“With all of his heart with all of his soul, Noah is a true original who pulls deeply from our rich Jewish roots.
He is constantly growing and sharing his abundant gifts and we are all richer for having him in our presence.”
Craig Taubman – www.craignco.com
“Noah Aronson’s music is sophisticated, sensitive and spiritually uplifting. For those of you who have experienced Noah, much the same could be said about him. He is an enormously talented musician, who blends his serious training in jazz piano with his contemporary insight into Jewish texts, creating for us a fresh and inspiring sound.”
– Merri Lovinger Arian
Faculty – HUC-JIR School of Sacred Music
“Noah possesses many gifts, a sweet voice, extraordinary musicianship and talent as a composer. He is a charismatic and sensitive Shaliach Tzibur (service leader). Several years ago I asked him to compose a service for our community. He did and the result is a beautiful service that sensitively reflects the liturgy, combining his strengths as a jazz musician and cantor’s son. Much of his music has become our standard”.
– Cantor Jodi Sufrin
Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, Ma
“Noah appeals to the ages – drawing from traditional liturgy to contemporary chant. He’s able to connect easily with synagogues newcomers or long-time attendees, and spark deep connections to Jewish music and prayer”
– Rabbi Gil Bashe
“We hired Noah to work with a group of our High School students for a Shavuot service. From the moment he began working with our students they were captivated by his excitement and enthusiasm for the music. He engaged them on their level and encouraged them to ask tough questions about prayer. Noah is one of the most talented full packages out there today. I’ve seen him lead services, I’ve taught his material, and now I know he’s great with students as well.”
Revson Rabbinic Intern
Congregation Beth Elohim
“Noah Aronson is the future of Jewish music. Both spiritual and sensual at the same time, his music takes the prayers of our liturgy on a journey of motion and emotion. It is music that is sophisticated and can be challenging and fulfilling to the best singers (with beautiful choral arrangements) and players, yet its melodies are accessible for a congregation of the smallest children through adults of all ages. It celebrates what it means to be an American Jew in the 21st century, with its stylistic mix of folk, rock, jazz, and Latin grooves. Just like my congregation and I have found, you will find yourselves singing his melodies (such as Shalom Aleichem, Elohai N’tzor, V’shamru) long after the service is over. Invite him to your synagogue and watch him work his magic.”
Cantor Anna West Ott,
Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple, New Brunswick, NJ
“I love the way in which Noah draws from a variety of different styles of music to create something that is all his own.
Noah is one of those composers who not only creates beautiful pieces of music but who creates beautiful pieces of music that allowed his soul to shine through.
I’ve had the pleasure of listening to Noah’s music for quite a while now and have noticed a number of things. First, his music only gets better the more you listen to it. Second, his music is both a joy to listen to and infinitely singable at the same time. And three… he’s really good.”
Rabbi Dan Cohen,
Temple Sharey Tefilo Israel, South Orange, NJ
Thank God for Noah Aronson who blessed Finchley Reform Synagogue with his
gorgeous melodies this Shabbat – he really rocked this joint. We had a great time singing and playing.
Cantor Zoe Jacobs
Finchley Reform Synagogue, London, England