Noah Fishman is a performer, composer, and educator. Rooted in Maine, Noah ventures to make bold, playful statements by bending lines between folk, chamber, and jazz. At home on a number of stringed instruments including mandolin, bass, and guitar, Noah is known for his instrumental creativity, spirited performances, and fluid improvisation.
Noah has performed across the United States, Estonia, Poland, Sweden, Slovenia, Ireland, and The Netherlands. Raised by visual artists in a renovated barn, Noah studied at Princeton, IRCAM, and the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. In 2019, Noah was selected for the Betty Carter Jazz Ahead residency at The Kennedy Center. In 2020, Noah received a masters degree in composition from the University of Michigan.
In addition to his work as a soloist and bandleader, Noah loves working with other artists and ensembles. In 2022-2023, Noah could be found on tour with Frigg, Nefesh Mountain, Alisa Amador, Mike Block Trio, and Big Magic.
Noah writes music for film and television. Go to Film & Commercial for more.