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Dear the wulf. community,

As many of you might be aware, the wulf. will likely be moving by the end of next year at the latest. We are currently looking for a new home and there are some exciting possibilities on the table. We will keep you posted as things materialize. Regardless of the outcome, it looks like the wulf.'s operating costs will likely double at the very least.

To be transparent: one of the wulf.'s primary expenses is the rent. Currently, each of the people that lives here pays $700 per month, while the organization pays $490. We project that we have enough funds for approximately 8 more months at our current location. But at the point that we need to move, our rent will skyrocket. In order for us to weather the current real-estate climate, we need all the support we can get. It will be essential in ensuring our sustainability and without it, there is the possibility that the wulf. will need to shut its doors. We see this as an opportunity to make the wulf. less dependent on the residents of the space. We must find a space where the residence of the those who run the wulf. are more separated, both physically and financially. Please help us continue.

Our goal this year is ambitious: $20,000 or more. The most helpful way to donate is through a monthly subscription. You can subscribe above or at One of our fundraising goals is to reach $400 more in monthly subscriptions.

All events hosted by the wulf. will remain free. In our 7 years of operation, the wulf. has become well known as a home for the radical. the wulf. is a unique and necessary fixture within the arts community of Los Angeles and abroad. On top of being an important force in the global new music scene, the wulf. has also become an experiment in community and alternative economies, where the hierarchical is subverted in favor of the democratic; ad hoc, yet deeply invested in providing the perfect setting and situation to promote new art of the highest quality. We feel confident that this model, which has resulted in over 280 performances in 7 years, will continue to result in the performance of great music and the innovation it entails by virtue of its openness.

Our email list is almost 900 strong, and our Facebook page has 1900+ likes. If everyone on the list donates $10 to $20, we can reach our goal of $20,000. Or if you are feeling generous, perhaps we can nip this problem in the bud quickly. We dislike asking for money, but it is necessary.


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Artists who presented or had pieces presented in the wulf. this past season:

John Almaraz, Casey Anderson, Jenica Anderson, Jon Armstrong, Isaac Aronson, Justin Asher, Rick Bahto, Happy Valley Band, Matthew Barbier, Georgia Bell, Steven van Betten, Julian Beutel, Olivia Block, Aaron Bresley, Cammisa Buerhaus, Brendan Carn, Joshua Carro, Scott Cazan, Ora Clementi, Crys Cole, Daniel Corral, Cecilia Corrigan, Daykah Daykah, Marilu Donovan, David Doty, Maya Dunietz, Alexander Dupuis, Jordan Dykstra, John Eagle, Nomi Epstein, Martin Escalante, Carmina Escobar, Corey Fogel, Jürg Frey, Mari Garret, Josh Gerowitz, Morgan Gerstmer, Vinny Golia, Billy Gomberg, Sarah Gomez, Emahoy Guèbrou, Anne Guthrie, Leah Harmon, Conrad Harris, John Hastings, Eric Heep, Orin Hildestad, Robert Holliday, Logan Hone, Samantha Hopkins, Bonnie Jones, Jeromos Kamphuis, David Kant, Julian Karahalios, Pauline Kim, Sharon Kim, Kinoear Kinoear, James Klopfleisch, Guy Klucevsek, Peter Kolovos, Ulrich Krieger, Joe Kudirka, Graham Lambkin, John Lely, Todd Lerew, Ben Levinson, Annie Lewandowski, Aurélie Lierman, Manuel Lima, Heather Lockie, Desert Magic, David Mahler, Matt Marble, Erik Montano, Liam Mooney, Liew Niyomkarn, Edward Park, Mint Park, Michael Pisaro, Larry Polansky, Chris Porter, Mel Powell, Powerdove, Horatiu Radulescu, Dean Rosenthal, Karin Rosenthal, Dane Rousay, Marcus Rubio, James Rushford, Doron Sadja, James Saunders, Jason Savvy, Isaac Schankler, Justin Scheid, Christoffer Schunk, Rachel Shearer, Craig Shepard, Beau Sievers, Elliot Simpson, Andrew Smith, Stephanie Smith, Mark So, Guido Spannocchi, Oliver Steinberg, Cari Stevens, Gabie Strong, Davy Sumner, Christine Tavolacci, Kevin Taylor, James Tenney, Joe Thel, Matt Thomas, Suzanne Thorpe, Micaela Tobin, Lisa Truttmann, Ma'Ayan Tsadka, Mustafa Walker, Colin Wambsgans, Alex Wand, Christina Ward, Manfred Werder, Byron Westbrook, Jon Westerlund, Danielle Williamson, Michael Winter, Hugo Wolf, Christian Wolff, Danny Wood, Andrew Young, Walter Zimmermann, Daniel Zuker, Coleman Zurkowski

12.15.2015 8:00 p.m.

Alexander Bruck and Omar López

Vitrales 2004-08. Eduardo Flores Contreras (1971-México) - For Baritone saxophone solo
LINDGREN 1972-73. Mesias Maiguashca (1938-Ecuador) - Baritone saxophone and electronics

6 Momentos for viola. Manuel Rocha Iturbide - a collaboration between Manuel Rocha and Alex Bruck
Son de la Roma. Carlos Iturralde - for amplified viola
Embellie. Iannis Xenakis. - Embellie, for viola

12.13.2015 8:00 p.m.

Liminar Marathon

Liminar, the Mexico City based new music ensemble presents an evening of contemporary music across a wide spectrum, ranging from german avantgarde composer Helmut Lachenmann, who just turned 80, to open scores by the likes of trumpet player Axel Doerner and Liminar’s flutist Wilfrido Terrazas. Also featured are two of Mexico’s most influential living composers, Hilda Paredes and Ignacio Baca Lobera, both born in 1957.

3 sets
8pm    solos w/electronics
9pm    chamber music
10pm     ensemble music

8pm: solos with electronics
Eihie-ji for recorders and electronics 8’ - Hilda Paredes (México, 1957)
ad:am:an:ti:ne for voice and computer - Juan S. Lach (México, 1970)
Until for electric guitar and electronics - Clarence Barlow (India, 1945)
Laja del tiempo for solo violin - Samuel Cedillo

9pm: chamber music

Duo for flute and guitar - Ignacio Baca Lobera (Mexico, 1957)
Dal Niente for solo clarinet - Helmut Lachenmann (Germany, 1935)
Gran Torso
for String Quartet - Helmut Lachenmann (Germany, 1935)

10pm: open scores/large ensemble
Niesicht for ensemble - Axel Dörner (Germany, 1964)
Caminos for three or more musicians - Iván Naranjo (Mexico, 1977)
Retrato de Walter Lärmer for variable ensemble - Wilfrido Terrazas (México, 1974)

Carmina Escobar, voice
Wilfrido Terrazas, flutes
Mónica López Lau, recorders and paetzold flute
Antonio Rosales, clarinet and bass clarinet
Omar López, saxophones
José Manuel Alcántara, guitar
Pedro Salvador, Carrillo harp/percussion
Julián Martínez, violin
Carlo Prieto, violin
Alexander Bruck, viola/violin
Jorge Amador, cello
Jonnathan Méndez, double bass
Carlos Iturralde, electronics
Juan Sebastián Lach, electronics

This performance is made possible by funding from The Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts and REDCAT.

12.05.2015 8:00 p.m.

Jake Rosenzweig | Laura Steenberge | Michael Winter

Jake Rosenzweig
new solo bass piece

Laura Steenberge
study for amplified harmonica and voice

Michael Winter
tergiversate - Jake Rosenzweig, Laura Steenberge, Scott Worthington; amplified basses
to hum and walk - Carmina Escobar; voice and electronics
to walk and ponder - Andrew McIntosh; viola

11.22.2015 5:00 p.m.

Caroline Ducrocq and Justin Asher

A matinee of romantic and decadent bilingual poetry performed by French actress Caroline Ducrocq within an audio triggered generative world created by composer Justin Asher. The event will be half live performance and half album listening to their latest release "Baudelaire to Beckett".

stream the album here:
also available on most streaming services, or CD from at CDBaby

10.30.2015 8:00 p.m.

Branches - Solarc presents Cage

Solarc Brewing performs John Cage's Branches to be paired with a release of their new gruit ale Branches. Instruments used will include some beer ingredients such as hops, malted barley, and juniper, as well as various cacti and local plant materials determined by the I Ching.

09.26.2015 8:00 p.m.

Christian Michael Filardo & Angelo Harmsworth

Christian Michael Filardo - Justice
Composed through unwavering analog generator systems, these works have mathematical precision and concrete rigidity. By inputting miscellaneous data into his equations, Filardo offers his renderings as obvious truths. Without lingering, he leaves with a wink.
"A gavel has no eyes"
This record presents four archival recordings that can be returned to for confirmation and clarity.
Angelo Harmsworth - Cerrillos Disco
Harmsworth presents a set of undemanding impressions through five sublime episodes. Cerrillos Disco is a record removed from the cryptic and the confused. Capturing empty expanse and ancient space, the recordings embrace a tangible romanticism. This work exists with conclusive weight and sincerity. A feverish glimmer in a sterilized landscape. Distilled tonality frames a relentless proposal.

09.12.2015 8:00 p.m.

American Hardcore 7

Sets by:
Casey Anderson
Bill Hutson
Richard Kamerman / Steve Flato

07.31.2015 9:30 p.m.

Liam Mooney presents... (last show before our yearly summer hiatus)

!!!! note that we have moved the start time from 8 pm to 9:30 pm in order for people to be
!!!! able to attend both our event and WasteLAnd event at The Velaslavasay Panorama

There will be music for lumber, probably some metallic percussion instruments, plumbing supplies, and some gently modified balloons.

Casey Anderson
Christine Tavolacci
Isaac Aronson
Joshua Gerowitz
Mark So
Michael Winter
Stephanie Smith
Todd Lerew

Also, since this is our last event before our annual summer hiatus (for about one month), we are considering this show a party/potluck. People are encouraged to bring food and refreshments and are welcome to stay late into the night to celebrate 7 years of what it is that we do...

    • Triangle Festival

      by Liam Mooney
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    • Piece Unknown :: Liam Mooney

      by Liam Mooney
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    • Piece Unknown :: Liam Mooney

      by Liam Mooney
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  • 07.26.2015 5:00 p.m.

    collages & flows

    a convivial, evening long framework

    FIVE COLLAGES (1984-89) 4-track tapemixes by Elaine Barkin
    Assembled (with interactive & reactive energies and outputs of others, hence not “composed”) & Composed (with no pussyfooting around about who’s doing the talking) comprising : textmusicvoicesound soliloquy meditations on eruptive internal & external shifts of focus & purpose; and assemblaged resonances of collaboration work done in intimate environments, work whose conception & realization scrap the requirements of public display, idiosyncratic soundworlds arising out of in&at-the-time interpersonal experience. (EB)

    FLOW CHART (2015) 9 audio cassettes by Mark So
    recorded fields traversing a single reading of “Flow Chart” by John Ashbery

    07.18.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Aurélie Lierman (BE/RW, voice & tape)

    Aurélie Lierman was born in Rwanda but grew up in Belgium from the age of two. She’s trying new directions by fusing radio art, vocal art and composition. Her main focus is her personal field recordings: a large collection of unique sounds and soundscapes from rural and urban contemporary East-Africa. Sound bit by sound bit she’s transforming and sculpting them into something she would call “Afrique Concrète”. Aurélie Lierman’s work has been exhibited, performed and broadcasted throughout Europe, Israel, Morocco, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and USA. She received a number of international awards for her radio pieces and appeared on two Nurse With Wound albums as a sound artist and vocalist. At the wulf. she'll present a selection of her acclaimed “Afrique Concrète” -tape pieces combined with some solo vocal interventions.

  • 07.14.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Gabi Strong, Peter Kolovos/Corey Fogel, Rachel Shearer

    has been an integral player in New Zealand's adventurous and vibrant music and arts community. She has been a member of groups such as Angelhead and Queen Meanie Puss as well as solo under her own name or her Lovely Midget project She has released records via such pivotal labels as Xpressway, Siltbreeze, Ecstatic Peace!, Corpus Hermeticum, Family Vinyard and more. Shearer has also developed a public sound art installation practice with a number of long term installation works dotted around Auckland, and continues to perform live under her own name.

    First ever live collaboration between Fogel on drums/percussion and Peter Kolovos on electric guitar- long time L.A. people coming together- live and free...

    is a California based artist and designer exploring spaces of degeneration, drone and decay as a means to improvise new arrangements of self-reflexive meaning. To explore the arena between exteriority and interiority, she uses sound performance, radio broadcasting, sculpture, photography and video as a mediums for experimentation. In looking for the differential, Strong invokes noise to summon the invisible. Strong is currently exploring themes of spatial decay through her KCHUNG Radio program Crystalline Morphologies.

    • Untitled VI (becoming-animal)

      by Gabie Strong
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    • July 7th, 2015

      by Corey Fogel by Peter Kolovos
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    • Oscillating Missive

      by Rachel Shearer
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  • 07.10.2015 7:30 p.m.

    Suzanne Thorpe/Bonnie Jones and Carmina Escobar

    !!! note early start time !!!!

    Bonnie Jones & Suzanne Thorpe have been collaborating musically and as co-founders of the electronic arts organization TECHNE since 2010. TECHNE teaches workshops combining sound, technology and musical improvisation. Our programs empower young women, increase their involvement in technology, and inspire them to engage in creative and innovative music practices. For the past 3 years TECHNE has gone on tour teaching contact mic buiding workshops to young women at GIrls Rock camps across the US. This summer we're touring Southern California and Texas. As part of the workshops, we like to present a local concert of electronic music to offer context and examples of female professionals working in the field. Tonight's program features a duet by Bonnie Jones & Suzanne Thorpe and a solo by local artist Carmina Escobar.

    Suzanne Thorpe (electroacoustic flute)

    Bonnie Jones (electronics)

    Carmina Escobar (LA, voice)
    Experimental vocalist Carmina Escobar is a creative performer, interpreter of contemporary music, improviser, sound and intermedia artist from Mexico City. Her work focuses primarily on sound, the voice, the body and their interrelations to physical, social and memory spaces. She has intensely explored the capacities of her voice developing a wide range of vocal techniques that she applies not only to her performance and creative practice but also to investigate radical ideas and concepts regarding the voice. She has studied vocal technique with diverse singers and vocalists from Michiko Hirayama, Shelley Hirsh, and Meredith Monk to Juan Pablo Villa and Jaap Blonk. She is the recipient of numerous grants and awards from the US and Mexico and has traveled and toured extensively performing her work.

    • xx

      by Carmina Escobar
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    • Piece Unknown :: Bonnie Jones and Suzanne Thorpe

      by Suzanne Thorpe by Bonnie Jones
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  • 07.03.2015 8:00 p.m.


    KinoEar is an artistic collaboration between musician/composer, Ma’ayan Tsadka, and filmmaker/media artist Danielle Williamson. The collaboration explores the visual and sonic potential of places realized in site-specific soundfilms, where the topography, architecture, found objects, and natural soundscape dictates the form of sonic and visual compositions. Our work presents a unification of sound and image atypical in traditional cinema: we aim to break the hierarchy between the two. Our project recognizes the intersection of these two elements while also being a means through which people can perceive both familiar and lesser-known spaces in different ways.

  • 06.13.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Vinny Golia - Solo Music for Gongs and Woodwinds

    The music for this project derives from my study of Tibetan Singing Bowls, Tam Tams and Gongs combined with a lifelong exploration of performance practices for woodwinds. With the gong and singing bowls ability to create sustained waves of sound, the use of extended woodwind techniques creates an inner space that is at the same time intense yet meditative.

    This performance is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs.

    • Requiem (for Christopher Lee, Ornette Coleman, and Dusty Rhodes), Part I

      by Vinny Golia
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    • Requiem (for Christopher Lee, Ornette Coleman, and Dusty Rhodes), Part II

      by Vinny Golia
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  • 05.23.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Dog Star 11: Happy Valley Band and Desert Magic

    curated by David Kant and Alex Wand

    The Happy Valley Band is the Great American Songbook heard through the ear of a machine. Directed by bandleader David Kant, the ensemble plays transcriptions of popular music classic, made through a process of machine listening and sound analysis. The result is a hyper-complex and microtonal setting, with the machine-mediated score accompanying the original voices of popular music icons such as Elvis, James Brown, and Patsy Cline. The Happy Valley Band is Alexander Dupuis (guitar), Beau Sievers (drums), Andrew Smith (piano), Mustafa Walker (bass), Conrad Harris (violin), Pauline Kim Harris (violin), and David Kant (saxophone), plus frequent special guests.

    Desert Magic will be performing a collection of original rounds about nature and the cosmos entitled A Round The Sun. We are releasing recordings of this music piecemeal on the solstices and equinoxes of the year 2015 on Desert Magic is Alex Wand, Steven Van Betten and Logan Hone.

    This performance is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs.

  • 05.22.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Dog Star 11: Lerew, Kamphuis, Werder

    Todd Lerew - Tribunal of Eternal Revolution
    Jeremos Kamphuis - Hymns
    Manfred Werder - 2012(7)

    Jeromos Kamphuis (1990) is a composer based in The Hague. He studied with Antoine Beuger in Germany and holds a master's in music composition from the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. His music has been performed throughout Europe, the United States and in the Middle East.

    Todd Lerew is a Los Angeles-based composer and instrument builder whose work deals with the physical properties of sound and the nature of perception, exploring the use of sound as a plastic medium, and considering a performance environment as leverage towards moving more deliberately.

    Manfred Werder's 2012(7) is one of an ongoing series referred to by the composer as 'found sentences'.

    This performance is made possible with support from The Netherlands Performing Arts Fund and from the City of Los Angeles, Department of Cultural Affairs.

  • 05.09.2015 8:00 p.m.

    john eagle and aaron bresley

    aaron bresley - still: (sky/light) for two players and still: (blur) for one player: part of an ongoing series that seeks to explore a particular relationship between perception and determination, especially in terms of distance

    john eagle - tuning #3: ear-training exercises in untempered space

  • 05.04.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Michael Pisaro and Graham Lambkin

    Graham Lambkin and Michael Pisaro perform together to celebrate the release of their erstwhile disc, _Schwarze Riesenfalter_. About that disc, Ed Howard has written: “They layer and collage their sounds into a cohesive, almost overwhelming sound world in which individual contributions matter far less than the totality. (…) Rich and immersive, this music is thrillingly balanced between restraint and release, between high drama and quietude.” (reddy brown objects)

    The May 4th performance at the wulf. will depart from this text:


    The twilight stills the lament
    Of the cuckoo in the wood.
    Deeper bows the wheat,
    The red poppy.

    A black storm threatens
    Above the hilltop.
    The ancient trill of the cricket
    Dies in the field.

    The foliage of the chestnut
    Stirs no more.
    Your dress rustles
    On spiral stairs.

    Silently glowing candle
    In the darkening chamber;
    A silvery hand
    made it go out;

    Night of no wind, no stars.

    (Georg Trakl, trans. Michael Pisaro)

    • Summer, after George Trakl

      by Michael Pisaro by Graham Lambkin
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  • 05.02.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Maya Dunietz performs the music of Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou

    Pianist Maya Dunietz will perform piano pieces and songs by legendary Ethiopian composer Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou.

    Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou, born in 1923, is an Ethiopian composer, pianist and nun, living in Jerusalem. She was trained in Western classical music, and lived in Ethiopia, Switzerland, Italy, and Egypt before settling in Israel. In 2013, Maya Dunietz initiated and directed a tribute to Guèbrou at the Jerusalem Season of Culture, which included the first ever publication of Guèbrou's piano pieces, and a series of concerts performed by Dunietz, among others. Over the past two years, Dunietz has been performing recitals of Guèbrou's music around the world. For more information -click here-.
    Maya Dunietz, born in 1981, is a composer, pianist and sound artist. Her work ranges between composing for ensembles and choirs, performing as a pianist and singer, creating performance and sound installations, and building electronic instruments. Dunietz founded the experimental vocal ensemble Givol Choir and is a member of the Israeli band Habiluim. During 2015, Dunietz will be teaching at CalArts as part of the Schusterman Family Foundation artists in residence program. In January 2016, she will have her first solo exhibition at the Center For Contemporary Art in Tel Aviv.

    • Presentiment

      by Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou
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    • Golgotha

      by Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou
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    • The Song of the Sea

      by Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou
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    • Ballad of the Spirits

      by Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou
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    • Jerusalem

      by Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou
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    • The Gardens of Gathsemanie

      by Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou
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    • If Somebody Deserts You

      by Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou
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    • Evening Breeze

      by Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou
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    • Homeless Wanderer

      by Emahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou
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  • 04.19.2015 8:00 p.m.

    casey anderson: voices, percussion

    Four new and recent works:

    TALK RADIO (2011), a radio-driven opera in which the actions taken by each performer are dictated via uncoordinated, quasi-random scanning of frequencies (monitored via headphones).

    false positives (2015), an in-progress circuit for amplified percussion quartet and tuning forks.

    SLIPS (2015), in which a text is distorted via loosely synchronized extensions to vowels or sibilants.

    KARAOKE (2015), a loosely synchronized assemblage of “inside out karaoke” (or perhaps “car karaoke”) performances, i.e. quasi-private accompaniments to one album (monitored via headphones).

  • 03.29.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Powerdove + Ulrich Krieger

    Powerdove's music has been described as "music oscillating between gentle madness and mutant avant-garde" (Longuer D'ondes). A recent exploration at the intersection of song and improvisation has resulted in a suite of powerdove songs arranged for homemade electronics, sampler, and acoustic guitar. For the concert at the wulf, powerdove's Annie Lewandowski will perform these songs solo.

    Ulrich Krieger is presenting a new version of his irregular-ongoing band project 'Blood Oath', a bastard child of experimental music and (doom) metal. Blood Oath will perform the premiere of Fathomless. Slowly shifting asynchronous crippled a-symmetries repeating in endless time warp annihilated variations opening portals to parallel darknesses. This resurr(er)ection of Blood Oath is Ulrich Krieger - saxophone/composition, Joshua Carro - drums, tba - bass.

  • 03.21.2015 11:59 p.m.

    mark so: at midnight (4)

    Jürg Frey - Sam Lazaro Bros. (1984)
    Mark So - songs without end (dark interiors) (2014)
    David Mahler - Children in the Grasses without Knowing Colors (1973)
    Joseph Kudirka - sections 53-77 from Solidarity (2007)

    mark so, keyboards/tape

    • Sam Lazaro Bros.

      by Jürg Frey
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    • songs without end (dark interiors) / sections 53-77 from Solidarity / Children in the Grasses withou

      by Mark So by Joe Kudirka by David Mahler;
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    • 55 Things

      by Colin Wambsgans
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    • 5 Minutes for Percussion Quartet

      by Colin Wambsgans
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    • Soft Targets

      by Colin Wambsgans
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    • wherever you are, there you're at

      by Colin Wambsgans
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  • 03.14.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Liew Niyomkarn - performance and listening party

    Liew will be defusing sound and playing no input mixer. Jon Almaraz will join as a special guest on guitar. Come get cosy with dreamlike sounds.

    Liew Niyomkarn is an artist and an experimentor who works with sound, sculpture and electronic circuit. Her work is known for its ecstatic and unpredictable events and often expresses a flexibility and impermanent behavior.  Liew seeks to discover new ways to engage physiological responses associated with sound and space. Her audio work has been performed in Thailand, New York, Portland, Berlin and Los Angeles.

  • 03.07.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Ora Clementi

    Ora Clementi is the duo of Canadian sound artist crys cole and Australian composer-performer James Rushfordcole is known for her solo work in live performance and sound installations as well as innumerable improvised collaborations with artists that includes Oren Ambarchi, Keith Rowe, Tim Olive,Tetuzi Akiyama, Lance Austin Olsen, Jamie Drouin and Mathieu RuhlmannRushford has an established career as a composer of contemporary classical music, as well as various projects with Joe Talia, Oren Ambarchi, Klaus Lang, Jon Rose, Michael Pisaro, Graham Lambkin and Iancu Dumitrescu.

    Ora Clementi is a unique investigation of liminal performance states in an interpersonal context, often focusing on text and speech as preconscious thought processes. Central to cole and Rushford's 
    duo are questions surrounding interpretation, the function of memory, semiotics, and the syntactical discipline of sound within both listener and performer. Utilizing various musical approaches in unorthodox and disorienting ways, their work often incorporates organ/piano, field recordings, electronics, contact mics, flutes, ocarinas and percussive tools. Using movement and both amplified and acoustic sound, they play with sonic perception and seek to create a dreamlike context hovering between musical moments and pure abstraction.

    • Piece Unknown :: Ora Clementi

      by Ora Clementi
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  • 02.14.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Lisa Truttmann and Guido Spannocchi - Elsewhere Lands

    Elsewhere Lands is a multi-layered media project about theme parks and their audio-visual abstractions. On a road trip in 2013 Lisa Truttmann and Guido Spannocchi researched and visited many parks, interviewed workers and visitors, took notes and thought about the places, their (hi)stories, tales, myths, memories and futures, accumulating a collection of audio-visual material. What was planned as a film project turned into a far more abstracted media art installation with documentary and essayistic elements. In August 2014 Truttmann and Spannocchi converted an old granary in Austria into an exhibition space to present 13 photo collages, a media installation, and a video projection of the interviews. The wulf. has now given the artists the opportunity present their project, give insight into their audio-visual archive, and screen excerpts of the interviews.

    Visual: by Lisa Truttmann,
    Audio: by Guido Spannocchi,
    Special thanks to the interviewees and supporters while traveling
    Supported by BKA and the Piatti family

    • Elsewhere Lands

      by Lisa Truttmann by Guido Spannocchi
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  • 02.07.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Doron Sadja and Byron Westbrook

    Sadja will be presenting selections from "In Slow Motions", a new work for live electronics composed while in residence at EMS in Stockholm. Westbrook's performance will present new work that explores the construction of synthetic spaces built from documentation of choreographed listening activities and performed field recordings.

    Doron Sadja is an American artist and composer whose work explores modes of perception and the experience of sound, light, and space.  Working primarily with multichannel spatialized sound – combining pristine electronics with lush romantic synthesizers, dense noise, and computer-enhanced acoustic instruments, Sadja creates post-human, hyper-emotive sonic architecture.

    Byron Westbrook is an artist and musician based in Brooklyn NY. He works with listening, space, perception and awareness, often pursuing routes with social engagement. His electronic sound interventions play with dynamics of perception of space, sometimes as multi-channel sound performances or as installation work using video or lighting. He has presented work at ICA London, Clocktower Gallery, ISSUE Project Room, Roulette, Diapason Gallery, Eyebeam (NYC), Human Resources (Los Angeles), The LAB (San Francisco), International House (Philadelphia), VIVO (Vancouver), Instants Chavirés (Paris), O’ (Milan) among others. He has an MFA from Bard College, where he studied with David Berhman, Marcus Schmickler, Laetitia Sonami and Marina Rosenfeld. He has also worked closely with Phill Niblock at Experimental Intermedia Foundation in NYC since 2005. He has been an artist in residence at Clocktower Gallery, Wassaic Project, Diapason Gallery and is a 2014 Civitella Ranieri Fellow. He has releases with Sedimental, Los Discos Enfantasmes, Three:Four Records and will have an LP release in Spring 2015 with Root Strata.

    • Dumbo Power Plant Walk

      by Byron Westbrook
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    • Mount Washington #1

      by Byron Westbrook
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    • Pink Noise and Crickets

      by Byron Westbrook
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    • Violin under the Pulaski

      by Byron Westbrook
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    • Walden Transformer Hum

      by Byron Westbrook
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    • Electronic Tambura in F

      by Byron Westbrook
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    • Mount Washington #2

      by Byron Westbrook
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    • Viola and Exhaust Fan

      by Byron Westbrook
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    • Bocce Court

      by Byron Westbrook
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    • “In Slow Motions”

      by Doron Sadja
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  • 01.31.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Coleman Zurkowski presents...

    Experimental vocal works by Coleman Zurkowski.  The concert will also feature select works by Danny Wood, Chris Schunk, and Andrew Young.

    • Death Song of the Last Siren

      by Joshua Carro
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    • For Harp Player I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VIII

      by Christian Wolff
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    • Dreams at a Funeral

      by Christina Ward
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    • Seven Miniatures

      by Mel Powell
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    • A Taxonomy Of

      by Andrew Young
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  • 01.23.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Cammisa Buerhaus's ISIS VIRUS with Cecilia Corrigan


    Cammisa Buerhaus is a composer and sculptor who works between sound and performance. She is known for her sculptural instruments. She is a founding member of the performance group Full Disclosure, the band Daikyo Furoshiki, and runs Wild Flesh, a private press record label. Her work has recently been presented by Kunsthalle Basel, Home Alone 2, MoMA PS1, and Issue Project Room. She is currently acting with The NYC Players.

    Cecilia Corrigan is a writer and performer based in New York. Her debut book,Titanic (Northwestern University Press, 2014) was awarded the Madeleine P. Plonsker Prize. Titanic was on Flavorwire’s Top Ten Academic Press books and Flavorwire’s Top Ten Poetry books of 2014. She has previously worked on HBO'sLuck for show-runner David Milch, and recently finished her first feature screenplay. She also writes fiction and performs stand up comedy.

  • 01.17.2015 8:00 p.m.

    Manuel Lima presents The Red-Light

    The Red-Light is a piece for piano, viola, percussion, visuals and electronics. With Eric Heep - programing and visuals; Davy Sumner - percussion; Manuel Lima - piano; Jordan Dykstra - viola and loop pedals; Justin Scheid - electronics.