Noah Harrington is an award-winning upright and electric bassist, composer, and bandleader from Lexington, MA. He is currently a Performance major at Berklee College of Music on a scholarship. There he studies with Terence Blanchard, Ralph Peterson Jr., Ayn Inserto, & John Lockwood and many others.
in 2017, he was awarded the Charles Mingus Award for Composition by the Berklee Jazz Composition Faculty.
in 2015 and again in 2018, he was invited to the Acoustic Music Seminar at the Savannah Music Festival as one of 16 participants nationally, and there studied with masters Mike Marshall, Casey Driessen, Julian Lage, Mike Block, Moira Smiley, and Bela Fleck.
At Lexington High School, Noah participated in the Honors Jazz Combo for three years, attending the Charles Mingus High School Festival 3 times, where he received two Outstanding Soloist Awards.
He attended the Essentially Ellington Festival with Jazz At Lincoln Center three times, in 2015 placing 3rd out of 15 finalist bands nationwide, as well as being honored as a member of the Overall Most Outstanding Rhythm Section at the festival, and the Outstanding Acoustic Bass Player.
Noah also has studied with and been inspired by the work of Jesse Williams, Rick McLaughlin and Bruce Molsky. Noah’s main influences include Wayne Shorter, Charles Mingus, and Duke Ellington.