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Joanna Mattrey: Arrhythmia

Friday, March 10, 20238:00 pm
$25 advance$30 doors$20 STUDENT/SENIOR (w/ ID, SENIOR 65+)doors 7:00pm
World Premiere

For her second performance as a Roulette Resident, Joanna Mattrey joins forces with celebrated experimental musicians Patrick Shiroishi, Chris Williams, and gabby fluke-mogul to premiere Mattrey’s newest composition, Arrhythmia, which explores unconventional grooves, sound sources, and prepared textures, building on the groups chemistry as improvisors.

The quartet is a group based on kinship, joy, and a love of improvisation. Each of the group members has various projects and shared creative works and experiences with each other, which culminates in a deep musical and communicative understanding.

A livestream will be available free of charge at 8pm on the day of the performance and archived for future viewing. Watch below or on YouTube.


This work was developed as part of a Roulette Residency, made possible with funds provided by the Jerome Foundation. It is presented through Roulette’s GENERATE program, providing over 30 artists each year with in-depth creative and technical support.

Joanna Mattrey: Arrhythmia

Friday, March 10, 20238:00 pm
$25 advance$30 doors$20 STUDENT/SENIOR (w/ ID, SENIOR 65+)doors 7:00pm
World Premiere

For her second performance as a Roulette Resident, Joanna Mattrey joins forces with celebrated experimental musicians Patrick Shiroishi, Chris Williams, and gabby fluke-mogul to premiere Mattrey’s newest composition, Arrhythmia, which explores unconventional grooves, sound sources, and prepared textures, building on the groups chemistry as improvisors.

The quartet is a group based on kinship, joy, and a love of improvisation. Each of the group members has various projects and shared creative works and experiences with each other, which culminates in a deep musical and communicative understanding.

A livestream will be available free of charge at 8pm on the day of the performance and archived for future viewing. Watch below or on YouTube.


This work was developed as part of a Roulette Residency, made possible with funds provided by the Jerome Foundation. It is presented through Roulette’s GENERATE program, providing over 30 artists each year with in-depth creative and technical support.