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Roulette Presents: Andrew Drury CD Release of Content Provider & The Drum Feat: Briggan Krauss, Ingrid Laubrock, Brandon Seabrook, and Andrew Drury Tuesday, February 17, 2015, 8pm
(Published: January 18, 2015)

What: Andrew Drury / CD Release for Content Provider & The Drum
When: Tuesday, February 17 , 8pm
Where: Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, 2/3/4/5/A/C/G/D/M/N/R/B/Q trains & the LIRR
Cost: Tickets $20, Members/Students/Seniors: $15, Series Members - $10, FREE for All Access Members
Info: www.roulette.org / 917.267.0368

Brooklyn, NY: Roulette presents Andrew Drury who will celebrate the release of his two new CD's, Content Provider & The Drum. The concert, Tuesday, February 17, will feature Briggan Krauss, Ingrid Laubrock, Brandon Seabrook, and Andrew Drury. Tickets can be purchased at: http://roulette.org/event...

Program Description

Part One: music from Content Provider performed by Andrew Drury's ContenTrio
El Sol
Ancestors Friends Heroes
Briggan Krauss, alto saxophone
Ingrid Laubrock, tenor saxophone
Andrew Drury, drum set

Part Two: music from Content Provider performed by Andrew Drury's Content Provider
The Commune of Brooklyn
Content Provider
Keep the Fool
Briggan Krauss, alto saxophone
Ingrid Laubrock, tenor saxophone
Brandon Seabrook, guitar
Andrew Drury, drums

Part Three: Music from The Drum
Andrew Drury, floor tom

Part Four: Music from Content Provider performed by Content Provider + Special Guests
The Band Is a Drum Set
Content Provider + Friends
Jason Kao Hwang, violin/viola
J.D. Parran, multi-reeds
Kevin Ray, bass

About Andrew Drury
Andrew Drury is a composer, improviser, percussionist, and educator originally from Seattle. A student of the drummer Ed Blackwell and the writer Annie Dillard while at Wesleyan University, Drury's early playing experiences included performances with Wadada Leo Smith, John Tchicai, and Brad Mehldau, as well as forays into street theater, performance art, and a series of drum solos performed and photographed outdoors in landscapes in nine western States. Since then he has performed in 25 countries and on nearly 50 recordings as a soloist, leader, and collaborator with a wide range of musicians including Myra Melford, Mark Dresser, Wayne Horvitz, Andrea Neumann, Christine Abdelnour, Michel Doneda, and many lesser known greats. In addition to leading Content Provider Drury is a member of the cooperative groups 1032K (with Frank Lacy and Kevin Ray), the Brooklyn Infinity Orchestra, and Conjure. As a collaborator/sideperson he plays with Jason Kao Hwang, Robert Dick, Jack Wright, JD Parran's Dance Clarinets, IRON DOG, TOTEM>, Other Life Forms, Hans Tammen, Alejandro Florez, Ras Moshe, 3D (with Tomasz Dabrowski and Kris Davis), Michael Lytle, Miya Masaoka, Yoni Kretzmer, and others. As an educator he has led workshops from Central American villages to Ivy League graduate schools, museums to housing projects, and in 2000 led a six-month "Millennium Project" residency with the Oneida Nation on their reservation in Wisconsin. Drury also curates the Soup & Sound House Concert Series in his home in Brooklyn where he has presented and performed with musicians from five continents including Jaap Blonck, Agusti Fernandez, and many of tonight's performers. On February 26 at the Lincoln Center Atrium he and 1032K will premiere The Hard Time Killing Floor Suite, an extended work exploring the music of Delta Blues legend Skip James, commissioned by the Lincoln Center Atrium. For more information visit www.andrewdrury.com.

More Information: http://roulette.org/events/andrew-drury/

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