In Other News...
SCOTT CHASOLEN, formerly of the band ulu, has been working
extensively at the 'Ville on his second solo album. Hailing from Northern
New Jersey, Scott hired Producer/Engineer Rob Harari for the follow up to his
debut release, "Solitude Speaks". Assisting on the sessions is Frank Lakatos.
The Holocaust Museum and Study Center in Rochester, NY premiered the museum's latest exhibit, "The Hiding"; a seven-minute binaural audio show directed by David Lenik and sound designed/recorded by Rob Harari. The work depicts what it was like for a 13-year-old and his family to hide underneath floorboards as Nazi soldiers invade the house and aggressively interrogate a Polish family. The exhibit has received tremendous accolades from all over and a mobile exhibit is being planned.
Jack Harari recently finished his short film, "Disconnected Images", and turned to
Rob Harari to compose the original score. Rob has a history of producing soundtracks for
independent films, documentaries and Emmy-award winning television programs.
New York City's TRAVESTY released their latest album,
"Adverse Effects" in February 2006 on Seventh Level Records. The album was recorded and mixed by
Rob Harari, assisted by Chris Speich and Steven Puig. Steve Vavagiakis of BANG ZOOM PRODUCTIONS handled the mastering.
ANDREW NEMR , choreographer and hoofer, has been active with multiple tap endeavors. He is one of the principal figures responsible for the First Annual Finger Lakes Tap Festival in Ithaca, NY. Nemr is constantly working with his dance company "CPD", at venues such as the Playwright's Horizon and the Skirball Center in NYC. Rob Harari continues his participation in the tap community as the sound designer and front of house mixer for the dance productions.