Kay Lübke

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Kay Lübke – drums
came to Berlin at the end of the 90s via Frankfurt and Mainz to study at the HfM Hanns Eisler. He is a member of numerous projects with, among others, Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky, Uschi Brüning, Uli Gumpert, David Liebmann, Majid
Bekkas, Henrik Walsdorff, Christof
Singer, Georg Boeßner and Uli Kempendorff, all of which are documented on CDs and include concert tours and festival engagements in Europe Foreign countries, Israel, Morocco, Egypt, Azerbaijan, China, Canada and the USA. He shared the stage with John Schröder, Demba Nabe, Till Brönner, Shabaka Hutchings, Richie Cole, Kris Davis, Lyambiko and Gitte Henning, among others. He also works at various Berlin stages, such as the Volksbühne with Sir Henry, Schaubühne am Lehniner-Platz, Festival Saison Europa, the Berliner Ensemble and Tanzplan Dresden. In 2008 he won the Berlin Senate Studio Prize with the band Croomp and in 2009 with Stephen Brandon, and again in
2013 with his own project Slowboy

(with Jan von Klewitz and Wolfgang Roggenkamp). In 2022, Kay Lübke released his solo production Süden with John Schröder and Peer Neumann. In recent years he has played numerous concerts and productions with Silke Eberhard’s Potsa Lotsa, including at the festival in Moers and in 2022 together with Henry Threadgill’s Zooid at the
JazzFest Berlin.