Nolan Lem is an instrumentalist and composer whose work reflects a broad range of influences and mediums. His music has been performed all over the United States and abroad including festivals in Norway, Italy, Switzerland and Finland. As a saxophonist, he has performed at the Lincoln Center, Dizzy’s Coca Cola Jazz Club and the Highline Ball room in New York City. He has been the recipient of several grants for installations involving the University of Kansas and the Spencer Art Museum. He has studied at the Sibelius Academy, Eastman School, the University of Kansas and holds a degree from the University of Miami (FL). He currently resides in Lawrence, KS and is pursuing a degree in electrical engineering at the University of Kansas.