Ryan Noe to University of Southern Maine
Ryan Noe has been appointed Artist Faculty in Trumpet at the University of Southern Maine.
Dr. Noe has performed throughout the United States and China. He is an in-demand freelance trumpeter presently based in New England. Currently, he holds the position of Principal Trumpet for the Glens Falls Symphony as well as Third Trumpet with the Cape Ann Symphony.
As a chamber musician, Dr. Noe is a member of the Andromeda and Fenway Quintets and has also performed with the Boston University Faculty Brass Quintet, the Bay View Brass, Bala Brass, and the Western Brass Quintet. As an orchestral musician, he has performed with groups such as the Boston Pops, Portland Symphony, Symphony New Hampshire, Cape Symphony, Plymouth Philharmonic, New Bedford Symphony, Lexington Symphony, Orchestra of Indian Hill, and Alea III: Contemporary Music Ensemble.
He can be heard on the soundtrack to the popular Japanese crime show Iryu Sousa as well as the upcoming album Resurrection with the Marsh Chapel Collegium. He performs regularly live on NPR member station WBUR for Marsh Chapel’s “The Bach Experience.” He has worked with renowned conductors such as Lorin Maazel, Gunther Schuller, Rafael Payare, and Keith Lockhart. As a soloist, he has soloed in front of the Glens Falls Symphony, Plymouth Philharmonic, Cape Ann Symphony, and Ohio Light Opera Orchestra. Along with his quintet, Andromeda Quintet, he has presented at the International Women’s Brass Conference and for College Music Society.
Dr. Noe holds his Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Music degrees from Boston University and his Bachelor of Music Western Michigan University. His primary instructors include Terry Everson, Scott Thornburg, Thomas Siders, Peter Chapman, and William Lucas. Along with his teaching at USM, he is also Associate Lecturer of Trumpet for University of Massachusetts Boston, Adjunct Professor of Trumpet for Northeastern University, Adjunct Professor of Brass for Northern Essex Community College, and previously taught at Boston University and Boston University Tanglewood Institute.
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