The music of Jeremiah Cymerman, as described by Chris Weingarten of Spin Magazine "cuts a maddening line between free improv and musique concrète". Based in New York City since 2002 and as an active participant in several different scenes, Cymerman’s work reflects an interest in improvisation, electronic manipulation & production, traditional, studio & graphic composition and solo performance. Cymerman has worked or performed with a broad range of contemporary artists and frequent collaborators include Toby Driver, Nate Wooley, Brian Chase, Mario Diaz de Leon, Christopher Hoffman, Jessica Pavone and Matthew Welch. Cymerman has toured internationally, received numerous commissions and published several articles on music and music production. He has released several recordings of his own music and his record output has been documented on the Tzadik and Porter record labels.