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Noah Garabedian

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Bassist, composer, and educator Noah Garabedian is a virtuoso performer whose music draws upon the rich acoustic post-bop, modern creative, and modal jazz traditions. He debuted in 2014 with the ambitious, brass-forward sextet album Big Butter and the Eggmen. Garabedian also teaches, holding positions at New York's The New School and the Stanford Jazz Workshop. Along with gigs alongside Ravi Coltrane and Ralph Alessi, he has continued showcase his own work, releasing the 2019 trio album New Year and the 2022's Consider the Stars Beneath Us with saxophonist Dayna Stephens. Born in 1985, Garabedian grew up in Berkley, California where he started playing bass. After high school, he earned his BA in Ethnomusicology from The University of California Los Angeles and a Master's of Music Performance from New York University. In recognition of his abilities, he was awarded a 2006 John Coltrane National Scholarship and in 2007 was selected as a finalist for the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz graduate program. He was also a 2011 finalist for the International Society of Double Bass Competition, a 2016 Fulbright Specialist Grant recipient, and a 2021 Artist Fellow with Creative Armenia and AGBU. As a leader, he debuted in 2014 with Big Butter and the Eggmen, featuring his group with trumpeter Kenny Warren, saxophonists Anna Webber and Kyle Wilson, and drummer Evan Hughes. Along with performing he teaches, splitting his time between The New School in New York City and the Stanford Jazz Workshop. He also works with Jazz At Lincoln Center's Jazz For Young People outreach program and has served as adjunct faculty at NYU and taught with The Weill Institute at Carnegie Hall. As a sideman, Garabedian has worked with luminaries like Ravi Coltrane, Jeff "Tain" Watts, Ralph Alessi, Myron Walden, and others. In 2019, Garabedian released New Year, a trio album with saxophonist Caleb Wheeler Curtis and drummer Vinnie Sperrazza. The following year, he premiered his composition The Tragedy of Hate, a commission for the Peace Resource Center at Wilmington College commemorating the survivors of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II. His third album, Consider the Stars Beneath Us, arrived in September 2022 and featured his group with saxophonist Dayna Stephens, pianist Carmen Staaf, and drummer Jimmy Macbride, as well as some programming and synth contributions by Samuel Adams.
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