Noah Kellman is a pianist, composer, author, and music producer based in New York City, NY. A recipient of two ASCAP Herb Alpert Young Jazz Composer Awards for his compositions "The Piemaker" (2011) and “Get Lost” (2008), he graduated from New York University with a Master’s Degree in Scoring For Film & Multimedia. In 2017, Noah was part of the ASCAP/Columbia Film Scoring Workshop, where he worked with director Federico Spiazzi and composed the music for the Columbia University Film Festival trailer. He went on to receive the 2017 ASCAP Henry Mancini Music Fellowship after recording a 12-piece big band for the score.


Noah has built an impressive reputation as a jazz pianist and educator. In 2008 at age 16, he was the youngest person to attend the Betty Carter Jazz Ahead Residency, where he worked with Dr. Billy Taylor and performed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC with other participants from around the world. He was also awarded eight Downbeat Student Music Awards. In 2009, Downbeat Magazine selected him as the “Best High School Jazz Soloist” in the country. From 2009 to 2010, Kellman attended the Brubeck Institute, where he studied and performed with jazz greats as Nicholas Payton and Christian McBride. Kellman then graduated from SUNY Purchase, where he was selected for the President's Award in Arts Management.


​Live Learner LLC is Noah Kellman's educational company. Through this LLC, Noah releases a great deal of educational content and products.


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