27-30 April 2005. Denmark has one of the most progressive and innovative jazz scenes in the world with Copenhagen the capital of the Danish jazz world as well as the country. For the past 25 years the eagerly anticipated Copenhagen Jazz Festival has been drawing visitors from all over Europe and the world. This year for the first time it is moving on masse to Berlin under a tri-national culture project called Urban Art Stories. Kicking off at the Danish embassy in Berlin with a concert by Marilyn Mazur, the German capital will be a treasure trove of modern jazz music for five days at the end of this month. Most of the evening concerts will be taking place at any of five jazz clubs throughout the city but there will also be impromptu shows at various railway (S-Bahn) stations during the days. Ticket prices vary from location to location with admission free to open air concerts.

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Address Kniglich Dnische Botschaft, Rauchstr. 1, D-10 787 Berlin. Tel. +49-3050502000; Kunstfabrik Schlot, Chausseestrae 18, D-10115 Berlin, Tel. +49-304482160. A-Trane Jazz Club, Bleibtreustrae 1, D-10625 Berlin, Tel. +49-303132550. B-Flat Jazz Club, Rosent

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Copenhagen Jazz Festival in Berlin.

Kniglich Dnische Botschaft, Rauchstr. 1, D-10 787 Berlin. Tel. +49-3050502000; Kunstfabrik Schlot, Chausseestrae 18, D-10115 Berlin, Tel. +49-304482160. A-Trane Jazz Club, Bleibtreustrae 1, D-10625 Berlin, Tel. +49-303132550. B-Flat Jazz Club, Rosent