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Published on Jun 3, 2014
Michael Noble has developed an international reputation as an “astonishing” (Het Nieuwsblad) and versatile pianist whose performances and initiatives have engrossed audiences across Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
Since his first recital at the age of six, he has won prizes in numerous competitions, including the Grand Prize at the Carmel Music Society Competition, Gold Medal at the Crescendo Music Awards (Tulsa, OK), and prizes in the Chopin International Competition of the 1000 Island. Michael has been called “a pianist to remember” by Het Nieuwsblad, and his playing has been hailed as “elegant, stylish, and powerful” (Peninsula Reviews) and “poetic” (Het Nieuwsblad).
Michael has performed in renowned venues, including Carnegie Hall, Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis, the Jewish Museum in Warsaw, and the National Academy for the Performing Arts of Trinidad and Tobago. He is a sought-after guest artist, appearing regularly at festivals including the Gentse Vleugels (Belgium), the Kwadrofonik Festival (Poland), Musiksommer Schloss Rosenegg (Austria), and the Thailand International Composition Festival. Additionally, Michael has been featured as soloist with the Monterey and Tulsa Symphonies, and the Idyllwild Arts Academy Alumni Orchestra, among others.
After attending the Paris Conservatoire, Michael obtained his B.M. in Piano Performance and B.A. in English Literature cum laude from the Eastman School of Music and University of Rochester respectively. He received his M.M. and M.M.A. at the Yale School of Music and is now a candidate for the D.M.A. there. Subsequently, he moved to Ghent where was a fellow of the Belgian American Educational Foundation. Michael will begin his tenure as Instructor of Piano at the Mason Gross Extension Division of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey in August.
Highlights of the current season include performances at Spectrum in Brooklyn as part of Frederic Rzewski’s 80th birthday celebration, a return engagement at the Gentse Vleugels, a concert on the Musiksommer Schloss Rosenegg summer series, and performances throughout Austria, Belgium, Canada, Poland, and the United States.
For more information, please visit michaelnoble.net.