- 3-Time McKnight Fellowship Winner
- His unique looping show was featured on PBS
- His music has been heard on NPR and MPR
Singer/songwriter, live-looper and multi-instrumentalist, Noah Hoehn, was the #2 most booked music act from the NACA National Convention in 2016 and Northern Plains in 2017. His unique solo show featuring marimba, harmonica and Indian dhol drum, has been featured on PBS's “Minnesota Original”. The Minnesota native is also a three-time winner of the prestigious McKnight Fellowship for Performing Musicians. His unique and dynamic performances could be described as one part Eddie Vedder, one part Zedd and one part "marimba ninja". Noah uses a style of looping called audio architecture to construct both mod covers and original music. His compelling show enlightens unwitting students with slices of culture through demonstrations and student engagement.
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
What our clients have to say...
Noah was awesome! The students loved him. Many students stayed after the show to talk to him. Very nice guy and very talented. The marimba was so different than other things we usually bring to campus! It was pretty incredible and very fun to watch. Thank you for being so cooperative and putting on an amazing show!
- Cedar Crest College
The response to Noah’s show was great. He was exactly what we were looking for in regards to the performance and the students who watched him thoroughly enjoyed it. A couple students even spoke to him after about bringing him back. Thank you!
- Frostburg State University