Aaron Noë is a conductor, educator, and trumpet player who loves to compose and arrange music for wind band. A graduate of Greensboro College (NC), he has completed graduate work at the University of South Carolina where he was a Teaching Assistant and holds a Master of Music Degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. As a trumpet player, Aaron Noë has been blessed to have performed with many great musicians including the late, great legend of jazz, James Moody and Eric Marienthal.
Aaron Noë is the founder and conductor of the Mid-Atlantic Wind Symphony (MAWS) in Fredericksburg, VA. MAWS is an invitational wind ensemble comprised of professional musicians from the mid-atlantic region volunteering their time to promote professional-level wind band literature. MAWS is dedicated to the promotion of the finest classical band repertoire through the performance of compositions by modern composers while respecting the rich heritage of the American Wind Ensemble as established by John Philip Sousa and his contemporaries. The Mid-Atlantic Wind Symphony performs three concerts each season in addition to special civic and patriotic events.
Compositions with Aamano Music