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As we adapt to this challenging and unparalleled moment presented by COVID-19, our greatest priority is to keep everyone safe and healthy. As a result, Roulette has suspended its live programming for the time being. We hope to resume our Spring Season and welcome you back to our venue in mid-May (or as soon as officials and health experts advise that it is safe to gather). Read our official statement here.

In the meantime, we are excited to introduce Roulette at Home — a way for us to stay connected through special digital content in our newsletters and social media channels. We hope you will join us in the discovery and exploration of concert recordings, video, podcasts, Roulette TV, archival photographs, writing, and interviews from Roulette's 40-year history delivered to you at a social distance.

We believe in the importance of art in difficult times and we remain committed to supporting and nourishing our artists and community. We will see you online, and hopefully in-person very soon.

This month's broadcast of Tracking The Odds features
 the project Volume, recorded at Roulette on November 19, 2010. Three distinguished musicians, electro-acoustic harpist Shelley Burgon, turntablist Maria Chavez, laptop artist Stephan Moore, and electro-acoustic flutist Suzanne Thorpe—all worth investigating individually—created a haunting, abstract journey in a collective effort. 

Tune in: March 23, 3pm–4pm EST on WGXC 90.7-FM 
Drop back into Roulette's 2020 Mixology Festival with photos of the mind bending set by the light and sound duo Rue Bainbridge.
Bandcamp Covid-19 Fundraiser TODAY ONLY


BOMB COVID-19 Artist Resources

I Care If You Listen: COVID-19 Emergency Funding and Artist Resources

NYFA's Emergency Grants for Individual Artists

COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources

Resources for NYS Arts and Cultural Organizations re: Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 | Resources and Updates from NYFA

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