Noah Kellman is a pianist, educator, composer, and author based in New York City. With over 200k subscribers between YouTube and Instagram, he is perhaps best known for his focus on simplifying modern improvisational music concepts into digestible methodology and demonstrating these techniques through his own performances. After completing The Brubeck Institute Fellowship Program, where he had the great opportunity to work with Dave Brubeck himself along with many other guest artists (Karriem Riggins, Larry Grenadier, Christian McBride, Nicholas Payton, Taylor Eigsti, and others), he then went on to graduate from New York University with a Master’s Degree in Scoring For Film & Multimedia. Soon after, he authored The Game Music Handbook (2020), released internationally with Oxford University Press.
As a sideman, Noah has played keyboard with and arranged/orchestrated music for songwriter/producer Elliot Moss. He also plays in Chad LB’s electric project Sonic Magic. He has also played with up-and-coming artists such as John Splitoff and Michael Blume. A lover of all narrative music, Noah continues to create cinematic soundscapes that intersect the acoustic and electronic worlds. His full debut solo album is expected to be released in 2022.