Noah Woll is a pianist and vocalist. Since the age of 7, he has taken piano and voice lessons, which would lead to the discovery of musical theater. He spent 9 years performing in many musicals, refining his skills as a musician, singer, and performer. In his musical career, Noah has taken lessons from multiple accomplished teachers including Claire Yarrington, former director of California Theater Arts, Matthew Liebowitz, Broadway and Opera vocal coach, and Kelly Burge, professor at Saint Mary’s College. These teachers have inspired him in finding a deeper appreciation and understanding of his own musicality. He aspires the same aspiration for all his students. Noah has a piano pedagogy certificate from Las Positas College in an effort to grow his musical abilities, knowledge, and pedagogical methods.
Noah’s philosophy is that learning and enjoying music should be one and the same. He believes there is something for everyone in music; that those interests can be explored and expanded upon through the application of musical pieces and practices. As a musician and a teacher, he hopes to allow students the opportunity to find the same understanding and passion for music that he has developed through performance and study. To accomplish this, Noah aims to provide a positive, encouraging, and motivating learning environment to all his students. He prepares students for competitions and ABRSM exam.