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Kunstfabrik Schlot Kunstfabrik Schlot
Jazz & Cabaret in den Edisonhöfen
Chausseestraße 18
10115 Berlin (Mitte)

telephone: +49 30 4482160
fax: +49 30 44043068

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The “Kunstfabrik Schlot” exists since the beginning of the 90s, first at Prenzlauer Berg and since April 2000 centrally located right in the middle of Berlin. The Club established a name during the turbulent time just after reunification as a small but classy address for live Jazz and cabaret, equally appreciated by artists and the audience. Red tape led to the relocation. The program entails daily Jazz and Cabaret live performances. The Schlot is an authentic place, dedicated to culture. It has a pleasant open minded, friendly, creative flair without the posh superficial attitude of the new bars in the Centre but also without the stuffiness of introverted Jazz cellars. The spacious facilities offer plenty seating and areas to stand, gather and chat. The interior of iron, stone and wood offer a unique feel.

Rosenthaler Straße 13
10119 Berlin (Mitte)

telephone: +49 30 2833123
fax: +49 2833123

b-flat was founded in 1995 by the two musicians Jannis Zotos, Thannasis Zotos and by the actor Andre Hennicke. After the first successful jazz-concerts Joerg Zieprig joined the team in 1997 and quickly made a name as the man to arrange the programs. The consequence is that by now on almost every night of the week either a concert or another event takes place. Ever since then b-flat has been an important location for live music in Berlin. Since there is no stylistic orientation in regard to the music one can listen to the many different kinds of music. Therefore the program varies from international to local: Enjoy the presence of the whole Berliner Jazz scene with all its manifoldness and interestingness!

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