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Noah Seitz, a Corvallis native, began his studies with Sylvie Spengler and Nancy Sowdon. He completed his Bachelors Degree in Cello Performance at the UMKC Conservatory of Music, where his area of emphasis was chamber music. He is a member of the Eugene Symphony, Oregon Mozart Players and OSU Symphony and performs regularly with Camerata Musica Chamber Music Series in Salem, Chintimini Chamber Music Festival in Corvallis, and various Oregon ensembles. Noah is adjunct professor of Cello and Chamber Music at Pacific University in Forest Grove. He has performed as soloist with the University of Oregon Symphony, Willamette Valley Symphony, Salem Philharmonia and Pacific Philharmonic. He and his family reside in the Salem/Keizer area where he has taught for nearly 20 years. Beyond music, Noah is an avid soccer fan, holds a Private Pilot license, and loves anything to do with aviation.