Most public shows are still sadly canceled, except for our semi-secret, mostly on Sunday, socially distant, front porch concerts. You can contact us if you want details on the upcoming weekend. With the good spring weather, you can expect a lot more of these in the coming weeks.
Sadly, most of the DC area indoor venues we used to play are now closed permanently. It's hard to know what comes next for local music. Fortunately, the wineries and some other outdoor venues are still open, and we've started booking some outdoor shows for this year. Dates will be announced soon on this page.
We also love playing private parties, which is a great way to introduce our music to people who wouldn't hear us otherwise. So if you'd like to host Brulee in your living room, backyard, office, Jacuzzi greenhouse, kitchen, yacht, private jet, safari tent, treehouse, basement, private South Pacific atoll, airport business class lounge, or Neapolitan pizzeria, just let us know.
The best way to hear about upcoming shows is to join the email mailing list. Go to the home page to enter your email address, and we'll add you to the list. We send about one email per month and jealously guard your contact details.
Brulee has played all over the Washington DC area. Some of our recent and more memorable shows have been at Villain & Saint, Sotto on 14th St, Twins Jazz on U Street, Flanagan's Harp and Fiddle in Bethesda, Bossa in Adams Morgan, Lost & Found, Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club, Jammin’ Java, Gemeny Winery, Running Hare Vineyard, Wonderland Ballroom, Republic in Takoma Park, Columbia Station in Adams Morgan, the Takoma Park JazzFest Jazz Brawl (which we won!), the Takoma Park JazzFest main stage, the New Deal Cafe, The Riversdale House Museum Summer Jazz Series, two Busboys and Poets, Mayorga in Silver Spring (RIP), Fireflies, Adams Morgan PorchFest, The Riverdale Spring and Winter Arts Festivals, the Takoma Park Folk Festival, Roofers Union in Adams Morgan, Aura & Lisa’s wedding, and Lex & Christine's wedding on a boat in Austria.