The Egg Theatre at the Empire State Plaza (Albany, NY)
Bergen Performing Arts Center (Englewood, NJ)
Diacetum Festival, Diacetum, ITALY
Locanda Tinti Club, Diacetum, ITALY
Count Basie Theatre (Red Bank, NJ)
Irvine Hall (Philadelphia, PA)
Berklee Performance Center (Boston, MA)
Clark Art Institute (Williamstown, MA)
John Lyman Center (New Haven, CT )
Palace Theatre (Manchester, NH)
Memorial Auditorium (Montclair, NJ)
Chelmsford Public Library (Chelmsford, MA)
Symphony Hall (Allentown, PA)
Vernissage Café (Brookline, MA)
Theatre of the Performing Arts (Hartford, CT)
Dante Alighieri Society (Cambridge, MA)
Ryles Jazz Club (Cambridge, MA)
Saint Petersburg Café (Newton, MA)
Acton Jazz Cafe (Acton, MA)


France has for long been considered a center for European art and music. The aim of C'est Si Bon is to connect the listener to the deep meaning and expression of the French "chanson" of Michel Legrand, Jacques Prévert, Edith Piaf and other legendary musicians and poets. This concert captures the true essence of French popular classics like "Milord" with a little bit of jazz spin to them. Upon listening, you will suddenly find yourself in Belleville, Paris, the ethnically diverse district described by Daniel Pennac. Here you will feel the atmosphere of the "banlieue parisienne" where people lead eccentric and seedy lives. C'est si Bon has also a contemporary improvisational side to it, that can be seen at its best during live concerts. This group has been performing with great success at well-known theaters and concert halls throughout the United States. This ensemble of extremely talented musicians will take you on a tour through the traditional French music that has nurtured in the hearts and homes of France for centuries!