Composers Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Saxophone, Electric Guitar Wieselman started to work with Laurie Anderson in ’98 – helping her develop ideas for her “Moby-Dick” project. He since has performed and toured with her over the years with her pieces “Homeland” and “Delusion” as well as various other performances.
Composers D.W. – Eb Clarinet, Bass Harmonica, Bass Clarinet Wieselman has collaborated with Anthony Coleman for many years. Besides the Selfhaters, he has appeared in concerts and on the cd’s “Pushy Blueness” and “Lapidation”
Composers D.W. – Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Baritone Sax Wieselman first worked with Frisell when they were both band members in Wayne Horvitz’s “The President” He then made a duo recording with him of Robin Holcomb’s music and then appeared on Frisell’s album “Before You Were Born” Lately he has been in Frisell’s ensemble for accompanying… Read more
Composers D.W. – Clarinet,Saxophone, Electric Guitar Wieselman began his association with Yuka Honda on a recording session with Cibo Matto for a compilation. He appears extensively on Yuka Hoda’s Tzadik album “Heart Chamber Phantoms” and has performed as a guest with Cibo Matto as well as contributing his saxophone work for their upcoming album “Hotel… Read more
Composers D.W. –Clarinet, Tenor Sax, Electric Guitar Wieselman first worked with Frisell when they were both band members in Wayne Horvitz’s “The President” He then made a duo recording with him of Robin Holcomb’s music and then appeared on Frisell’s album “Before You Were Born” Lately he has been in Frisell’s ensemble for accompanying Hal… Read more
Composers D.W. – Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Electric Guitar Wieselman was fortunate to work extensively with the visionary Butch Morris, who created “Conduction” – a specific vocabulary for conducting ensembles of improvisers.He played in various conductions as well as the ensembles “Skyscraper”, “Lucky Cheng Orchestra” and most notably “Nublu Orchestra”
Composers D.W. –Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Eb Clarinet Wieselman has worked on and off with Scheinman over the years, from intimate duo or trio sets, to larger ensembles where he was featured as a soloist. He appears on her albums, “12 Songs” and “Crossing the Field”.