The Baguette Quartette is a San Francisco Bay Area group that plays music that was heard in Paris between 1920 and 1940 on street corners, in cafes, and in popular dance halls. Its repertoire consists of valses musettes, tangos, pasos dobles, fox trots, marches and realistic songs. After performing in cafés and restaurants in her native Paris, Odile Lavault travelled all over Europe with music and theater companies before moving to Berkeley, where she founded the Baguette Quartet in 1993. Lavault plays accordion and bandoneon and contributes vocals. Other members of BQ include Rachel Durling (violin), John Schott (guitar, banjo), Rich Trevor (string bass), and Big Lou (accordion, vocals).