Kozlov Club, named after the Soviet jazz legend, Alexey Kozlov, saxophonist and founder of the first Soviet jazz rock band, Arsenal, first opened in 2012. The Club was relaunched in partnership with PubLife restaurant chain in
Spanning over two floors of a historic 19th century building in central part of Moscow, which once was part of a wealthy merchant’s estate, one of the most versatile jazz clubs in Russian capital is working since 2011. With its
Usadba Jazz Festival is the biggest Russian open-air festival that has joint jazz, funk, world music, acid-jazz, lounge, jazz-rock, blues and other directions of contemporary improvised music.
The idea of the festival belongs
Located in an early 19th century historic building in the central part of Yaroslavl, a 1,000-years-old city 260 km Northeast from Moscow, the Jazz Center is a combination of a concert venue, an educational institution, and a res
Jazz Center, Bol'shaya Oktyabr'skaya Ulitsa, Yaroslavl, Russia