Noah Jackson Music

Bass - Bass Guitar - Cello - Composer - Educator


Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Noah Jackson is a bassist, cellist, and composer. A graduate of Michigan State University under the tutelage of Rodney Whitaker, and Manhattan School of Music with Dr. Larry Ridley, he has become recognized as a up and coming bassist and cellist. Jackson has been performing with many top acts in most music venues in and around New York City and has traveled with world renowned artists such as Abdullah Ibrahim, Hugh Masekela, Jazzmeia Horn, George Burton, and Winard Harper. Noah has performed in over 10 countries from South Africa, Qatar, to Switzerland and performed in many jazz major jazz festivals both domestically (Detroit Jazz Fest, New Orleans Jazz Festival) and internationally (Cape Town Jazz Festival, Montreal Jazz Festival, Nice Jazz Festival).  As a bandleader, his jazz group Full Circle has performed in many venues around New York City and Detroit to well received audiences.  His group recorded an album, "Contemplations: A Suite", which has garnered critical praise. As a leader of the Ase string quartet, he was commissioned to compose and direct the quartet in a multidisciplinary collaborative project Practicing: Silence at Grace Farms under the direction of Kenyon Adams as part of their Practicing series. Jackson is currently residing in New York City.