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Welcome to Roulette at Home for the week of July 9 
RTV: Brandon Lopez

Roulette TV premiere 🎬  This episode documents the first performance of composer and bassist Brandon Lopez's year-long Roulette Residency. Shot in late 2019, sun burns out your eyes features Lopez, Gerald Cleaver (drums), Cecilia Lopez (electronics), and Steve Baczkowski (saxophone). Stay tuned for the second performance of Brandon Lopez's residency this fall.
Roulette TV x ESS
Tuesday, July 14th. 7:00pm.

As part of Experimental Sound Studio’s Quarantine Concerts, Roulette TV presents an evening of classic episodes from our archives, honoring five seminal artists – Pauline Oliveros, Robert Ashley, Jerome Cooper, Billy Bang, and Davey Williams. Each episode features a performance followed by an exclusive interview with the artist on their process and work. Both a historical document and a transformative testament to the power of experimental art, these episodes highlight the vitality of each artist and the ongoing importance of their work.

More info and watch the live stream on July 14th. 
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Todd Barton, and Rachelle Rahmé | Sunday, January 12, 2020

75 Dollar Bill Record Release Show with Joshua Abrams & Natural Information Society | July 1, 2019

Irene Schweitzer | November 12, 2007

Ridgewood Radio
David Weinstein's Ridgewood Radio program this week on features the duo works of pianist Kris Davis & Craig Taborn recorded at Roulette in 2016. The show also features recordings by Terry Riley & Don Cherry, and Steve Reich with Edmund Niemann & Nurit Tilles, with visits from Scott Joplin, Duke Ellington, and Erik Satie. Tune in.
Lifting the Cone of Silence From Black Composers
Roulette Board Member George Lewis celebrates the work of a number of artists and "highlight(s) some of the ways African-American composers have explored what it means — and could mean — to be American" in The New York Times.
Resources and Announcements
Arts for Art Resources

The Red Bull Arts Microgrant Program – Direct Funding for Artists

Black Lives Matter: Ways You Can Help

Anti-Racism Guide: a collection of resources for people who want to do active anti-racism work in their lives and communities

COVID-19 - Racial Equity & Social Justice Resources

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

FCA Emergency Grants COVID-19 Fund 

Arts COVID Big List
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