About Chris Noble
Get to know Chris Noble
Chris is a concert violinist and music teacher with an extensive background from old-school Juilliard training. Each student who enters his studio will be getting an education that dates back to Dorothy Delay, Itzhak Perlman, and Ivan Galamian, some of the most widely recognized violin teachers in 20th century music pedagogy. He has studied with Henri Temianka Professor William Fitzpatrick in 2016-2020 at Chapman University's Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music, and will be studying with Professor Curt Macomber in 2022-2024 at Mannes School of Music.
Chris has won 1st prize at the 2013 Music Teachers Association of California VOCE Competition for the ages 13 to 15 category as well as laureate prizes for 2014 and 2015 for the ages 16-18 category. He has also been awarded 2016 OC Artist of the Year Nominee as well as a recipient of the Barbara Benson Memorial Arts Scholarships, Erwin Johnson Music Award, and the Chapman Celebrates-Music Award! As an orchestral musician, Chris has won positions for the Southern California Youth Philharmonic and Philharmonic Society of Orange County’s Youth Symphony.
He has also currently a sub-list violinist for American Youth Symphony. Chris has won principal positions for the Beckman High School Chamber Orchestra and Tustin Unified School District Honor Orchestra, and a concertmaster position for the Beckman High School Musical Theatre Orchestra.
As an educator, Chris has served as 1st Violin Coach Senior Division for Wildwood Institute for Music and Arts in 2017. Chris has also served as Violin Coach for Orange County Children’s Therapeutic Arts Center where he taught group classes and private lessons! Chris has participated in The Chapman Orchestra and has served a principal position. He has also studied chamber music with William Fitzpatrick, Robert Becker, Christine Frank, and Dr. Louise Thomas. During much of his chamber music experience at the conservatory, Chris has collaborated with pianist Charlie Zhang on Beethoven Violin Sonatas 5 & 7.
Chris also plays on an amazing rare 1651 Mathias Albani Violin!