Dizzy's Club

Late Night Session: Que Vola?

“A musical conversation that sounds novel and exhilarating.” – The Times

“A French-Cuban Afro-Jazz mission that exudes originality and energy.” – Sunday Times

“Que Vola brings together three Afro-Cuban percussionists — all members of the Osain del Monte Orchestra — and seven French jazz musicians. The lead single from the group’s self-titled debut is “Calle Luz,” a quick, pattering original that reshapes a rumba rhythm around its jagged, four-horn arrangement. The West African roots of rumba come through in various ways here; amid all the rhythmic and harmonic complexity, you might even hear echoes of Fela Kuti’s Africa ’70 band in the sound of the Rhodes, bass and drums.” - THE NEW YORK TIMES

¿QUE VOLA? in the argo of La Havana is a unique musical project that brings together seven of France’s best young jazzmen with a trio of highly skilled Cuban percussionists. The brainchild of trombonist Fidel Fourneyron,  ¿QUE VOLA? takes the magnetic power of sacred Afro-Cuban rhythms, with their invocations of African gods, and envelopes them in the poesy of John Coltrane. Brass and wind take the place of chants and voices in a trance inducing dialogue with the deep rhythms of the Bata drums, Experience their unique, raw and capitvat9ing sound at this 15th Anniversary celebration of the Nø Førmat! record label.

Visitor Info

Dizzy's Club
Broadway and 60th Street
5th Floor


Set Times*

7:30 & 9:30pm nightly

Late Night Session Tues-Sat

Doors Open at 11:15pm

*unless otherwise noted


Reserve by phone
In person after 6pm

daily at the club

Price Info

Thu-Fri $10; Sat $20
Thu-Fri $5; Sat $10