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Noah Getz

Musician in Residence
Department of Performing Arts

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  • Dr. Noah Getz is a saxophone instructor in the applied music program. He made his Carnegie Hall debut as the recipient of the National Alliance for Excellence Grand Prize and has presented solo recitals for the Dame Myra Hess Series, World Saxophone Congress XIII, the Stella Adler School Concert Series in NY, Copland School of Music Recital Series, Johns Hopkins University, St. Peter's Musical Arts Concert Series, and the Church of the Epiphany Concert Series in Washington, D.C. He received a first-round nomination for a Grammy Award in 2002 for his contribution with the New Hudson Saxophone Quartet to America's Millennium Tribute to Adolphe Sax, Vol. V, and has also been featured on albums including The American Muse, and Leo Kraft: Chamber Symphony 2. In 2006 he performed the debut of Fernando Benadon's Hidden Charges with the Empyrean Ensemble in CA. In addition to performing classical repertoire he maintains an active schedule performing jazz. He is the alto saxophonist in The Levine School of Music's Jazz Combo. He has also played with the Dave Tucker New Big Band and performed at the 2005 Presidential Inauguration Ball with vocalist John Signorelli.
  • Degrees

    DMA Florida State University
    MM Manhattan School of Music
    BM Oberlin Conservatory


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