Magazine. He has since worked with greats such as Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dianne Reeves and Ry Cooder, in addition to building a reputation for creating some of the best jazz trios around. One of the most widely traveled jazz pianists, Jacky has been dubbed the "piano player of happiness" by Telerama magazine in France and will bring those good feelings to Jules!

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