Tue, Sep 8th 8:00pm
Jason Mears, Quentin Tolimieri, Kevin Farrell, Andrew Drury
Threes Brewing
333 Douglass St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
718.522.2110
Jason Mears (alto & sopranino saxophones, compositions), Quentin Tolimieri (keyboards), Kevin Farrell (electric bass), Andrew Drury (drums).
Tue, Sep 15th 7:00pm
Vinny Golia Quartet w/ Connie Crothers, Ken Filiano, Micheael T.A. Thompson
Soup & Sound House Concert
292 Lefferts Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11225
United States
9178284951
Price: $20 suggested donation
8pm LA multi-instrumentalist/composer and all-round legendary musician Vinny Golia plays with a quartet of luminary peers--Connie Crothers (piano), Ken Filiano (bass), and Michael T.A. Thompson (drums).
Wed, Sep 16th 7:00pm
Johannes Bergmark (Sweden), Shelley Hirsch, Terrence McManus, Michael Evans, Andrew Drury
Soup & Sound House Concert
292 Lefferts Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11225
http://bergmark.org
Price: $20 suggested donation
Johannes Bergmark (amplified object "Platform") visits from Stockholm and will be joined by Shelley Hirsch (voice), Terrence McManus (guitar), Michael Evans (percussion), Andrew Drury (percussion). Bergmark is an active member of the Stockholm avant/experimental venue Fylkingen and is a musical explorer who has done a two week site specific found object multi-media performance on a tiny lighthouse island in the Lofotens among other things.

This performance is made possible with support from Continuum Culture & Arts, Inc. and the Swedish Arts Grants Committee.

More about Johannes Bergmark...

Surrealist Musical Object Theatre with the evolutionary meta-instrument or amplified stage called the Platform. With his main activity as an improvising musician, experimental musical instruments-, sound sculptures/-installations/-environments maker, writer and electroacoustic- and text-sound-composer, JB has developed over butoh, sound poetry, jester theatre and performance art into a kind of audiovisual object theatre performed as a concert but with a setting as a surrealist puppet play of toys, tools, kitchen utensils, materials, weird and kitsch decorative things and junk found on streets and flea markets. The objects bring their history and connotations as well as their often microscopic sound potentials on the little stage, made from a cupboard door with a hidden contact microphone under the floor (usually amplified without any electronic treatments), suspended over the table with a clamp like a springboard into a poor man's utopia where the junk will dance it's own dance.
JB has been a touring free lance musician since he graduated as a piano builder in 1996. He also lectures, makes pedagogical projects and workshops, usually focusing on untraditional acoustics, using also traditional crafts and basic sound technology, hoping to unfold a world where knowledge, skill, inspiration and surprise can meet and develop together and to inspire people to create their own poor man's utopias out of available resources.

He resides in Stockholm, sweden, where he is active in the association for radical and experimental art, Fylkingen (chairman twice), at the Electronic Music Studio, in the swedish skeptics' association and The Surrealist Group in Stockholm.
Fri, Sep 18th 8:00pm
Brooklyn Infinity Orchestra
Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Infinity Orchestra (BIO) presents original work by its member/composers. Performers include Stephanie Griffin (viola), Sean Sonderegger (clarinets/flute), David Bindman (saxophones), Michael Attias (baritone saxophone), Jen Baker (trombone), Stefan Bauer (vibraphone), Michael Bates (bass), Andrew Drury (percussion).
Sat, Sep 26th 8:00pm
Paul Austerlitz ClarRhymeTet
Soup & Sound House Concert
292 Lefferts Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11225
United States
9178284951
Price: $20 suggested donation
An octet combining clarinet choir with rhythm section, Dr. Austerlitz´s ClaRhymeTet will present new improvised music based on Haitian, Afro-Dominican, and Yorb themes, produced with support from the American Composers Forum.
Performers include: Paul Austerlitz (bass and contrabass clarinets, composer), Royal Hartigan (drums), JD Parran (alto clarinet), Kevin Ray (bass), Alexis Marcelo (piano), Isaiah Richardson (clarinet), Sean Sonderegger (bass clarinet), Ivan Baremboim (contrabass clarinet). Soup & Sound is a program of Continuum Culture & Arts, Inc.
Sun, Sep 27th 2:00pm
Stephen Haynes Group + Brigid Kennedy Sculpture Installation on Governors Island
Governors Island
Building #15, Nolan Park, Governors Island
New York, NY
Price: FREE!
For Brigid Kennedy's sculpture installation on Governors Island--fabulous decommissioned army base turned park a short ferry boat ride south of Manhattan--cornetist Stephen Haynes leads a quartet with Kyoko Kitamura (vocals), Ben Stapp (tuba), and Andrew Drury (percussion). Music will happen from 2-5.
Sun, Sep 27th 8:00pm
Andrew Lamb Andrew Drury Duo
JACK
Brooklyn, NY
Price: $12
Andrew Lamb (saxophones), Andrew Drury (drums)
Fri, Oct 2nd 8:00pm
Wilfrido Terrazas, Stephanie Griffin, Andrew Drury
Soup & Sound House Concert
292 Lefferts Ave.
Brooklyn, NY - New 11225
United States
9178284951
Price: $20 suggested donation
Wilfrido Terrazas (flutes, from Mexico)--It's not too much to say that Terrazas is one of the premiere improvising flutists in the world, in a small but elite group that includes Robert Dick and Matthias Ziegler. He is joined tonight by Stephanie Griffin (viola), Andrew Drury (percussion), and possibly others.
Soup & Sound is a program of Continuum Culture & Arts, Inc. a not for profit 501(c)3 organization.
Fri, Oct 9th 8:00pm
Hans Tammen, John Rose, Andrew Drury
The Stone
NW corner Ave C & East 3rd St (near Houston)
New York, NY
http://www.thestonenyc.org
Hans Tammen (guitar, electronics), John Rose (violin--visiting from Australia), Andrew Drury (drum set, percussion).
Wed, Oct 14th 10:00pm
James Ilgrenfritz The Ticket That Exploded
The Stone
NW corner Ave C & East 3rd St (near Houston)
New York, NY
Price: $15
Composer/bassist James Ilgenfritz' multi-media opera based on the William S. Burroughs novel, The Ticket That Exploded.
Sat, Oct 17th 8:00pm
MiND--denman Maroney, james Ilgenfritz, angelika Niescier, andrew Drury
The Stone
NW corner Ave C & East 3rd St (near Houston)
New York, NY
The cooperative quartet MiND features compositions and improvisations by its members Denman Maroney (piano), James Ilgenfritz (bass), Angelika Niescier (alto saxophone), and Andrew Drury (drums).
Sun, Oct 18th 4:00pm
Jason Mears
Bloomingdale School of Music
108th & Broadway
New York, NY
Jason Mears' ongoing quartet highlighting his compositions played mid-afternoon by his quartet! Featuring Mears (sopranino, alto, bari saxophones), Quentin Tolimieri (piano/keyboard), Kevin Farrell (acoustic bass guitar), Andrew Drury (drum set).
Thu, Oct 22nd 8:00pm
Andrew Drury's Content Provider
Edgefest
Ann Arbor, MI
Andrew Drury's Content Provider is Andrew Drury (drums, composer), Briggan Krauss (alto saxophone), Ingrid Laubrock (tenor saxophone), Brandon Seabrook (guitar).
Sat, Oct 24th 8:00pm
Jason Kao Hwang's SING HOUSE
Edgefest
Ann Arbor, MI
Jason Kao Hwang (violin, viola, composer), Steve Swell (trombone), Chris Forbes (piano), Ken Filiano (bass), Andrew Drury (drums).
Mon, Oct 26th 7:30pm
ANDREW DRURY INGRID LAUBROCK
Experimental Sound Studio--OPTION series
5925 N Ravenswood Ave.
Chicago, IL
Solos and duos by Ingrid Laubrock (saxophones) and Andrew Drury (drum set/floor tom)
Thu, Oct 29th 8:00pm
Scott Looney, Sean Conley, Andrew Drury
Spectrum
121 Ludlow St. 2nd floor
New York, NY 10018
Oakland, CA pianist Scott Looney makes his first NYC appearance in 24 years and is joined by Sean Conly (bass) and Andrew Drury (drums). Steve Horowitz also performs and Richard Warp presents an EEG based sound istallation with audience participation. More details to come....
Sat, Nov 14th 8:00pm
The Drum series: Tim Daisy/Andrew Drury solos
Soup & Sound House Concert
292 Lefferts Ave.
Brooklyn, NY - New 11225
United States
9178284951
Price: tba
Two solo percussion sets inaugurate Soup & Sound's "The Drum" series. This night features Chicago drummer/percussionist extraordinaire, Tim Daisy, and series host, Andrew Drury. More details to come.... Soup & Sound is a program of Continuum Culture & Arts, Inc. a not for profit 501(c)3 organization.
Mon, Dec 21st 7:00pm
Michel Doneda Tatsuya Nakatani
Soup & Sound Percussion Series
292 Lefferts Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11225
United States
9178284951
Price: $20 suggested donation
Michel Doneda (soprano sopranino saxophones), Tatsuya Nakatani (percussion). Doneda (visiting from Toulouse, France) and Nakatani (visiting from all over the US) two very heavy improvisers and great friends of S & S.

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