Ever-evolving and incessantly pushing his own boundaries in music, New-York-based Noah Rosner is slowly raising his voice throughout the local music scene, and it is a voice that needs to be heard. Born and raised in Nyack, New York, Noah's full titles stretch from singer/songwriter and guitarist, to jazz vocalist, composer and freelance bassist.
As a vocalist, Noah has already received national attention, becoming one of the select few vocal members of the 2017 Grammy Foundation® Jazz Band Choir, and performing on national broadcasts and at world-class venues at as young as 17 years old. Noah's momentum only continued, after winning the acclaimed Jazz Forum Arts Society Jazz Vocal Competition during that same year. Moving forward, Noah dug further into vocal and instrumental construction, and began the fundamentals of a trailblazing career.
Noah's life experience provides a dense backdrop to the intricate music he now creates, heavily influenced by jazz greats like Miles Davis, Chet Baker, and the Bossa Nova rhythms of Antonio Carlos Jobim. All this, and more, in addition to the tight pop and jazz vocal harmonies that seemingly float atop his John-Mayers-esque acoustic tracks.
His solo work has largely been tied to further studies at New York University, where he is currently focusing on the relationship between music and language at The Gallatin School of Individualized Study, something he thinks about deeply in his songwriting process.
A freelance musician for many unique groups, he has played a number of New York's most famous venues, from Rockwood Music Hall (2019) to the famed Town Hall Theater on Broadway (2016).
As he continues to develop his own unique sound, Noah has struck an intimate and introspective vein with classmates, musical peers, and fans that he can only hope to continue to touch upon.