Friday, October 27, 8pm #95–special collaboration with vegan chef  PHILIP GELB and BROOKLYN RAGA MASSIVE


PHILIP GELB will be making a vegan meal that includes Tempeh Larb (Thai salad), Eggplant with Sesame Sauce, Cold Skin Noodles, Breads and Spreads, and more dishes to be added soon. He has authored two cookbooks on Vegan Cooking, curates a very similar house concert series in Oakland, and is an accomplished shakuhachi player.

BROOKLYN RAGA MASSIVE is Jay Gandhi (bansuri), Arun Ramamurthy (violin), Abhik Mukherjee (sitar), Sameer Gupta (tabla)–members of the Brooklyn Raga Massive.

Reservations here:

*Reservations are $60. Entrance to this event only with reservation. Seating is limited. BYOB.



Saturday, October 28, 8pm #96–Argentina/NY Exchange: X/Y/Z (names tba) w/ guest GUILLERMO GREGORIO + Michael Lytle solo


1. MICHAEL LYTLE (bass clarinet) will play a solo set

2. Informal and informative conversation on the little-known but crucial 1960s era Argentinian avant-garde arts movement Movimiento Música Más featuring one of its key participants, the legendary clarinetist GUILLERMO GREGORIO, and X who is doing a history project on the MMM. The conversation will be in Spanish with English translation.

3. X (saxophones), Y (piano), and Z (electronics) visit from Buenos Aires to perform with special guest clarinetist GUILLERMO GREGORIO.

This concert and the conversation are part of Continuum’s International Cultural Exchange program, which has produced performances and recordings and hosted other events in Argentina and New York.




Friday, November 10, 8pm #97–Telepathic Television–Robert Dick (flutes), Andrew Drury (percussion), Joshua Ott (3D animation)


Sunday, November 12, 6pm #98–patrick brennan’s fractal curvaceous + We Free Strings

NOTE the early performance time–6pm!

patrick brennan’s fractal curvaceous is… pb  (composition/saxophone), Jason Kao Hwang (violin), Patrick Holmes (clarinet), Rod Williams & Chris Forbes (piano), Ratzo Harris (bass), Michael TA Thompson, Reggie Sylvester & Andrew Drury (drums), Leyya Mona Tawil (dance).

We Free Strings is a quartet of Gwen Laster (violin), Melanie Dyer (viola), Alex Waterman (cello), and Michael Wimberly (drums).



Friday, November 17, 8pm #99–Soup & Sound Piano Series: Noah Baerman/Rani Arbo Duo–Rani Arbo (vocals, guitar, fiddle), Noah Baerman (vocals, piano, guitar) + Trio 149–Jen Allen (piano), Noah Baerman (organ, synthesizer), Curtis Nowosad (drums)

NOAH BAERMAN is a pianist, organist, composer, educator, author, and activist based in Middletown, CT. While he is best known for his work as a jazz artist and educator his search for the transcendent have led him in diverse directions in his musical style and his broader pursuits, such as the founding and direction of the non-profit Resonant Motion. His opening set at Soup and Sound will display his recent collaboration with singer-songwriter Rani Arbo, a partnership that has given voice to some of his most recent songs with words, many of them musings on the topic of mortality. Following this will be a set by Trio 149 as they prepare to enter the studio a few days later to cut their first album. A two-keyboard collaboration with pianist Jen Allen, the group focuses on uplifting and thought-provoking material, pulling together a variety of musical influences, from John Coltrane, Larry Young, and Thelonious Monk to Stevie Wonder, Sting, and Nina Simone.


Friday, December 22, 8pm #100–Soup & Sound Piano Series: ML, pianist (from Toronto), Ken Filiano (bass), Lou Grassi (drums)




292 Lefferts Ave. Brooklyn, NY (b/n Nostrand & Rogers) 2/5 Train to Sterling St.

$20 suggested donation for all events unless otherwise noted. Door opens 30 minutes before show.

SOUP while it lasts (no extra charge!) . BYOB. Feel free to bring some food or drink to share.

Soup & Sound is a program of Continuum Culture & Arts, Inc. a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.