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Examiner 1043
BMus (Hons), LMusA, AMusA

Jason Noble has been a member of Ensemble Offspring, Australia’s leading music ensemble, for more than 15 years. The ensemble has performed at festivals including Warsaw Autumn, Shanghai New Music, and the Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide Festivals. It has won multiple awards at the AMC and APRA Art Music Awards.

In 2017, Mr Noble released Chi’s Cakewalk, a solo album of new Australian music for clarinets, which was given a five-star review by Limelight magazine. He has also recorded albums with Ensemble Offspring, Halcyon, Gurrumal, Holly Seltmann, and the Tiwi women’s choir, Ngarukuruwala. His recent performing highlights include curating a Musica Viva Sessions concert with violinist Veronique Serret, the Sydney season of Wizard of Oz, and appearances with the improvising bass clarinet trio Lacuna.

Mr Noble has taught at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, UNSW, Moriah College, Trinity Grammar School, Sydney Boys High School, North Sydney Boys High School and Bellevue Hill Public School. He has travelled twice to Kabul to teach and perform at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music and continues to give Skype lessons to Afghani students. Mr Noble has been an aural tutor for the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and Gondwana Voices and also developed syllabuses for those institutions. For more than 20 years, he has taught clarinet and saxophone at his private studio.
Mr Noble produced and presented New Australian Music for the HSC for Fine Music. This program helps students and teachers source Australian music for performance in HSC music courses.

Positions held
  • Assistant Chief Examiner – Woodwind, AMEB (NSW)
  • Volunteer radio presenter for Fine Music