Noah Gershwin is a guitarist, composer, arranger, and teacher studying at Oberlin Conservatory. He has studied with Philadelphia Legend Steve Giordano, Lucas Brown, Bobby Ferrazza, Peter Bernstein, Pat Martino, John Swana and others. His formal musical training started when Noah was 13 when his father bought him a guitar. He has played with musicians such as Gary Bartz, Billy Hart, Justin Faulkner, Byron Landham, and James McBride. He has performed at venues and festivals such as the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, The Mann Center, The African American Museum in Philadelphia, The West Oat Lane Jazz Festival, Chris' Jazz Cafe', Ortlieb's Jazzhaus, and The Philadelphia Clef Club, The Adrienne, LaRose Jazz Club and many more. Noah now studies at Oberlin Conservatory for Jazz Performance. He also has began studying classical guitar with Stephen Aaron.
Noah Performs as a solo Jazz guitarist playing a wide range styles from jazz standards to modern original compositions.
Noah's trio consisting of Noah Gershwin-Guitar, Cory Todd-Bass, Emerson Hunton-Drums, plays plays a wide range of music from jazz to blues, rock, and funk.
Noah also is a classical guitarist and has a wide range of repertoire to fit your events needs.
Noah Gershwin (Guitar ),
Emerson Hunton (Drums),
Cory Todd (Bass)