La Note Bleue to welcome jazz star Behia for first-ever Monaco concert

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French singer Behia is coming to Monaco for one night only on 20th March for a high-octane performance of songs from her latest album at La Note Bleue.  

Author, composer and, above all, performer, Behia is a product of the jazz scene of the 1960s. Born in Paris, jazz clubs were part of the night-time landscape, one she was encouraged to be a part of by her jazz-loving father, who introduced her at an early age to the great vocalists of the 1930s and 1940s.  

What started as a mere love of music would blossom into a career and take Behia around the country, as well as around the world.  

Locally, the high-energy artist has played numerous festivals and shows in the south of France, such as Les Estivales du Conseil Départemental des Alpes-Maritimes, the Saint-Raphaël Jazz Festival, Jazz au Château in Cagnes-sur-Mer, Jazz Art Lympia in Nice and the Roquebrune Cap-Martin Festival, but never before has she sung in the Principality.  

That will change on 20th March, when Behia and a Franco-Italian quartet made up of Guido Bombardieri, JB Bolazzi, Sandro Massazza and André Bolazzi hit the stage at La Note Bleue in Monaco’s lively Larvotto neighbourhood.  

Behia will be belting out tunes from her latest album, a Cole Porter tribute called Night and Day with Cole Porter, which is being released by Black and Blue Records and features five new songs. After the show, Behia will be available to sign copies, adding a truly personal touch to the evening.  

For a taster of what’s in store, check out the video below:

Reservations are not required, but are strongly advised. To reserve a seat, call +377 93 50 05 02.  


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Photo credit: Philip Ducap