For over ten years, Noah has inspired thousands with his "creativity, musicality and his playful and soulful spirit."
– CANTOR Markowitz, Am shalom, glencoe, illinois
Noah Aronson is an energetic and soulful composer/performer whose unique musical style propels his music into communities across North America, Israel, and Europe. Noah earned a degree in Jazz Composition and Piano from Berklee College of Music in Boston and held the position of Composer- in-Residence at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, MA. Noah conducted the Manhattan HaZamir Choir from 2008-2010 and his choral music received an honorable mention in the 2009 GTM Young Composer’s Award.
Noah released his first solo Jewish album in May 2011 and the title song ‘Am I Awake’ was a winner in the NewVoices song competition at NewCAJE in 2011. Noah’s album ‘Left Side of the Page’, released in 2013, has received wide-spread acclaim for it’s musical settings of poetic selections from the Mishkan Tefilah Prayer Book. In 2015 He released a 5-song live album with his then newly formed band, The Noah Aronson Band, which is comprised of 4 Israeli-Berklee alumni Noam Israeli, Eitan Kenner, Tali Rubinstein, and Tamir Shmerling. In 2017 Noah once again released a is a full-length album, More Love which features the Noah Aronson Band with songs about bringing more love into the world.
Renowned for his unique and engaging style of prayer leadership, he had the distinct honor of leading over 5,000 people in Shabbat worship at the 2013 URJ Biennial in San Diego, CA.
Noah chaired the the faculty of Hava Nashira in 2016 and continues to serve on faculty for several other musical retreats throughout the year including Shabbat Shira in Oconomowoc, WI and Shirei Chaggiah in London, England.
In 2015, Noah partnered with Behrman House, the largest distributor of Jewish educational materials, to create an innovative, music-based curriculum entitled Hebrew in Harmony. His music has also been featured on two compilations from the PJ Library series.
Starting in the Fall of 2018, Noah is currently serving as an adjunct faculty member of Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion’s Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music.