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 2017 and moved to the very heart of Moscow, the Maroseika Street. The Club has three performance spaces: the main stage (150 seats) presents the Club’s residents and touring music stars, while the Mansard stage (100 seats) hosts both the Club’s regular performance series and experimental multi-genre programming, and The Beat stage is the focal point of high-octane, nightly multi-genre jam sessions.
With Voice Acoustic sound equipment from Germany, modern lighting system, HD-quality live online streaming, as well as its own record label and vinyl music store, the Club is one of the best venues in Moscow for vivid, intelligent, creative, and exploratory music.
Araik Hakobyan, artistic director; Svetlana Zhavoronkova, international projects manager