Noah Kellman is a composer for film and multimedia based in New York, NY. He grew up in Syracuse, NY, where he often listened to his father play pieces by Chopin, Beethoven and Mozart. A lover of narrative music, he creates cinematic soundscapes that intersect the acoustic and electronic worlds. This has garnered him attention across numerous media, including a feature on Indie Shuffle when he released his song Just Let It Go under his stage name, “Nozart.” Noah has won numerous awards for his ability as a pianist and as a composer. From 2009 to 2010, he was selected as the pianist for the Brubeck Institute, awarded eight Downbeat Student Music Awards and also received two ASCAP Young Jazz Composer awards. In 2015, he toured the country as keyboardist/synthesist for Elliot Moss as they opened for the Cold War Kids on their winter national tour.
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