Noah G.

Teacher
Noah G.
Plays/Teaches

Experience:

8 years teaching privately.

Education:

MA in Jazz Guitar from the New York University and a BA in Guitar and Education from the Prins Claus Conservatory in the Netherlands.

Located:

Manhattan, NY

A native of Berkeley, California, Noah G. began playing piano at age 10 and bass when he was 13. In 2006 he was awarded a John Coltrane National Scholarship, and in 2007 was selected as a finalist for the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz graduate program. In March of 2011, Noah was chosen to participate in Brad Mehldau’s master class at the Weill Institute at Carnegie Hall, and in June of that same year was selected as a finalist for the International Society of Double Bassists Competition.

Noah has performed and toured extensively around the world with various artists including Ravi Coltrane, Josh Roseman, Ralph Alessi, Andrew D’Angelo, Myron Walden, Nir Felder, and Julian Pollack. He has also traveled as a musical ambassador on behalf of the US State Department to perform and teach throughout Asia and the Middle East.