Becky Noble
BIOGRAPHY

Originally from Vancouver Island, BC, Becky Noble is a Montreal-based saxophonist, composer/arranger, and educator. She holds a bachelor of music (jazz performance) from McGill University, and has also studied at the Banff Centre for the Arts.

Becky has been recognized for excellence by the Canadian National Jazz Awards (CBC-Galaxie Rising Star), as well as by the International Association for Jazz Education (Sisters in Jazz Collegiate Competition Winner), and has performed throughout Canada and the U.S.A., including as a featured artist at the Kennedy Center for the Arts in Washington D.C., and in Long Beach, California.

After taking an extended break from music, Becky moved back to Montreal in the fall of 2011, where she started playing saxophone and composing full time again. Her sextet won first prize in the 2012 Jazz en Rafale’s “New Talent Competition”, which allowed Becky to record, produce, and release her debut album of original compositions, Salish Folk Song.

Becky has performed and worked with such artists as Terri Lyne Carrington, Greg Osby, Dave Douglas, Ingrid Jensen, Tineke Postma, and Phil Dwyer.

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