“Don’t know if I ever posted this here, but this an album I made with Harris in 2007.” – Rob Viola
(re-posted from Harris’ main site from 2008)
Eric, Harris, Quentin, Travis
Experimental and Improvised music
We are a group of improvising musicians living in Brooklyn, NY. We started playing together in early 2007, with no goal in mind except to see what happens. We all have degrees from the music school at the California Institute of the Arts. The group’s members are:
- Eric Km Clark – Violin
- Travis Just – Saxophone
- Quentin Tolimieri – Piano
- Harris Wulfson – Violin, Mandolin, Guitar
We hope you will you be enraptured or intrigued or offended or entranced or any other thing, by our music. Here are some mp3’s of our sessions (Sessions 5 and 6):
HEQT (Harris, Eric, Quentin, Travis)
In October 2008, friends and family collaborated on two CD compilations for Harris’ memorial. This one is a collection of Harris’ classical and new music compositions.
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07.03.2011 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm
the wulf. @ MOCA sunday studio presenting music and workshops.
*Matt Barbier and Luke Storm – JUZ by Wolfgang von Schweinitz and a new work by Larry Polansky – 1:00 to 2:00 pm (trombone and tuba)
*Christine Tavolacci – performing Carlos Inderhees’ Buch fur Flöte – 2:00 to 2:55 pm (flute)
*Mark So – Twice Around – 1:00 to 3:30 (cassette playback)
Harris Wulfson – LiveScore – 1:00 to 1:45 pm. (for mixed ensemble)
Performers: Ezra Buchla, Heather Lockie, Christine Tavolacci, Eric Clark, Casey Anderson
*Mike Winter – room and seams – 3:00 to 3:20 pm. (for chimes and strings)
Performers: Mark So, Scott Cazan, Liam Mooney, Corey Fogel, Ezra Buchla, Eric Clark, Laura Steenberge, Heather Lockie
*Corey Fogel – drums – 3:30 – 4:00 pm
*Casey Anderson – Whitespace – 1:50 to 2:30 pm (for radios)
Performers: Corey Fogel, Casey Anderson, Colin Woodford, Colin Wambsgans, Liam Mooney
*Tashi Wada – TBD – 3:00 to 3:30 pm
FRANK, RAUCHENBERG, ALTOON ROOMS:
*Eric KM Clark – Experiment in Memory and Pitch – from 2:30 to 3:00 pm (speaker playback)
RUSCHA, FRANCIS, WHITE ROOMS:
*Laura Steenberge – new work – from 2:20 to 2:50 pm (for three stringed instruments)
*Ezra Buchla – COMPRESSION OF THE CHEST CAVITY MIRACLE – 3:20 to 4:00 (for viola and live electronics)
*Daniel Corral – NEOTROPE – 1:00 to 1:30 pm (for six accordions)
*Dicky Bahto – Documents – 1:30 to 3:00 pm (film)
*Alan Nakagawa – Isocube – 1:45 to 2:15 pm (home-brew electronics)
*Artmaking Activity – 1:00 to 3:45 pm
*Daniel Corral – Music Boxes & Card Pieces – 1:00 to 4:00 pm
*Scott Cazan – new piece – 1:15 to 2:20 pm (home-brew electronics)
*Liam Mooney – 180° – 2:20 to 2:50 pm (triangles and dry ice)
Performers: Mike Winter, Liam Mooney
John Cage – Number 6 – workshop – 2:50 to 3:30 pm
Led by Casey Anderson
08.29.10 8:00 pm
in memoriam harris wulfson
harris wulfson – lost intuition, durations, LiveScore
performed by casey anderson, eric km clark, april guthrie, orin
hildestad, kathy pisaro, gary schultz, mark so, laura steenberge,
christine tavolacci, and mike winter
(followed by grillout with dr. hildestad as chef)
@ the wulf. 1026 s santa fe ave #203 (code 2-0-3 to enter) la ca 90021
the wulf. is located at 1026 south santa fe avenue #203, los angeles,
ca 90021 (southeast downtown close to where the 10 meets the 5).
the wulf. is officially a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization. tax
deductible contributions to the extent permitted by law may be made
payable to the wulf. if you are interested in contributing, please
visit our donate page linked on our website. nonetheless, as we are
just getting started with performances at the wulf., we are lacking
performance space necessities (most importantly, seating); so bring a
cushion, pillow, or chair if you want to relax comfortably on the
concrete floor (though we now have a carpet down).
I looked at Harris’s entry on Wikipedia yesterday and discovered that someone had updated it with the following information:
In December 2008, Scrapple Records issued a recording of Jeremy Woodruff’s Tunebook A as realized by the AB Duo (Seth Meicht and Jeremy Woodruff on saxophones and flute), a work dedicated to Wulfson.
“Too Much for a Pogie” by AB Duo. “Tunebook” by Jeremy Woodruff (realized by AB Duo). “Tunebook” includes recordings of Seth Meicht and Jeremy Woodruff on saxophones and flute. Created in New York City and Berlin, Germany from July-September 2007 (Pogie) and July-November 2008 (Tunebook). “Tunebook A” is dedicated to Harris Wulfson (1974-2008).
11.19.2009 8:00 p.m.
the wulf. presents @ the stone, nyc.
music by eric km clark, joe kudirka, larry polansky, mark so, laura steenberge, mike winter and harris wulfson.
8:00 – 8:45: Harris Wulfson; LiveScore.
8:50 – 8:55: Eric km Clark; new piece.
9:00 – 9:45: Mike Winter; for gregory chaitin.
9:45 – 10:00: Pause.
10:00 – 10:05 – Larry Polansky; 34 Chords.
10:10 – 10:25 – Laura Steenberge; Lucifer in the Shadowlands.
10:30 – 10:45 – Mark So; amid mounting evidence [readings 26], JOHN ASHBERY (2 short litanies), readings 32 – Landscapeople.
10:50 – 10:55 – Laura Steenberge; Elevator Music.
11:00 – 11:15 – Joe Kudirka; Love Letters.
Harris composed the soundtrack for Julie Orser’s video installation project titled, The Garden in 2005.
More information on Julie and the project at: http://www.julieorser.com/new/the_garden.html
three channel video & sound installation
5 min. loop
single channel edit 8 min. 43 sec.
The Garden consists of a three-channel video installation investigating the structure of a three-act narrative by literally dividing it into three separate spatial and temporal components within one installation. The project takes the visual form of the silent comedy of Buster Keaton, however displacing the hero into a highly manufactured and stylized black & white set similar to the films of George Méliès (A French director and magician from the early 1900’s who pioneered special effects and helped to push the new form of film into an artistic context). The hero of this video has a series of mishaps as he tries to plant a garden. His misfortunes are with an antagonistic “cinema” that causes sections of the set to malfunction or move unexpectedly. The camera then goes out of focus, follows him, and eventually his world is turned upside-down.
*The Garden can be screened or installed.
Cast: Andrew Love (as Buster Keaton)
Set Designer: Zoe Frasure
Art Department: Jennifer Bruce, Zoe Frasure, Victoria Fu, Diego J Garza, Ryan Gould, Heidi Gress, Trulee Grace Hall, Rebecca Hobbs, Jon Irving, Fiona Jack, Max Maslansky, Shizu Saldamando, Eric Golo Stone, Josh Stone
Crew: Jason Decker, Rebecca Hobbs, Katie Lewis, Jon Irving, George Wichelns
Dolly Operator: George Wichelns
Music: Harris Wulfson
Still Photography: Rebecca Hobbs, Jon Irving
Hair & Make-Up Artist: Etienne de Damoiseaux
Special Thanks: Chris Bassett, Christine Brandt, Frank Chang, Mary Janacek, John Kim, Noah Peffer, Kimberly Schoen
for the past couple of months, we have been taking time to apply for grants and start wrapping our heads around fundraising. wish us luck and do let us know of any opportunities that we may be unaware of. this effort is to keep the wulf. going strong. to be sure though, it is the amazing community of composers, performers, and listeners that have helped make the wulf. possible. our main goals are to provide better for the performers (fees, equipment and being able to invite out of town guests) and to offset the costs of the organization.
the time has come to start things up again in full force. see below a detailed list of upcoming events starting with a concert of the music of harris wulfson. nonetheless, keep an eye out at our website and for our emailings about other events that may happen spontaneously.
@ the wulf. 1026 s santa fe ave #203
10.04.09 8:00 pm **Note change of date from 10.02.09
in memoriam harris wulfson.
friends of harris present his music: LiveScore, Durations, lookatmeiamafish, Hell. performed by eric km clark, april guthrie, orin hildestad, danny holt, mark so, cassia streb, christine tavolacci, brian walsh, and michael winter. (followed by a grill out with doctor hildestad as chef.)
See this article from Signal To Noise magazine about Harris and LiveScore. Or click the image below for the larger version.
Saturday March 21st 8:30PM
The California E.A.R. Unit presents a concert of young American-based composers
REDCAT-Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater
CalArts’ downtown center for innovative visual, performing and media arts, 631 W. 2nd St. Los Angeles, CA. 90012
Saturday March 21, 2009 – 8:30 PM
“Triumphantly out there… The California E.A.R. Unit is known for taking left turns away from convention.” Los Angeles Times
Inspired by the classic David Bowie pop hit, The E.A.R. Unit surveys fresh new works by young mavericks. The ensemble plays Daniel Wohl’s driving yet oddly sentimental +ou-, Oscar Bettison’s haunting Gauze Vespers veiled with simmering sonorities from dual toy pianos and other innovative orchestrations, Ryan Brown’s Our Friend Adam a verbal play on “Our Friend Atom” a short film that introduced the atom bomb to Ryan as a child who mistook atom to be Adam, Jamu for ensemble and electronics by Christine Southworth drawing from Gamelan melodies, Clay Chaplin’s Rememories, a structured improvisation using 3-D video as a meta-structure for the ensemble based on the relationship of time and memory, Harris Wulfson’s eclectic simplified violin solo 3 Bagatelles, and an exciting new work from the Carlsbad Music Festival Tsar, Matt McBane.
$20 [students $16, CalArts $10] http://www.redcat.org Box Office: 213.237.2800
These performances are funded in part by grants from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs, The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, The James Irvine Foundation, LA County Arts Commission, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Argosy Foundation Contemporary Music Fund, BMI Foundation, Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation, the Amphion Foundation and other generous supporters.
Note: Harris’ work will be performed by Eric km Clark