The Hotclub after a performance at the historic Lincoln Theatre
“Le Hotclub’s standards and original repertoire are so uniquely arranged and performed. Django Reinhardt, Benny Carter and others, would surely tap a toe and snap a finger if in the company of these fine, local talents. A delight for the senses!”
(Regarding the October 7, 2010 performance)
Aimee Hall-Director of Special Events/Facilities Rental Manager -Taubman Museum of Art
“If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to absorb the kinetic and musically adventurous world of the pre-WWII Parisian jazz scene, look no further than Roanoke’s own slice of Francophilia, Le Hotclub….with beatific smiles on all their faces while they transport themselves to a time when everyone, even us Roanokers, will always have Paris.”
Roanoke Times-Thursday, March 30, 2006
“ILS SONT FANTASTIQUE!!
If one is feeling depressed they need not seek a prescription. Instead, catch a performance of this talent laden group and you will soon forget your worries and begin to wear a big fat smile! Le Hotclub is a feel-good band for all ages and musical preferences. These four chaps who dress-up in tuxedos are not only musicians, they are showmen, too. You’ll have a hard time keeping your eyes (and ears) off them. These guys are virtuoso performers, each with a rich background in music performance, studies and teaching.
No amateurs here. Only ‘LE FIN DU FIN’! I promise you will not be disappointed.”
Jan Wilkins, Promoter-Producer – Roanoke, VA
“Le Hotclub de Biglick contributed time and talent via their world class musical performance with the Roanoke Ballet Theatre and F.R.E.E. Dance Company. This performance at William Fleming High School in June 2008, aided a not for profit dance organization and helped raise funds for dance students at Fleming. The opportunity to work with Le Hotclub de Biglick also enriched the education of these young artists at Fleming.”
William Fleming High School – Roanoke Ballet Theatre
“Le Hotclub’s sound is unlike anything we’ve found in the Winchester area. The Museum was thrilled to find them through the Virginia Commission for the Arts and present them for an evening concert. There were requests from the audience to see them return and we would definitely work with them again in the future.”
Sarah Daywalt – Museum of the Shenandoah Valley – Winchester, VA
Le Hotclub is proud to announce they were named to the VCA 2009-2019