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Welcome to Roulette at Home for the week of April 29. 
Bang on a Can Marathon
Sunday, May 3, 2020

This Sunday, we’re partnering with Bang on a Can for six hours of nonstop music! The Bang on a Can Marathon showcases brand new works commissioned especially for the day, played by some of the most amazing performers on the planet.

Meredith Monk
Cassie Wieland "Heart" performed by Adam Holmes
Robert Honstein “Orison” performed by Ashley Bathgate
Vijay Iyer
Anna Clyne “Rapture” performed by Eileen Mack
George Lewis
Shara Nova
Adam Cuthbert
Shelley Washington “Black Mary” performed by Ken Thomson
Martin Bresnick “Ishi’s Song” performed by Lisa Moore
Ken Thomson performed by Robert Black
Nathalie Joachim
David T. Little “Hellhound” performed by Maya Beiser
Miya Masaoka “Music for Ichi-ten-kin (one string koto)”
 Meara O'Reilly
Vinko Globokar “Toucher” performed by Steven Schick
Zoë Keating
Moor Mother
Philip Glass “Knee Play 2” from Einstein on the Beach performed by Tim Fain
Mark Stewart
Mary Halvorson
Molly Joyce 
performed by David Cossin
Ian Chang
Steve Reich “Vermont Counterpoint” performed by Claire Chase
Dai Wei “Song for Shades of Crimson” performed by Todd Reynolds
John Adams “China Gates” performed by Vicky Chow
Tracking The Odds: Reggie Workman
Roulette's monthly broadcast on Wavefarm WGXC 90.7-FM features the doublebass master Reggie Workman with John Purcell, Miya Masoaka, and Gerry Hemingway in a concert that was recorded at Roulette on November 15, 2002.  Tune in.

Ridgewood Radio
David Weinstein's Ridgewood Radio features Japanese Shamisen player Yumiko Tanaka with reed player Ned Rothenberg (here on bass clarinet) with Chinese Pipa player Min Xiao-Fen and duo Vortex (percussionist Satoshi Takeishi and pianist Shoko Nagai). Tune in: Wednesday, April 29, 3–5pm EST
Dive into this week's playlist Free Improv (1989–99) — a sampling of masters of improvisation who act with their ears (and their heart) and not from the page. 
Resources and Happenings
ISSUE PROJECT ROOM Isolated Field Recording series with Shelley Hirsch | April 30

The Tri-State Relief Fund to Support Non-Salaried Workers in the Visual Arts

Musicians Foundation CV19 Emergency Aid Grant Program Application

Jazz Foundation of America -- Housing and Emergency Assistance

Artists at Risk Connection 

NYC Low-Income Artist/Freelancer Relief Fund

Artist Relief

Coronavirus 2020 Artist Relief Funds

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

Arts COVID Big List
This Friday, May 1—and on June 5 and July 3 (the first Friday of each month)—Bandcamp is supporting artists affected by COVID-19 by waiving fees and giving 100% of all sales to musicians, from midnight to midnight PDT on each day.
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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