Noah Hock

Noah Hock received a Bachelor of Music from the University of Puget Sound in 2003, where he was the first violist to win their annual concerto competition. He completed a Master of Music at UNCG in 2005 and is now an active orchestra and chamber music performer throughout the Piedmont Triad area, performing as associate principal viola of the Winston Salem Symphony, section viola of the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, and section viola of the Roanoke Symphony among many other activities. Recent chamber music endeavors include performances with Dimitri Sitkovetsky, Catherine Ciesinski, and Time for Three.