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Live Concerts

Jerry Lim & Evan Rapport Duo, DeNominator

Event Date: 
Sunday, May 5, 2013 - 9:00pm

Jerry Lim - Guitar & Kayagum
Evan Rapport - Reeds

Jerry Lim and Evan Rapport have been playing together for over 16 years.

Jerry Lim is a long time experimental musician performing and recording improvisational and notated music predominately with the guitar and kayagum (Korean 12 string zither). He has played with musicians such as legendary saxophonist Joe McPhee, kayagum master Sang-Won Park, sound artist Sean Meehan, Josh Blair (Orthrelm), among others. Jerry has also been studying traditional Korean music for the kayagum (Korean 12 string zither) for over 7 years with Kayagum master Sang-Won Park. He has performed at venues such as Carnegie Hall, The Stone, and Roulette in NYC and collaborated with artists such as Martha Colburn. He received his degree in sculpture from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and is currently working on a project appropriating large format landscape and portrait photography.

Evan Rapport is an ethnomusicologist, composer, and reed player based at both The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music and Eugene Lang College. He currently performs with the Collide Saxophone Quartet, and in trio with Zach Layton and Michael Evans. He has performed in various collaborations with Chuck Bettis, Jerry Lim, and Josh Blair for over fifteen years; together they perform under the banner Mudang Rouge. He has performed or recorded with the composers’ collective Anti-Social Music, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, the punk group All Scars, the Latin jazz ensemble Sonido Isleño, and Eugene Chadbourne, Joe Giardullo, Amy Kohn, Julian Kytasty, Weasel Walter, and Jack Wright. He was a founding organizer of the High Zero Festival and the Red Room Collective in Baltimore.

CD release for "moondart"
DeNominator (Tom Scanlon & guests) creates lo-fi electronically-enhanced acoustic guitar drones, dirges, and dervishy instrumental improvs – plucked, picked, bashed-out and inspired by 60s psych-folk, 70s krautrock, 80s punk and dinosaurs.