Roulette welcomes pianist Kathleen Supové for an evening of music grounded in artistic excellence and resonant with the feelings we’re all having about the current state of the world. Milica Paranosic’s Meeting Jessica puts you in an MRI machine discovering the tumor that has caused pain for years; inti figgis-vizueta’s a bridge between starshine and clay choreographs the deadly dance of a binary life; Supové own compositions explore responses of children to the pandemic through drawing; Rahilia Hasanova’s Monad digs into her rage upon seeing family members slaughtered in Baku. Finally, Nicole Lizée’s Tarantino Études are inspired by Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction and the Kill Bill series.
Roulette’s Winter season will be presented virtually and available for free on a variety of streaming platforms. Our theater is currently closed for public performances as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and the safety measures that Roulette has put in place to keep staff, artists, and the public safe
“What Ms. Supové is really exploding is the piano recital as we have known it, a mission more radical and arguably more needed.” Anthony Tommasini, NY Times
In 2012, Kathleen Supové received the John Cage Award from ASCAP for “the artistry and passion with which she performs, commissions, records, and champions the music of our time.” She has also received a Visionary Award from Nouveau Classical Project (Sugar Vendil, Artistic Director).
Supové annually presents a series of solo concerts entitled THE EXPLODING PIANO, performing and premiering works by a Who’s Who of contemporary music. The Exploding Piano is a multimedia experience using electronics, theatrical elements, vocal rants, staging, collaboration with artists from other disciplines, Yamaha Disklaviers, laptop orchestras, robots, and XReality. Upcoming projects include MIGRATION. Her latest solo recording is <>