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Valentine's Day at Blue Strawberry with the Janet Evra Quartet
"Janet Evra... An absolute must-see for anyone in St. Louis who loves jazz."  Riverfront Times
"She has range, grace, and style... the voice of an angel.  Oh, this could be heaven."  STLive Music
"Janet Evra's arrival brought a breath of fresh air to the St. Louis jazz scene."  Dennis Owsley, St. Louis Public Radio 
"Evra little thing she does is magic."  Advantage News
Janet Evra has shaken up the the jazz vocal scene in St. Louis, arriving a few short years ago to wide and well deserved acclaim. Her cool sound, influenced heavily by bossa nova and latin sounds, come together with modern, indie influences to create an original, hypnotic music.
From Gloucester, England, Janet Evra is a vocalist, bassist, composer, and songwriter based in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. 
Evra performs on premier stages across the United States and Europe, and all over town in St. Louis.

Evra released her debut album, Ask Her to Dance, featuring her original music and signature style, to critical acclaim.  Evra is joined on the album by Adam Maness (The 44s, Erin Bode) on piano, Will Buchanan on guitar, Montez Coleman (Roy Hargrove, Wynton Marsalis) on drums, and R. Scott Bryan (Sheryl Crow, Allman Betts Band) on percussion. Evra is a 2019-2020 Artist in Residence at the Kranzberg Arts Foundation.

Your Choice of Each Course

 First Course

     Caramelized Brussels Sprouts

herbed boursin, soft polenta, parm, balsamic 

Crab Cakes

chipotle aioli, napa cabbage slaw 

Bibb Salad

heart of palm, oranges, pine nuts, goat cheese, sherry-shallot dressing

       Tomato Soup


Second Course

Smoked Pork Belly and Scallops

celery root puree, brussel sprouts

 Braised Osso Bucco

saffron risotto, oven dried tomato

 Shrimp Tagliatelli

garlic, chili flake, sundried tomato, walnut, feta



Chocolate Crunch Bar

Salted Caramel Cheesecake