Elliott Sharp: Die Grösste Fuge (The Greatest Fugue), a time travel opera

Thursday, June 13, 2024. 8:00 pm
An opera by Elliott Sharp in which Beethoven becomes unmoored from reality, visits our time, and witnesses its beauties and horrors.

Jeffrey Schanzer: The Past Is Present

Sunday, April 14, 2024. 8:00 pm
The Past Is Present is a cantata about and by Holocaust survivors and their children. The text is taken from Jeffrey’s family members.

LETTERS: a collaboration between filmmaker Mimi Chakarova and pianist/composer Kris Davis

Friday, April 5, 2024. 8:00 pm
A collaborative score and silent film that grew out of the intimate letters an immigrant sends home.

alaara – Tarkovsky: of its own accord

Monday, February 26, 2024. 8:00 pm
Brooklyn-based trio Alaara explores the relationship between their longform improvisations and Andrei Tarkovsky's visual worlds.

Austin Wulliman: The News From Utopia

Thursday, February 15, 2024. 8:00 pm
Austin Wulliman, JACK Quartet and guitarist Alec Goldfarb celebrate the release of The News From Utopia and premiere new works by Wulliman.

Kristin Norderval and Friends: What Comes Back to Us

Wednesday, February 7, 2024. 8:00 pm
An improvised performance in an immersive environment of glass, percussion and gesturally controlled electronics.

Shelley Hirsch: “And So It Was and Was and WaAAass”

Tuesday, January 23, 2024. 8:00 pm
Voice/interdisciplinary artist Shelley Hirsch returns to Roulette to present her new NYSCA-commissioned work.

Phill Niblock 90th Birthday Winter Solstice: 24 Hours of Music and Film, Part 2

Friday, December 22, 2023. 12:00 pm
Phill Niblock stages his annual Winter Solstice concert for the 13th consecutive year at Roulette.

Phill Niblock 90th Birthday Winter Solstice: 24 Hours of Music and Film

Thursday, December 21, 2023. 12:00 pm
Phill Niblock stages his annual Winter Solstice concert for the 13th consecutive year at Roulette.

[Postponed to 2024] Shelley Hirsch: “And So It Was and Was and WaAAass”

Thursday, November 30, 2023. 8:00 pm
Voice/interdisciplinary artist Shelley Hirsch returns to Roulette to present her new NYSCA-commissioned work.