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    In the Charlottenburg district, beneath the Delphi Film Palace and a restaurant bearing the same name, one of Berlin’s oldest live music venues is found. Operating since 1975 and with a rich history even before that, The Quasimodo was originally an authentic jazz cellar, featuring well known artists such as Chet Baker and Art Blakey. However, over the years the location has evolved into a wide-ranging assortment of genres. With live performances by legends like Prince, Terry Bozzio and David Sanborn, the Quasimodo has earned a reputation for one of the best places in the city to catch a Rock, Soul, Funk, Latin or Modern Jazz performance.  Although the location may get quite busy and tightly packed, the acoustic quality is top notch, allowing the audience to be consumed by the beautiful sounds coming from the intimate stage. The concerts here start at ten PM every night and offer an array of musicians and audiences.

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