PASSION FOR MUSIC AND FOOD

The Montreux Jazz Café was born of Claude Nobs’ passion for music and fine dining. The Festival founder, trained as a chef, designed them as a welcoming space where cuisine and music could combine in a way never seen before.
At the Festival, proximity between the biggest musicians and the public, comfort, and an eye for details result in historic concerts and encourage the appearance of memorable moments. It’s that fine touch and know-how that we wish to share with you in our restaurants, conceived to be ambassadors of the Montreux Jazz Festival.
We offer contemporary cuisine, and our menu includes dishes crafted with the very passion so characteristic of those inimitable Montreux moments: our famous B.B. Burger, Coquelet façon Quincy Jones, and the succulent Ella’s Cheesecake.
The Festival showed great vision in recording every single concert from the very beginning, and these archives have been recognized by UNESCO through inclusion in the “Memory of the World Register”. We invite you to relive this musical odyssey at our comfortable Cafés, which feature exclusive access to the archives.
In the area? On a trip around the world? Enjoy a relaxing and delicious interlude while listening to some of the most striking concerts from the Festival’s history.

THE LAST BORN of the MONTREUX JAZZ CAFE family

After Singapore which opened its doors in September, it is EPFL turn, in Lausanne, to welcome the new Montreux Jazz Café!
To discover everything about these two entities, visit the page Singapore & EPFL Lausanne.

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Fendi
05.12 in Singapore

Creating musical gratification since 2006, Fuze Collective came together as an experimental initiative to discover pure chemistry between sounds and musicians of different genres. Fronted by Live The Dream 2007 solo category winner, vocalist Fendi , the soulful ensemble had their first performance in June 2006 at the Esplanade’s Late Night Session, The Afro Asian Soul Sounds.
Since then, Fuze Collective has done numerous collaborations with various artistes and DJs; tapping into various musical territories to expand their knowledge and share their love for music with fellow enthusiasts.

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Alemay Fernandez
06.12 in Singapore

Hailed by TimeOut magazine as one of Singapore's "best-loved entertainers", Alemay Fernandez is a rising star on the Asian jazz scene who is is known for her sultry tone, powerhouse vocals and an onstage presence that keeps the audience eating out of the palm of her hand.
She has performed with the likes of The Count Basie Orchestra, David Foster and The Platters' Bobby Soul and opened for Laura Fygi & Incognito. In 2013, Alemay shared the lineup with Natalie Cole, Jamie Cullum & India Arie in the region's premiere jazz festival, Java Jazz, and has sung for A-listers like Kevin Spacey, Ethan Hawke, Joss Stone, Kurt Elling, Lea Salonga, Paloma Picasso, Serena Williams as well as Presidents & Prime Ministers.