Noah Lawson is a composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist from Northumberland, UK. Composition has always driven Noah’s musical interest, with early songs written at the age of nine. He is a trained classical pianist and drummer and is a self-taught guitarist and banjoist. Noah went to the University of Oxford to study a BA in music, where he explored his emerging minimalist and electroacoustic contemporary classical compositional style. He was appointed the Composition Scholar at St Anne’s College in 2018, studying with Professor Martyn Harry and Dr Eugene Birman. At Oxford, Noah discovered his interest in music production whilst recording his first EP, which prompted him to move to the University of York to study a Masters in music production. Noah has founded several composition and community music groups including the St Anne’s Contemporary Music Ensemble and the St Anne’s Boomwhacker Society. He enjoys improvisational music, in particular contemporary jazz, and formed jazz duo SubWoofer with percussionist Dom Kilsby in his teenage years. Noah’s solo projects aim to draw upon this range of influences to make music that is accessible and stimulating, emotive and thought provoking.