Born: September 11, 1984 Primary Instrument: Saxophone
Noah Kaplan is a composer and saxophonist from Topanga Canyon, CA. He graduated from the New England Conservatory where he studied with Joe Maneri and Jerry Bergonzi. He has performed and curated for the Boston Microtonal Society, and was the recipient of the Jonathan Keith Foundation award in 2005 for his work with microtones. His debut album, Descendants, was released on HatHut Records in 2011 to critical acclaim. In addition to his quartet, Kaplan co-leads Dollshot, participates in a variety of New York based ensembles, and composes for an ongoing project with writer Hampton Fancher. He is also featured on recordings on NotTwo, Underwolf, and Creative Nation Music. He lives in Brooklyn.
Dollshot (Underwolf Records, 2011)
The Light And Other Things (Creative Nation Music, 2008)
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