WILLIAM HELLERMANN

P.O. Box 31

Philmont, NY 12565-0031

518-672-0122

e-mail: whellermanncnm@taconic.net

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1939. Educated at the University of Wisconsin (BS 1962), private study with Stefan Wolpe (1963-1965), Columbia University (MA 1969), and Columbia University ­ School of the Arts (DMA 1976).

AWARDS

1992 SOS Grant from Rensselaer County Council on the Arts

1991 NEA Opera Music Theatre ­ New American Works Grant

1990 New York State Council on the Arts Music Commissioning Grant

1989 New York State Council on the Arts ­ Visual Arts Panel, Performance Art Grant in collaboration with the Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble

1988 New York State Council on the Arts Visual Arts Performance Art Grant

1985 New York State Council on the Arts Individual Artists Grant from the Media Panel

1984 New York State Council on the Arts Sponsored Projects Awards to Visual Artists for Sound Sculpture realized with Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble

1983 New York State Council on the Arts Commissioning Grant for Music Composition

1982 Grand Prize, XV Festival Internacional de Teatro, Barcelona, Spain for Extraordinary Histories (The Poe Project) with the Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble

1981 Martha Baird Rockefeller Fund for Music Supplemental Grant

1979 National Endowment for the Arts Composers Fellowship

1979 Creative Artists Public Service Grant Gallery Association of New York Lecture/Workshop Grant

1977 Composer in Residence. Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, Buffalo, New York

1976 National Endowment for the Arts Composers Fellowship Creative Artists Public Service Grant

1975 Martha Baird Rockefeller Fund for Music Aid to Composers Award American Music Center Composer Assistance Award

1972 Prix de Rome Fellowship to the American Academy in Rome Alte Kirche Boswil Foundation Prize (Switzerland) Gaudeamus Festival (Holland)

1970 American Music Center Composer Assistance Award Gaudeamus Festival (Holland)

1968 Dartmouth 1st International Electronic Music Competition Prize

1967 Composer Fellowship to Tanglewood

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1994 ART/OMI-Ledig House, Ghent, New York

1988 Todd Capp Gallery, New York City

1987 Mission Gallery, New York City

1985 Mission Gallery, New York City Casa Du Monde Gallery, New York City

1984 Real Art Ways (RAW), Hartford, Connecticut

1982 Real Art Ways (RAW), Hartford. Connecticut

1981 Franklin Furnace, New York City

1980 Real Art Ways (RAW), Hartford, Connecticut

1979 Project Studios One (P.S. 1), Long Island City. New York

1978 The Kitchen, New York City Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York Det Unge Tonkunstlerskab, Huset, Denmark

1977 Centre Cultural Americain, Paris, Prance Project Studios One (P.S. 1), Long Island City, New York

1976 A.C.I.A. Gallery, New York City

GROUP SHOWS

1999 CCCA Juried Group Show, Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, New York

1998 Fanelli Show, OK Harris Gallery, New York City

1996 CCCA Photo Group Show, St. Charles Space, Hudson, New York

1995 CCCA Photo Group Show, St. Charles Space, Hudson, New York

1994 Synesthesia, San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, Texas

1992 Music for Eye & Ear, Emily Harvey Gallery, New York City Dimensions of Sculpture, Foundation Gallery, CGCC, Hudson, New York On the Vanishing Point, In Series, Mount Vernon College, Washington, D.C.

1991 Exiles on Main Street, 313 Gallery, New York City NNYA, Saratoga Springs, New York

1990 Hard Corps, Bullet Space, New York City

1986 Huddersfield Art Gallery, England Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, England Serpentine Gallery, London, England Cuisinart, Mission Gallery, New York City Summer Sculpture Show, El Bohio, New York City Mappin Gallery, Sheffield, England

1985 Nexus Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania America at Work, Fashion Moda, New York City On the Walls/On the Air, Hayden Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts Alles und Noch Viel Mehr, Kunst Museum, Bern, Switzerland Fourth Holiday Invitational, A.I.R. Gallery, New York City

1984 The Sound/Art Show, The Sculpture Center, New York City Maine Photographic Workshops Show, Ledel Gallery, New York City The Sound/Art Show, Brooklyn Arts and Cultural Association, DCC Gallery, Brooklyn, New York Con Rumore, Den Haag, Holland The Sound/Art Show, Hartford Arts School, Hartford, Connecticut Art Awareness Gallery, Lexington, New York

I983 1984 Artists' Response, BrookIyn, New York Terminal Art Show, BrookIyn, New York Spare Parts, City Gallery, New York City

1982 Earworks, Grommet Gallery, New York City Down and Out of New York, Wake Forest Univ., Winston-Salem, North Carolina From the Permanent Collection of the Alternative Museum, NEA Gallery, Washington, D.C. The Monument Redefined, Gowanus Annual II, BrookIyn, New York The Four Directions, American Indian Community House Gallery, New York City Sound Corridor, Project Studios One (P.S. 1), Long Island City, New York Kunstlerschallplatten und Partituren, Gelbe Musik, West Berlin Sonorita Prospettiche, Rimini, Italy Cloudworks, Stewart Neill Gallery, New York City

1981 Crossovers, Just Above Midtown/Downtown Gallery (JAM), New York City Sixth Anniversary Exhibition, Alternative Museum, New York City Soundings, Neuberger Museum, Purchase, New York

1980 Musical Manuscripts, The Drawing Center, New York City

1979 Scores and Notations, Project Studios One (P.S. 1), Long Island City, New York

1976 Musical Scores, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1973 Contemporary Music Scores, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland

1972 Graphic Music, Istituto Italo-Latino Americano, Rome, Italy

1971 Music Notation, Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo. New York

SOLO PERPORMANCES

1993 Rake's Progress, DownTown Ensemble, Amble Dance Movement Center, Mellenville, New York

1992 After Dinner Music, One Bar Blues, El Ropo, DownTown Ensemble, Columbia-Greene Community College, Hudson, New York

1991 Non-Music for Musicians & Artists, Nantucket School of Art and Design, Nantucket, Massachusetts

Works by Dick Higgins, John Cage & Peter Zummo, DownTown Ensemble, Columbia--Greene Community College, Hudson, New York

1990 Works by Gaber, Goode, Zummo & Didkovsky, DownTown Ensemble, Greenwich House, New York City

Works by Lanza, Fulkerson, Gibson & Hovda, DownTown Ensemble, Greenwich House, New York City

Work by David Rosenbloom, DownTown Ensemble, Greenwich House, New York City

1986 Afterdinner Music, El Ropo, Goode Music Loft, New York City

Distances/Embraces, 537 Artworks, New York City

Afterdinner Music, Rake's Progress, Dharma Music Festival, Samaya Foundation, New York City

Hit Tune, Medicine Show Theatre Benefit, New York City

1985 Squeek, Creative Time Art on the Beach, New York City

Tremble, Hampshire College, North Hampton, Massachusetts

Sheet Music, Music Weighs an Egg, El Ropo, See Hear Festival, Samaya Foundation, New York City

1984 Go Guitars (by Lois V. Vierk), Experimental Intermedia Foundation, New York City

Sound Slide Show (w/Guy Klucevsek), Experimental Intermedia Foundation, New York City

El Ropo, Video Thanka, Samaya Foundation, New York City

For the Birds, Art Music Benefits, Area, New York City

1983 Equal Billing (and Cooing), Cheep Imitation, Ave Maria, The Bartered Bird, a Bird in the Band is Worth Two in the Bush, Bee Minor Mess, Tweet Suite, Chops, Squeeze Play, Deutsches Requiem, Hell's Bells, Mama Dada, Hit Tune, Vowel Movement, The Barbershop Quartet, The Pacman Canon, French Overture, Footnotes to a French Overture, Wind Up Symphony, New Found Land Theatre, New York City

Squeek, Spare Parts, City Gallery, New York City

Squeek, Ear Benefit, St. Bartholomew's Church, New York City

Cheep Imitation, Museum School, Boston, Massachusetts

Lady Astor (by Eleanor Hovda), Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MInnesota

Morton Feldman Says (by Robert Ashley), Project Studios One (P.S. 1), Long Island City, New York

Tremble, DK Studio, Minneapolis, Minnesota

1982 Free Gotha I (by Jackson Mac Low), Washington Square Methodist Church, New York City

Nests, The New Wilderness Foundatio, New York City

Cheep Imitation, Villa Maria College, Buffalo, New York

For the Birds, Hall Walls, Buffalo, New York

For the Birds, Genesee State College, Buffalo, New York

1976 The Extended Guitar, Everson Museum. Syracuse, New York

Eye Scores Performance, A.C.I.A. Gallery, New York City

Meditative Partcipative Sound, The Brook, New York City

Local Exits, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan

The Extended Guitar, The Brook, New York City

En-Trances, Sounds Out Of Silent Spaces, New York City

Hums and Quacking, The Hartford School of the Arts, Hartford, Connecticut

The Extended Guitar, Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut

Nests, Sounds Out Of Silent Spaces, New York City

1975 The Extended Guitar, McIntosh Center, New York City

Clips and Pieces, The Kitchen, New York City

The Extended Guitar, Amerikahaus, Munich, West Germany

The Extended Guitar, Festival D'Orleans, Orleans, France

The Extended Guitar, Free Music Store, Albany, New York

Salome (music for the theatre production by the Lindsay Kemp Mime Company of London),

The New York Theatre Ensemble, New York City

1974 The Extended Guitar, Amerikahaus, Berlin, West Germany

The Extended Guitar, Musik Forum, Uppsala, Sweden

The Extended Guitar, Fylkingen, Stockholm, Sweden

1973 The Extended Guitar, Biennale de Paris, Paris, France

The Extended Guitar, Radio Berne, Berne, Switzerland

1972 Part Sequences for an Open Space II, Loeb Student Center, New York City

CONCERT PERFORMANCES

1996 Post/Pone, DownTown Ensemble, Greeenwich House Music School, New York City

1995 For Otto (A Line in Return), DownTown Ensemble, Greeenwich House Music School, New York City

1994 On the Vanishing Point, DownTown ensemble, Art-Omi, Omi, New York

Hoist by Your Own Ritard, Interpretations Series, Merkin Hall, New York City

For John C-A-G-E, Joseph Kubara Recital, Roulette, New York City

1993 Rake's Progress, DownTown Ensemble, Amble Dance Movement Center, Mellenville, New York

Taps, Rock Music (Where the rub Comes In), DownTown Ensemble, Amble Dance Movement Center, Mellenville, New York

Taps, Rock Music (Where the rub Comes In), DownTown Ensemble, Amble Dance Movement Center, Mellenville, New York

For John C-A-G-E, DownTown Ensemble, Greenwich House, New York City

Hoist By Your Own Ritard, Interpretations, Merkin Hall, New York City

1992 After Dinner Music, One Bar Blues, El Ropo, DownTown Ensemble, Columbia-Greene College, Hudson, New York

On the Vanishing Point, DownTown Ensemble, In Series, Washington, D.C.

On the Vanishing Point, Goode Music Loft, New York City

1991 Still and All, NYU Composer's Forum, New York City

Blood on the Dining-Room Floor (text by Gertrude Stein), Medicine Show Theatre, New York

1990 Post/Pone, DownTown Ensemble, Greenwich House, New York

1989 On the Vanishing Point, The World Music Institute, Washington Sq. Methodist, New York City

Juicy Music, New Music America, Merkin Hall, New York City

1986 Music Sweeps Up, One Bar Blues, DownTown Ensemble, Greenwich Music School, New York City

1985 Still Lives, Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble, Queens Museum, Queens, New York

Still Lives, Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble, Neuberger Museum, Rye, New York

Long Island Sound, Samaya Foundation, New York City

1984 Still Lives, Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble, City Gallery, New York City

Still Lives, Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble, Lincoln Center, New York City

Circle Music 2, DownTown Ensemble, La Mama Annex, New York City

Circle Music 2, The Sculpture Center, New York City

1983 Three Sisters Who are Not Sisters, Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble, New Found Land Theatre, New York City

Extraordinary Histories, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, N.C.

Extraordinary Histories, Hollins College, Hollins, Virginia

Long Island Sound, Relache, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1982 Afterthoughts 1, Symphony Space, New York City

Extraordinary Histories, Arnold Schoenberg Institute, Los Angeles, California

Extraordinary Histories, Grand Odeon, Montpellier, France

Extraordinary Histories, Henie-Onstad Museum of contemporary Art, Oslo, Norway

Extraordinary Histories, XV Festival International de Teatre, Barcelona, Spain

Extraordinary Histories, Medicine Show Theatre Ensemble, New Found Land Theatre, New York City

Distances/Embraces, Gallery of Art, Chicago, Illinois

To Brush Up On, Buscaglia Catellani Art Gallery, Niagra Falls, New York

Round and About, Daeman College, Buffalo, New York

Ek-Stasis II, Stockholm, Sweden

To Brush Up On, Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York

Ek-Stasis II, Belgium

On the Vanishing Point, North/South Consonance, New York City

1981 At Sea, Settembre Musica, Torino, Italy

For Otto: A Line in Return, Roulette, New York City

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Roulette, New York City

At Sea, Roulette, New York City

Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, Montreal, Canada

Round and About, Barcelona, Spain

Tremble Too, Roulette, New York City

Three Weeks in Cinncinnati in December, Roulette, New York City

Circle Music 3, Rutgers, New Jersey

The Violin Between Us, Roulette, New York City

1980 Three Weeks in Cinncinnati in December, Experimental Intermedia Foundation, New York City

Three Weeks in Cinncinnati in December, Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, Buffalo, New York

Still and All, Boston Conservatory, Boston, Massachusetts

2 Vibraphones, The Drawing Center, New York City

To Brush Up On, To the Last Drop, The Kitchen Center, New York City

1979 Three Weeks in Cinncinnati in December, The American Center, Paris, Prance

Long Island Sound, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Still and All, The Music Gallery, Summit, New Jersey

Distances/Embraces, Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, Buffalo, New York

Long Island Sound, Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, Buffalo, New York

2 Vibraphones, Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, Buffalo, New York

Long Island Sound, Sonavera Festival Orchestra, Catskills, New York

Hidden Drives 1, Carles Santos - piano recital, Barcelona, Spain

Long Island Sound, Musical Elements Series, New York City

Distances/Embraces, Lowell State College, Lowell, Massachusetts

Distances/Embraces, Boston Conservatory, Boston, Massachusettr

Round and About, Antwerp, Belgium

Distances/Embraces, New England Conservatory, Boston, Massachusett!

Round and About, Robert Blackwood, Australia

Round and About, Torrens Art School, Australia

Distances/Embraces, Boston Classical Guitar Society, Boston. Massachusetts

Stop/Start, Orchestra Studio, Victorian College of the Arts, Australia

Round and About, Experimental Art Foundation. Australia

1978 Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), World Music Days, International Society for Contemporary Music, Stockholm, Sweden

Round and About, Queensland Festival of the Arts, Australia

Round and About, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

Distances/Embraces, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Round and About, Arts from America, Caulfield Arts Centre, Australia

Round and About, Peninsula Music Society, Australia

Round and About, C.C.H.E. Union, Australia

Round and About, 1st National Trombone Seminar, Australia

Afterthoughts 1, Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, Buffalo, New York

1977 Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Phil Corner, The Kitchen, New York City

Distances/Embraces, Glasboro State College, New Jersey

Still and All, Glasboro State College, New Jersey

Distances/Embraces, International House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Still and All, International House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Distances/Embraces, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Still and All, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), John Tilbury, Room 100, Buffalo, New York

Still and All, , Room 100, Buffalo, New York

Distances/Embraces, Project Studios One (P.S. 1), Long Island City, New York

Still and All, Project Studios One (P.S. 1), Long Island City, New York

At Sea, Huset, Lordag, Denmark

At Sea, Stichtung Combinatie Van Utrechtse Muziekbelangen, Bilthoven, Holland

At Sea, Centre Cultural Americain, Paris, France

Afterthoughts 1, Holland Festival, Amsterdam, Holland

Distances/Embraces, Rutgers College, Brunswick, New Jersey

Still and All, Rutgers College, Brunswick, New Jersey

Distances/Embraces, Museum of Modern Art, Summergarden, New York City

Still and All, Museum of Modern Art, Summergarden, New York City

Still and All, American Landmarks Festival, New York City

At Sea, American Landmarks Festival, New York City

Ariel, Pollack Hall, Montreal, Canada

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Carla Hübner, Hirschhorn Museum, Washington, D.C.

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Carla Hübner, Century Club, San Francisco, California

"anyway... ", for Symphony Orchestra, Greenwich Philharmonic, Greenwich, Connecticut

"anyway... ", for Symphony Orchestra, Greenwich Philharmonic, Greenwich. Connecicut

1976 Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Carla Hübner, Purcell Room, London, England

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Carla Hübner, Gaudeamus Festival, Holland

Round and About, Grupa Alea, Madrid, Spain

Still and All, Society for New Music, Syracuse, New York

For the Third Time, A.C.I.A. Gallery, New York City

At Sea, A.C.I.A. Gallery, New York City

Behind Bars, A.C.LA. Gallery, New York City

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Carla Hübner, Golden Attic Chamber Music Society, Staten Island, New York

"But, the Moon...," Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, Alice Tully Hall, New York City

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Phil Corner, The Hartford School of the Arts, Hartford, Connecticut

Still and All, The Hartford School of the Arts, Hartford, Connecticut

Still and All, Bowdoin College, New Brunswick. Maine

Distances/Embraces, Bowdoin College, New Brunswick. Maine

Still and All, Real Art Ways. Hartford, Connecticut

Long Island Sound, The Royal Conservatory, London, England

Long Island Sound, The Montreux Festival, Switzerland

1975 Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Philip Corner, Livingston College, Brunswick, New Jersey

Still and All, Barnard College, New York City

Afterthoughts 1, The Kitchen, New York City

Long Island Sound The Kitchen,New York City

Still and All, The Kitchen, New York City

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Phil Corner, The Kitchen, New York City

On the Edge of a Node, The Kitchen, New York City

Ek-Stasis I, 12th Annual Avant Garde Festival, New York City

Mai '68, 12th Annual Avant Garde Festival, New York City

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Carla Hübner, Alice Tully Hall, New York City

Ek-Stasis I, Pollack Hall, Montreal, Canada

Circle Music 2, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan

Distances/Embraces, Amerikahaus, Munich, West Germany

Still and All, Festival D'Orleans, Orleans, France

"But, the Moon...," L'Itineraire, Carre Thoringy, Paris, France

Distances/Embraces, Albany, New York

Time and Again for Orchestra, Cliff Keuter Dance Company, New York City

1974 On the Edge of a Node, Villa Aurelia, Rome, Iraly

Long Island Sound, L'Itineraire, Englise des BIancs Manteux, Paris, France

Distances/Embraces, Musik Forum, Uppsalla

Distances/Embraces, Fylkingen, Stockholm, Sweden

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg), Carla Hübner, Villa Aurelia, Rome, Italy

Passages 13 - The Fire, Gerard Schwarz, SoHo Ensemble, O.K. Harris Gallery, New York City

Ariel, The Forum Players, Napoli, Italy

Ariel, Sonja Henie Art Center, Hovikodden, Norway

Ek-Stasis I, Sonja Henie Art Center, Hovikodden, Norway

Columbus Circle, Contemporary Arts Pestival, Champaign/Urbana, Illinois

Circle Music 1, Groupe D'Etudes et Realizations Musicales, Orleans, France

1973 Time and Again for Orchestra, RAI Symphony Orchestra, Rome, Italy

Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, Instituto Italo Latino Americano, Rome, Italy

Passages 13 - The Fire, Gerard Schwarz, Aspen Music Fesival, Aspen Colorado

Ek-Stasis I, Amerikahaus, Berlin, West Germany

Round and About, Conservatorio National de Musica, Mexico City, Mexico

Round and About, Manuel Enriquez Recital, Mexico City, Mexico

Circle Music 1, Musik Unserer Zeit, Munich, West Germany

Circle Music 3, The Manson Ensemble, Royal Academy, London, England

One into Another (Ariel), University of Illinois Chamber Players, Champaign/Urbana.

Distances/Embraces, Musee D'art Moderne, Paris, France

Distances/Embraces, Beat 72, Benefit for Chile, Rome, Italy

Distances/Embraces, American Academy, Rome, Italy

Distances/Embraces, Radio Berne, Berne, ltaly

Distances/Embraces, Forum Players, Rome, Italy

Distances/Embraces, DeTollis Theatre, Rome. Italy

Distances/Embraces, Sala Maggiore, Trieste, Italy

Distances/Embraces, Rassegna di Cultura, Pordenone, Italy

Distances/Embraces, Circolo Borghese, Florence, Italy

Stop/Start, Ensemble Musique Instrumentale Contemporaine de Paris, Paris, France

1972 Ek-Stasis I, Berlinerfest den Avantgardisten Musik, Berlin, West Germany

Ek-Stasis I, Cubiculo Theatre, New York City

Ek-Stasis I, Cubiculo Theatre, New York City

Ek-Stasis II, Philadelphia Composers Forum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Ek-Stasis II, Theatre de la Cite, Paris, France

Round and About, The Kitchen, New York City

Round and About, Bowdoin College, New Brunswick, Maine

Round and About, The Forum Players, Rome.,Italy

Circle Music 1, Alte Kirche Boswil, Basle, Switzerland

Circle Music 1, The Forum Players, Rome, Italy

Circle Music 2, Nuova Consonanza, Rome, Italy

Circle Music 3, Studio Musique Contemporaine, Gaudeamus Festival, Holland

One into Another (Ariel), Bruce Levine Recital, New York City

1971 Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, Sea Cliff Music Festival, New York City

Ariel, University of Virginia, Charlottesburg, West Virginia

Resonata, Georgia State Brass Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia

Formata, Per Brevig Recital, Norway

Ek-Stasis II, Contemporary Music Ensemble of Northwestern, Evanston, Illinois

Ek-Stasis II, Contemporary Music Ensemble of Northwestern, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Round and About, Spencer Church, BrookIyn, New York

Round and About, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey

Round and About, Composers/Performers Group, New York City

Round and About, CDmposers Theatre Festival, New York City

Round and About, Alliance Francaise, New York City

Round and About, Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont

Round and About, Immaculate Heart College, Los Angeles., California

I970 Ariel, La Casa Americana, Madrid, Spain

Ariel, Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center Tenth Anniversary Concert, New York City

Formata, Instituto DiTella, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Formata, Evenings for New Music, New York City

Formata, Evenings for New Music, Buffalo, New York

Ek-Stasis I, International Festival of Electronic Music, Albany, New York

Time and Again for Orchestra, Utrecht Symphony Orchestra, Rotterdam, Holland

Time and Again for Orchestra, Utrecht Symphony Orchestra, Utrecht, Holland

Ek-Stasis II, Automation House, New York City

Ek-Stasis II, University of Northern Illinois, DeKalb, Illinois

Ek-Stasis II, Alice Tully Hall, New York City

Ek-Stasis II, Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C

1969 Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City

Ariel, 3rd Festival of Contemporary Arts, Wilson, North Carolina

Ariel, Fylkingen, Stockholm, Sweden

Formata, Carnegie recital Hall, New York City

Formata, WBAI Free Music Store, New York City

Formata, Music in Our Time Series, New York City

Ek-Stasis I, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa

Ek-Stasis I, 3rd Festival of Contemporary Arts, Wilson, North Carolina

Ek-Stasis I, The Electric Circus, New York City

Ek-Stasis I, New Music Consort, Lincoln, Nebraska

Ek-Stasis I, Eastern Tennessee State University Humanities Festival, Johnson City, Tennessee

Ek-Stasis I, Composers Theatre, New York City

Mai '68, The Electric Circus, New York City

Mai '68, Columbia University, New York Citg

1968 Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, Biblioteca Nacional, Santiago, Chile

Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, Composers Theatre, New York City

Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, Maison Francaise of N.Y.U., New York City

Ariel, Thc Electric Circus, New York City

Ariel, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa

Ariel, Contemporary Directions, Ann Arbor. Michigar

Ariel, 1st Dartmouth International Festival of Electronic Music, Hanover, New Hampshire

Ariel, Group for New Music, Portland, Oregon

Formata, Columbia University, New York City

Formata, Composers Group for International Performance, Madison, New Jersey

Formata, Center for Interamerican Relations, New York City

Ek-Stasis I, Greenwich House Music School, New York City

1967 Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, Greenwich House Music School, New York City

Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, Pan American Union, Washington, D.C.

Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, WNYC American Music Festival, New York City

Inter-Polations, Carla Hübner, McMillan Theatre, New York City

Ariel, Composers Theatre, New York City

Ariel,Pontifica Universitaria Catolica del Peru, Lima, Peru

Ariel, Instituto Cultural, Lima, Peru

Ariel, Columbia Composers, McMillan Theatre, New York City

Poem for soprano and Four Instruments, Group for Contemporary Music, New York City

Resonata, Music in Our Time,, Town Hall, New York City

Resonata, Tanglewood Fromm Players, Lenox, Massachusetts

Formata, Instituto Cultura, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Formata, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rica

VIDEO

Squeek, produced by Global Village, New York City, ©William Hellermann 1978

The Early Bird Gets the Worm, produced by Global Village, New York City, ©William Hellermann 1978

Tremble, produced by the Western Front Lodge, Vancouver, Canada, ©William Hellermann 1980

DISCOGRAPHY

Ariel, Turnabout Records (VOX), TV 34301

At Sea, Edipan, PAN PRC S20-08

Ek-Stasis II, Contemporary Recordings Inc. (CRI) SD 299

On the Edge of a Node, Contemporary Recordings Inc. (CRI) SD 336

Passages 13 - The Fire, Nonesuch Records, H-71275

PUBLICATIONS

MUSICAL SCORES BY WILLIAM HELLERMANN

"Afterthoughts 1," Pieces 3..., Michael Byron, Editor, Ontario, Canada, 1977

"At Sea," Ear Magazine, Vol. 3, No. 6, New York, New York, New Wilderness Foundation, Sept./Oct. 1977.

Circle Music 2, for two or more instruments, Merion Music, Theodore Presser Company, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania,

1980.

Circle Music 3, for six players, Merion Music, Theodore Presser Company, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 1980.

Clash/Clash, Stamps. Number 2, hand-made limited edition, New York, New York, R. Jacks Publisher, November 1977.

Crunch, Seventy- Six Pages, New York, New York, Summer 1977.

Distances/Embraces for solo guitar, Merion Music, Theodore Presser Company, BrynMawr, Pennsylvania, 1980.

Drip, Seventy-Six Pages, New York, New York, Summer 1977.

Ek-Stasis II, for timpani, piano and tape, American Composers Edition, American Composers Alliance, New York, New York, 1978.

Entrances, Scores: An Anthology of New Music, Roger Johnson, ed., New York, New York: Schirmer Books, Macmillan Publishing Co., 1980.

Exchanges, A Unique Colleclion of CIassic Guitar Pieces, Harvey Vinson, ed., New York, NewYork, Consolidated Music Publishers. Inc., 1972.

For John C-A-G-E, MusikTexte: Zeitschrift für Neue Musik, Vol. 46/47, Cologne, Germany, 1992

"Four Cents (a piece)," Benzene, Vol. 1, No. 3, New York, New York, Summer/Fall, 1981

Four Pieces for Guitar, Media Press, Champaign/Urbana, Illinois, 1969.

Homage to John Cage (photo of object), MusikTexte: Zeitschrift für Neue Musik, Vol. 46/47, Cologne, Germany, 1992

Long Island Sound for four instruments, Merion Music, Theodore Presser Company, Bryn Mawr,Pennsylvania. 1980.

Nests, Scores: An Anthology of New Music, Roger Johnson, Editor, New York, New York: Schirmer Books, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1980.

Nests, Ear Magazine. New York, New York: Wilderness Foundation, Sept./Oct. 1976.

Nests, Soundings 10, Peter Garland, Ed.. Berkeley, California, 1976.

Passages 13 - The Fire, for trumpet, tape, and four reciters, on a poem by Robert Duncan, Merion Music, Theodore Presser Company, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 1980.

Round and About, for two or more instruments. Merion Music, Theodore Presser Company, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 1980.

Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg) for solo piano, Merion Music, Theodore Presser Company, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 1980.

"Squeek," Seventy- Six Pages, New York, New York, Summer 1977.

Stop/Start for two soloists and two ensembles, Merion Music, Theodore Presser Company, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 1980.

Time and Again, for symphony orchestra, Merion Music, Theodore Presser Company, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 1980.

To Brush Up On, Ear Magazine, Vol. 3 No. 8/9, New York, New York, New Wilderness Foundation, Dec./Jan. 1978.

To Prevent Decay, Ear Magazine, Vol 3, No. 8/9, New York, New York, New Wilderness Foundation, Dec./Jan. 1978.

To the Last Drop, Scores: An Anthology o/ New Music, Roger Johnson, ed., New York, New York, Schirmer Books, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1980.

Umbrella, Soundings 10, Peter Garland, ed., Berkeley, California, 1976.

What(?), Painted Bride Quarterly, Vol 4. Nos. 3 and 4, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1978

What(?), Text - Sound Texts, Richard Kostelanetz, ed., New York, New York, William Morrow and Co., Inc., 1980.

ARTICLES BY WILLIAM HELLERMANN

Hellermann, William. "Statement on Electronic Music," Electronic Music: A Listener's Guide, Elliot Schwartz, author and ed., New York., New York: Praeger Publishers, 1973.

_____ . and Earle Brown. "Interview," The Composer Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 4, March 1971.

_____ . and Philip Corner. "Breath Preludes," Ear Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 3, New York, New York: New Wilderness Foundation, May 1976.

_____ . "Letter to Peter Garland, July 6, 1976," Soundings 10, Peter Garland, Ed.. Berkley, California, 1976.

_____. "Letter to Philip Corner, April 13, 1976," Soundings 10, Peter Garland, Ed., Berkley, California, 1976.

_____. "Letter to Philip Corner, April 15, 1976," Soundings 10, Peter Garland, Ed., Berkley, California, 19'76.

_____ . "Local Exits (from the written material that goes with the score)," The Painted Bride Quarterly, Vol. 4, Nos. 3 and 4, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1978, pp. 90-105.

_____ . " Row Music (Tip of the Iceberg)," World Music Days, Stockholm, Sweden: International Society for Contemporary Music, 1978.

_____ . and Sylvere Lotranger, "Interview with Phil Glass," Semiotex(e), Vol. III, No. 2, New York, New York. 1978.

_____ . "Beyond Categories," Benzene, Vol. 1, No. 3, Ncw York, New York, Summer/Fall 1981.

_____ . "Interview with Carolee Schneemann," 60's Retrospective Catalogue, Institute for Art and Urban Resources: P.S. 1, New York, New York, 1983.

_____ . "Experimental Music," NYB: An Arts Magazine, Vol. 1. No. 1, New York, New York 1985.

ARTICLES AND REVIEWS ABOUT WILLIAM HELLERMANN

Aletti, Vince. ""Photo:William Hellermann," Village Voice, New York, New York, July 26, 1988

Amerongen, Alex Van. "De Blokfluit als Misthoorn," New Rotterdam Courant, September 15,1970.

Anon. "Ensemble performs avant-garde music," The Independent, Hillsdale, New York, June 13, 1994

Anon. "DownTown Ensemble," The Chatham Courier, Chatham, New York, June 23, 1994.

Anon. "DownTown scheduled," The Chatham Courier, Chatham, New York, June 16, 1994.

Anon. "L'avant-garde californienne a Paris," Le Monde, November 10, 1981.

Anon. "Hellermann," Seattle FM Guide, July 1977.

Anon. "Les histoires extraordinaires en comedie musicale," Midi Libre, Montpelier, France, November 3, 1981.

Anon. "Long Island Sound by William Hellermann," Instrumentalist, January 1982.

Anon. "New Music America Catalogue," Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut, 1984

Anon. "New Music America '84: Official Program," Hartford Advocate: Special Supplement, Hartford, Connecticut, JuIy 1984.

Anon. "New Writers set up at W. Ghent Colony," The Independent, Hillsdale, New York, June 2, 1994

Anon. "Night and the City,", The Independent, Hillsdale, New York, June 9, 1994

Anon. "Sculptor to speak at NISDA lecture series," The Inquirer and Mirror, Nantucket, Massachusetts, July 26, 1990

Anon. "SEM Ensemble features Hellermann and Oliveros," Albright Knox Gallery Calendar, February 1982.

Anon."Sheet Music by William Hellermann," Ear Magazine of New Music, Vol. 9, No. 4, New York, New York, March 1985.

Banes, Sally. "Music to Play By," The Village Voice, February 15, 1983.

Baracks, Barbara. "Craven Rebellion in the Crowd," The SoHo News, Iuly 30, 1980.

Benedetto, Donna. "The DCC: A Multi-Media Showcase of the Arts," Here's BrookIyn, Nov. 30 - Dec. 13, 1983.

Berner, Carl E. "Concert in Gardens a Musical Delight," Buffalo Evening News, September 26, 1979.

Bonfiglioli, Rossella. "Sonorita Prospettiche-Rimini, Flash Art, Milan, Italy, March 1982.

Broecking, Arden. "Lengthy New Work, Fine Oboist, Highlight Philharmonic Concert," Darien News, Darien, Connecticut, March 31, 1977.

Brush, Gloria. "Eleanor Hovda, Lives Here. Performs Everywhere," Arrowhead Arts, Vol 2, No.1, Duluth. Minnesota, March 1979.

Bulkeley, William M. "These Avant-Garde Musical Scores May Stimulate Both Eyes and Ears," The Wall Street Journal, Friday, December 14, 1984.

Burke, Bill and Cone, Joe. "Hums and Quacking," Hartford Advocate, Hartford, Connecticut, February 28, 1976.

Caux, Daniel, "William Hellermann, Tremble," Real Art Ways, November 1979.

Corner, Philip. "Row Music' at The Kitchen," Ear Magazine, Vol.1, No. 6, New York, New York: New Wilderness Foundation, December 1975.

Delehanty, Suzanne. "Mixed-media Exhibition of Sound and Art Opens at the Neuberger Museum," Soundings- Neuberger Museum, August 10, 1981.

Downs, Joan. "Music: Classical Records," Time, New York, New York, April 30, 1973.

Dwyer, John. "Young Artists Blaze New Trails in Music," The Buffalo News, March 4, 1978.

Eberle, Gottfried. "Ohne Notwendigkeit." Tagespiegel, Berlin, West Germany. June 13, 1974.

Ericson, Raymond. "Dartmouth Gets Competitive," The New York times, Sunday. April 4, 1968.

Foran, Jack. "S.E.M. Ensemble, Two Composers Present Meditational Contrast," Buffalo Evening News, Buffalo, New York, February 18, 1982.

Frank, Peter. "Review," Art News, Vol. 75, No. 9, New York, New York: November 1976.

Frank, Peter. "Soundworks II," Franklin Furnace, New York, New York, May 1981.

Friedman, Kenneth S. "Art Futures: William Hellermann," The Art Economist, Vol. II, No. 4, New York, New York, February 28, 1982.

Friedman, Ken. "Happenings: Personalities," National Arts Guide, Vol. II, No. 5, September-October 1980.

Friedman, Kenneth S. "Lifestyle-Magoo's," The Art Economist, Vol. II, No. 3, New York, New York, November 2, 1981.

Ginsburg, Marie. "This Week," The SoHo News, November 10, 1981.

Goldstein, Debbe. "William Hellermann Nests and En-Trances, Art on the Beach (July)," Life: A Periodical of Performing Arts, Journal Publications, New York, New York, No. 4.

Guinn, John. "An Idea Stretched Thin," Detroit Free Press, March 9, 1976.

H., E. "Sound Art - Sculpture Center," Art News, Vol. 83, No. 9, New York, New York, November 1984.

Harvey, James E. "Pianist Does Work of Forgotten Composer," The Flint Journal, Flint, Michigan, July 17, 1977.

Henahan, Donal. "Carla Hubner, Pianist Offers Recent Music," The New York Times, May 22, 1975.

Henahan, Donal. "Picking Up Musical Rubble After the Earthquake," The New York Times, September 6, 1981.

Henry, Otto W. "Performance of HPSCHD is Well-Planned, Rehearsed," The Wilson Daily Times, Wilson, North Carolina, November 1969.

Highwater, Jamake. "Music from the American Academy in Rome," The SoHo Weekly News, July 21, 1977.

Hughes, Allen. "Concert" Modern Music," The New York Times, New York, New York, February 21, 1976.

Hume, Paul. "Top Timpani," The Washington Post, Washington, D.C., June 1, 1970.

Job, Pierre, "L'Art Vide," Le Monde de la Musique, Paris, France, November 1978.

Johnson, Harriet. "Timpani Plus. Concert By Kregal," The New York Post, New York, New York, June 4, 1970.

Johnson, Tom. "A Surprise Under the Piano," The Village Voice, New York, New York, March 9, 1972.

Johnson, Tom. "Concerts in Slow Motion," The VilIage Voice, New York, New York. March 30, 1972.

Johnson, Tom. "Getting into Tremble," The Village Voice, New York. New York, March 13, 1978.

Johnsbn, Tom. "Intermedia Lives," The Village Voice, New York, New York, October 13, 1976.

Johnson, Tom. "Looking at Music," The Village Voice, New York, New York. December 3, 1979.

Johnson, Tom. "Maximalism on the Beach," The Village Voice, New York, New York, February 25, 1981

Johnson, Tom. "Music," The Village Voice, New York, New York. May 24, 1976.

Johnson, Tom. "Music, 'An Opinionated Survey of the World's Events'," The Village Voice, New York, New York, October 7, 1981.

Johnson, Tom. "New Music, New York, New Institution," The Village Voice, New York, New York, July 2, 1979.

Johnson, Tom. "The Original Minimalists," The Village Voice, New York, New York, July 27, 1982.

Johnson, Tom. "12th Century Minimalism," The Village Voice, New York, New York, January 14, 1981.

Johnson, Tom. "What Makes the Iceberg Tick?," The Village Voice, New York, New York, November 24, 1975.

Johnson, Tom. "William Hellermann," AIternate Center News, New York, New York, October 1977.

Jones, Carlton. "Nine Art Council Winners Get $5,000 Grants," The Sun, Baltimore, Maryland, 1982.

Kaplan, Melvin, ed. "But, the moon...'. William Hellermann," Lincoln Center, New York, New York, February 1976.

Kriegsman, Alan M. "Elbows on the Keyboard: New Compositions are Mostly Old Hat," The Washington Post, Washington, D.C., March 30, 1961.

Krill, John. "Contemporary Music Scores," The Baltimore Museum of Art, Jan. 9 - Feb. 11, 1973.

LaBarbara, Joan. "Clips and Pieces," The SoHo Weekly News, New York, New York, October 30, 1975.

LaBarbara, Joan. "New Music," Musical America, New York, New York, High Fidelity Publications, November 1971.

LaPalma, Marina. "Noisemakers; The Sound Art Show," Arts & Architecture, Vol. 4, No. 1, Los Angeles, California, May 1985.

Lehrman, Paul D. "Music from the American Academy in Rome," WNCN Program Guide, New York, New York, May 1977.

Levin, Kim. "William Hellermann." The Village Voice, New York, New York, January 7, 1986.

Lowens, Irving. "Timpani Concert Surprisingly Good," The Evening Star, Washington. D.C., June 1, 1970.

Luening, Otto. "Discouraging Vagueness," WBAI Folio, New York, New York: Pacifica Foundation, May 1978.

Lundberg, Camilla. "Slipsen Ateri," Expressen, Stockholm, Sweden, May 17, 1978.

Macomber, Frank. "Small but Cherished," Syracuse Post- Standard, December 1, 1976.

Mannoni, Gerard. "L'Itineraire: Deux Creations a Notre-Dame des Blancs Manteaux," Quotidien de Paris, Paris, France, April 26, 1974.

McLellan, Joseph. "Strange Music at The Kitchen," The Washington Post, Washington. D.C., Sunday, June 24, 1979.

Mejias, Jordan. "Hörbar Bilder, Sichtbare Klange," Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfort, Germany, January 8, 1982.

Monossi, Baldassarre. "Sonorita Prospettiche da Domonani a Rimini," Gazzetta Di Parma, Parma, Italy, January 29, 1982.

Moore, Carman. "A Critical Happening," The Village Voice, New York, New York, February 23, 1967.

Moore, Carman. "A Different Drum," The Village Voice, New York, New York, June 15, 1970.

Moore, Carman. "Electronics," The Village Voice, New York, New York, September 9, 1967.

Moore, Carman. "Free Music," The Village Voice, New York, New York, April 3, 1969.

Moore, Carman. "GFCM. Home and Away," The Village Voice, New York, New York. March 2, 1967.

Moore, Carman. "Greenwich House Finale," The Village Voice, New York, New York, May 18, 1967.

Moore, Carman. "Last Supper," The Village Voice, New York, New York, September 25, 1969.

Nopar, Charles. "A Rich Variety of Modern American Chamber Works," Daily American, Rome, Italy, May 9, 1974.

Page, Tim. "Experimental Intermedia Foundation." The SoHo News, New York, New York, December 15, 981.

Page, Tim. "Music: A Show of Sound and Art," The New York Times, May 6, 1984.

Page, Tim. "Music Notes," The New York Times, July 15, 1984.

Page, Tim. "Music Picks: William Hellermann, Joseph Kubera," The SoHo News, New York, New York, October 13, 1981.

Page, Tim. "Offbeat Music Thrives in Loft Settings," The New York Times, New York, New York, June 5, 1978.

Palmer, Robert. "Mixed Forms: Hellermann's 'City Games'," The New York Times, New York, New York, June 5, 1978.

Pareles, Jon. "Music: 'Still Lives,' A Performance Piece," The New York Times, November 11, 1984

Payne, Anthony. "Review," Music and Musicians, London, England, July 1970.

Pigrim, Neva. "New Music Flourishes in Central New York," Society for New Music. Syracuse, New York, 1981.

Polaczek, Dietmar. "Schön Wieder das Gleiche Neue," Muncher Kulturberich, Suddeutsche Zeitung, No. 54, March 3, 1973.

Putnam, Thomas. "Musician-Artist in Concert Today," The Buffalo Courier-Express, Sunday, September 16, 1979.

Putnam, Thomas. "Strolling Musicians in the Sculpture Court," The Buffalo Courier-Express, February 19, 1982.

Reichenfeld, J. "Gaudeamus Week, op Laag pitje Begonnen," RotterdambIad, Rotterdam, Holland, September 8, 1970.

Reinthaler, Joan. "Carla Hübner," The Washinglon Post, Washington, D.C., March 29, 1977.

Rey, Anne. "Musique: Le Manifeste de Constantin Simonovitch," Le Monde, Paris, France, October 25, 1973.

Rey, Anne. "Musique: Concert d'Orgue et d'Ondes Martenot a L'Itineraire," Le Monde, Paris, France, April 25, 1974.

Richmond, Phyllis. "Gavronsky Reviews Revolution: 'Mai '68' is Eloquent Expression," Barnard Bulletin, New York, New York, March 19, 1969.

Rockwell, John. "Music: 3 Vierk Pieces Show Japan's Influence," The New York Times, December 22, 1984.

Russell, John. "Sound in 20th Century Art," The New York Times, New York, New York, December 6, 1981.

Sanders, Linda. "Rushing Roulette," The SoHo News, New York, New York, February 11, 1981.

Sandow, Gregory. "Concerts I Didn't Go To," The Village Voice, New York, New York, April 15, 1981.

Sandow, Gregory. "Gifted and Black." The SoHo News, New York, New York, February 18, 1981.

Sandow. Gregory. "Music." The Village Voice, New York, New York, December 17, 1980.

Sandow, Gregory. "Music," The Village Voice, New York, New York, January 26, 1980.

Sandow, Gregory. "An Opinionated Survey of the Week's Events: Music," The VilIage Voice, New York, New York, November 4, 1981.

Sandow, Gregory. "Radio, Radio," The Village Voice, New York, New York, August 31, 1982.

Sandow, Gregory. "The Weeks Events: Three Sisters Who Are Not Sisters," The Village Voice, December 20, 1983.

Sargent, Winthrop. "The Late, Late Show," The New Yorker, May 27, 1967.

Smith, Amanda. "William Hellermann , Maximal Composer," SoHo Weekly News, May 10, 1979.

Stephenson, Charles. "Hellermann Blazes New Trails with His 'anyway...' given its World Premier by Philharmonic,"

Village Gazette, Greenwich, Connecticut, March 31, 1977.

Stolper, Daniel. "IDRS News - Ahead to '74," To The World's Oboists, Vol. 1, No. 3, East Lansing, Michigan:

International Double Reed Society, December 1973.

Strongin, Theodore. "An Old Pro Tops a Modern Series," The New York Times, May 1, 1969.

Strongin, Theodore. "Brevig, Trombonist Plays Avant Garde at 2nd of 3 Recitals," The New York Times, October 20, 1969.

Strongin, Theodore. "Music in Our Time Complete Series," The New York Times, May 16, 1967.

Strongin, Theodore. "Music: Timpani Recital," The New York Times, June 5. 1970.

Suzuki, Dean. "Edwards, Jones, Hellermann, Bresnick," OP Magazine, Olympia, Washington, January/February 1983.

Szlek-Consoli, Elizabeth. "Understanding Contemporary Music: Meet the Composers," New School Bulletin, New York, New York, Spring 1979.

Thomson, Joan. "Virtuoso, Premier, Treats for Philharmonic Patrons," Greenwich Times, Greenwich, Connccticut, March 23, 1977.

Trimble, Lester. "Review," Stereo Review, New York, New York, March 1972.

Underwood, Paco. "Bill Hellermann Slept," Ear Magazine, Vol. 3, No. 3, New York, New York, New Wilderness Foundation, April 1967.

Van Wagner, Judy K. Collischen. "Sound Art," Arts Magazine, Vol. 59, No. 1, New York, New York, September 1984.

Vassi, Marco, "A Shattering Salome," Michael's Thing, New York, New York, January 13, 1975.

Vermeulen, Emst. "International Gaudeamus Week 1970: A Variago Panorama," Sonorum SpecuIum, No. 44, Amsterdam, Holland, Autumn 1970.

Vinton, John. "Boring and Revolting New Sounds Heard," The Evening Star, Washington, D.C. March 30, 1967.

W.H.B. "Daverend Succes Voor Trio Louis Van Dijk met USO," Utrechtsch Nieuwsblad, Dinsdag, September 22, 1970.

Walsh, Stephen. "Room for Rejoicing," The London Times, October 1, 1970.

Wayne, Elsbet. "Hellermann's 'City Games'," The Berkshire Eagle, Lenox, Massachusetts, July 31, 1981.

Wentz, Brooke. "New Music America Festival No. 6," Musicial America, New York, New York, November 1984.

White, Valerie. "Sculptor's Work Sings to Audience," The Register-Star, Hudson, New York, October 12, 1992

Yannay, Yehuda. "Music from Almost Yesterday (b. 1971)," Numus West, Vol. II, No. 1, 1975.

Yates, Ray. "Expectant Audience Disappointed," The Darien Review, Darien, Connecticut, March 31, 1977.

Zummo, Peter. "William Hellermann - The Book," SoHo Weekly News, New York, New York, January 27, 1976.

BOOKS AND EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

Battock, Gregory, Ed. "Experimental Music," Breaking the Sound Barrier: A Critical Anthology of the New Music, E.P. Dutton, New York, New York, 198l.

Chion, Michacl. "William Hellermann," Cahiers Recherche/Musique 4, La Musique a- t- elle un avenir?, Paris, France: Institut National de Audiovisuel, 1977.

Concannon, Kevin. On the Wall/On the Air: Artists Make Noise, Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Exhibition Catalogue, 1985.

Delehanty, Suzanne. "Soundings Catalogue," Neuberger Museum, State University of New York at Purchase, Purchase, New York, 1981.

Gardner, Deborah Jane. "Morning Music," New York Art Guide, Arguide Publications, London, England, 1982.

Hagenberg, Roland, Ed. East Village: A Guide - A Documentary, Egret Publications, New York, New York, 1986.

Lischka, G.J. Alles Und Noch Viel Mehr, Die Katalog Anthologie der 80er Jahre, Benetelli, Bern, Switzerland, 1985.

Masotti, Franco. "Sonorita Prospettiche," Commune de Rimini, Rimini, Italy, 1982.

Schouten, Lydia. "Catalogus Voor De Tentoonstelling, 'Con Rumore'," Modern Denken, Nos. 7 & 8, Der Haag, Holland, 1984.


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