is a Detroit born drum set doyen known for his work with Wadada Leo Smith, Oliver Lake, David Murray, Henry Threadgill, Air, Cecil Taylor, Amiri Baraka, Dewey Redman, Sonny Sharrock, Julius Hemphill, Anthony Davis, Jay Hoggard, Reggie Workman, Amina Claudine Myers, Ray Anderson, Craig Harris, and more.
ANDREW DRURY is a drummer/composer who has performed in 30 countries and on 70 recordings as a bandleader and with Jason Kao Hwang, Ku-umba Frank Lacy, JD Parran, Myra Melford, Mark Dresser, Roswell Rudd, Jack Wright, and others. He directs Continuum Culture & Arts and has hosted over 125 Soup & Sounds since 2009.
ED BLACKWELL (1929-92) is regarded as one of the greatest jazz drummers. He worked with Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, the Eric Dolphy/Booker Little Quintet, John Coltrane, Randy Weston, Mal Waldron, David Murray, Old and New Dreams, Nu, Woody Shaw, Pharoah Sanders, Anthony Braxton, and many more.
FALL Continuum/Soup & Sound events
Nov. 2 NED ROTHENBERG/DENMAN MARONEY/MARK DRESSER @ Soup & Sound
Nov. 3 GERRY HEMINGWAY + SAMEER GUPTA @ Grace Reformed Church (1800 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn)—FREE!
Nov. 15 BONITA OLIVER @ Brooklyn Commons (388 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn) (co-presentation w/ Music Now!)
Dec. 12 KARUNA (HAMID DRAKE, ADAM RUDOLPH, ALEXIS MARCELO) @ Lincoln Center Atrium (co-presentation w/ LCA)—FREE!
Dec. 14 HAMID DRAKE + WARREN SMITH @ Flatlands Reformed Church (3931 Kings Hwy, Brooklyn)—FREE!
292 Lefferts Ave. (by Nostrand), Brooklyn
6:30 Door opens
7:00 Music starts
2/5 to President St (Brooklyn bound Sterling St. is closed)
B/Q/S to Prospect Park
BYOB (feel free to bring drink or food to share)
$20 suggested donation (no one turned away)
Soup & Sound is a program of Continuum Culture & Arts, a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization.
Soup & Sound Around Brooklyn is made possible by public funds from the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and from the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council on the Arts, both administered in Kings County by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).