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Rob Harari was recently published in Home Recording magazine! Please
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Stay tuned for more Harari publications in the near future.
SUMMER 2004 NEWS
July marked the opening of the Elysian Café in Hoboken NJ.
HarariVille and Bang Zoom designed the sound treatments and installed
the sound and video systems. The French bistro plans to offer live jazz
music to entertain diners.
HarariVille has teamed up with Boll Design on two projects
beginning this summer. The first venture is a video documenting the
history of the Jewish people in Hoboken. The video is part of the
celebration recognizing the 100 year anniversary of the United Synagogue
in Hoboken. Rob Harari and Joyce Boll are co-producers of the video. The
second project, directed by Ms. Boll, is a series of instructional
videos for a medical services provider.
Another instructional video project was brought to HarariVille by the
French food importer Paris Gourmet. The recording sessions
covered web recipes and tips for using the company’s products.
Boxing’s Best Friend and NYC native, Verne ‘Bulldog’ Williams was
in to record tracks for a project on the legendary fighter Jack Dempsey
which is being co-produced with Rob Harari.
HarariVille once again provided sound design for the fourth annual
New York City Tap Festival at the Duke Theatre on 42nd Street in
NYC. The festival featured the best tap dancers from all over the globe
in more than sixty performances across five nights of shows. The entire
event was dedicated to the memory of the late Gregory Hines.
Summer 2004 marked the end of HarariVille’s tap floor instrument rental
business. Rob Harari will continue to utilize his unique expertise in
this area by providing custom design services for dancers, schools and
NYC Tap Festival, HarariVille