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Welcome to Roulette at Home for the week of April 15. 
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Roulette TV: Anthony Braxton

"We have to stay curious and one function of the music is to remind us that everything is actually miraculous."

Anthony Braxton's 2011 Roulette TV episode centers on a series of concerts he presented in the early days of Roulette's Brooklyn space and includes his Diamond Curtain Wall Trio, his ensemble pieces with three simultaneous conductors and language music improvisations, and the opera Trillium J.
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This week’s playlist is a sampling of some of the electronic music masters who have performed at Roulette over the years. It is anchored, most notably and appropriately, by Richard Teitelbaum, whom we lost last week.

Teitelbaum performed here solo and with a number of familiar Roulette faces over the years including Derek Bailey, Elliott Sharp, Mark Feldman, Ikue Mori, and Jim Staley. A pioneer in synthesizers and improvisation, he also embraced cross-cultural hybrids as a lifelong student of Japanese culture and Jewish mysticism. From his early days with Alvin Curran and Frederic Rzewski in Rome in 1966 as Musica Elettronica Viva, through film and stage works, to his final years teaching at Bard College, he will be remembered as a gentle soul with eternal influence.
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Resources
NYC Low-Income Artist/Freelancer Relief Fund

Airtable Universe: Alternative Programming: Online Performances, Classes, & Events

NYC Well: free, confidential mental health support 

Abrons Art Center Artist Community Relief Fund

Artist Relief

Coronavirus 2020 Artist Relief Funds

Creative Capital: List of Arts Resources During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Arts COVID Big List
Want more? Our digital archive features over 4,000 concerts dating back to our first performance in 1978. Today, this includes hundreds of audio and video recordings, photos, notes, programs, posters, and ephemera collected, restored, and preserved, with thousands of more items to come. The Roulette Archive is available to all for free, online at roulette.org/archive.
 
 
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