Jazz venue finds new home

The Moscow Times - - OUT & ABOUT - Ko­zlov Club

One of the first and most im­por­tant venues on Moscow’s jazz scene, Ko­zlov Club, has moved to a new ad­dress. Its new lo­ca­tion is on Ul­itsa Maro­seika, part of a sprawl­ing com­plex called Left Bank, which will also in­clude a restau­rant, a bar and a small con­cert hall. Ko­zlov Club is named af­ter Alexei Ko­zlov, a legendary Rus­sian sax­o­phone player and jazz mu­si­cian and founder of the Soviet jazz band Arse­nal. +7 (926) 952 0077 ko­zlov­club.ru 9/2 Ul­itsa Maro­seika Metro Ki­tai-Gorod +7 (915) 276 0110 face­book.com/butcher.moscow 8 Bol­shoi Pa­tri­arshy Pereulok Metro Pushkin­skaya, Tver­skaya

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