- 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...
If you want to get your students up on their feet, dancing and singing, and asking “Who IS the guy?! He’s AMAZING!,” you need to bring Noah Hoehn to your school! He kicked off our school year with a concert and cook-out event, and it was the biggest turnout we have had for an event in my entire career at the school. His unique instruments combine perfectly with his incredible voice and impressive ability to mix popular songs. Students are BEGGING us to bring him back to campus, so we plan to have Noah around for many years to come.
- Concordia University
Noah is always amazing and our students love him! His upbeat and fantastic show is only bested by his amazing attitude and love for what he does! We bring Noah back every year and always look forward to having him on campus!
- Minnesota State Community and Technical College - Wadena
Noah Hoehn’s show is unique and incredibly relevant in today’s technology-focused world of pop culture. His highly choreographed live-looping skills are seamless and mesmerizing to watch, and his raw vocal talent makes it impossible not to sing along. We loved his energy and how fun he was to work with and watch on stage, we didn’t want his performance to end! We are looking forward to bringing him back to campus!
- University of Wisconsin-Whitewater