At the entrance to La Gare jazz club, a former railway station in a northern district of Paris, customers form a physically distanced queue to sign up for the evening’s concerts.
In a time of coronavirus, the musicians are not the only soloists. They are playing for solo guests who take their turn for five minutes’ entertainment in the club’s basement. Couples or pairs of family members can watch together. Everyone else must go down separately.
Each evening, three different artists give brief individual mini-concerts. the solo concerts will continue until the social distancing rules are relaxed.
Source: The Guardian