Roulette began life in 1978 as a loft performance space in Tribeca, Manhattan. That was when the downtown art scene was at its peak.
Roulette has become a center for new music.
Roulette moved to Brooklyn in 2011. It renovated a 1928 Memorial Hall into a 400-seat multimedia theater with music and video recording capabilities.
Roulette has become sort of a community broadcaster. It has a great library of performances.
Latin Culture at Roulette Intermedium
Multi-Grammy nominated Cuban pianist Omar Sosa and Senegalese kora master Seckou Keita bring their Transparent Water tour on Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 8 pm. $26 – $30
Roulette Intermedium Tickets
Get tickets at roulette.org
Visiting Roulette Intermedium
Roulette Intermedium is in Boerum Hill near the Downtown Brooklyn cultural district.
509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
(at Third Ave)
(2) (3) to Nevins St
(4) (5) to Nevins St
(B) to Atlantic Ave Station
(Q) to Atlantic Ave Station
(D) to Atlantic Ave Barclays Center Station
(N) (R) to Atlantic Ave Barclays Center Station
(G) to Fulton St
(A) (C) to Hoyt-Schermehorn
For more information, visit roulette.org