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Quan Nhac Jazz - "Jazz Club". 31 Luong Van Can Street, Hanoi. Tel: 84-4-828-7890 [contact: Quyen Van Minh. Live jazz every night!. The owner, Quyen Van Minh, is the maestro and the originator of Vietnamese jazz. He will release his new album, the first jazz album ever to be released from Vietnam. Next spring he will organaize "Hanoi Jazz Festival 2000", with guest musician from Japan, Czech Republic, Denmark, and the U.S.]
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Sax 'n Art. 28 Le Loi Street. Tel: +84 8 8228472 Fax: +84 8 8233954 [contact: Tran Manh Tuan Newly-opened modern jazz club in middle of bustling Ho Chi Minh. Hot sax player, Mr Tran Manh Tuan, educated at the Berkeley School of Music in Boston, plays nightly with his band and special guests. Atmosphere is clean and comfortable, drinks reasonable, no cover charge.]
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