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  • Interview: Ikue Mori + Sylvie Courvoisier Roulette brings together four master improvisors – saxophonist Evan Parker, pianist Sylvie Courvoisier, violinist Mark Feldman, and electronic musician Ikue Mori for a rare quartet appearance on September 23. We sat down with Sylvie Courvoisier and Ikue Mori to discuss release plans for the recording, future plans, and more.Can you describe the program you will be presenting at Roulette on September 23? SC: I’m super excited to be playing with my favorite musicians, Mark Feldman on violin, Evan Parker on soprano and tenor, and Ikue Mori on electronics. It is super fun to play with them, I feel all possibilities and ...
  • Join the team at Roulette! Roulette is seeking a Director of Development! We’re looking for a dynamic, experienced and energetic Director of Development, who, working closely with the Executive Director, Managing Director and Grant Writer, will research and cultivate prospective donors including foundations, corporations, and individuals.The candidate will be responsible for working with the Executive Director on Board Development; developing and implementing fundraising strategies; outreach to potential funders; and arranging and attending meetings with potential and current donors/supporters. The position may also require facets of grants management, including but not limited to maintaining the fundraising calendar and grants database, oversee grant inquiries and applications, and ...
  • Interview: Robert Een Robert Een returns to Roulette on Tuesday, June 23rd joined by an all-star cast of musicians in an evening of new music. Coming out of the Downtown Music scene his influences are far ranging from Julius Eastman to Nino Rota, Meredith Monk to J.S. Bach, and a little bit of Igor Stravinsky and John Cage thrown in. Driven by cello and voice, Een orchestrates saxophones, accordion, hammer dulcimer and drum kit for a fresh take on concert music in the 21st century. Could you please describe the program you are presenting at Roulette? For my concert at Roulette I will be presenting music ...
  • Interview: Amirtha Kidambi Could you please describe the program your quartet Elder Ones will be presenting at Roulette on June 22? The timing of this Jerome Commission is nothing short of cosmic for me. I was just starting to cultivate a language for solo improvisation, spending hours by myself singing in as unconscious a way that I possibly could. What started to develop was a non-lyrical, syllabic style that reflected some of the work I did with Darius Jones, my auto-didactic shedding of Carnatic ragas with the syllables for the swaras (notes), and my classical training using different vowel types to easily access different ...
  • Interview: Lesley Flanigan Lesley Flanigan presents Voices, a new work for vocal ensemble and electronics that expands her sculptural music-making approach from speaker electronics to the human voice at Roulette on June 12 Could you tell us more about Voices? Voices will be my first concert of music just for voice. It will be an extension of my work with speaker feedback, thinking about amplification as a central process in electronic sound, but for this show I’m removing my feedback instruments to focus entirely on voice.  It centers around a new piece I’m creating for four singers, including myself. Each singer will have a loop pedal, ...