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Noah SeitzNoah Seitz, a Corvallis native, completed his bachelors degree in cello performance at the UMKC Conservatory of Music in 2001. He then returned to Oregon as a graduate teaching assistant at the University of Oregon where he won the 2003 School of Music Concerto Competition, performing Ernest Bloch’s “Schelomo” Hebraic Rhapsody.

Noah first studied under Sylvie Spengler and Nancy Sowdon. He has worked with Jeffrey Solo, Steven Isserlis, Zara Nelsova, the Tang Quartet, the Turtle Island Quartet, the Emerson Quartet and the St. Lawrence Quartet. Since 2003, he and his family have been residents of Keizer. He continues to teach in the Salem/Keizer area, where he and his wife have established the Keizer Academy of Music and Arts. Noah performs regularly with the Corvallis-OSU Symphony, the Oregon Mozart Players, the Camerata Musica Chamber Music Series in Salem, the Un Bande jazz quartet and other Oregon ensembles.