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Adam Noel

Noel.pngAdam has taught Music in Moraga Schools since 2002. He teaches Band, Choir and Jazz Band, and continues to teach the Strings program he founded in his first year. Musically, Adam grew up in Lafayette Schools playing the bass in orchestra. He received his BA in Music Composition and Education in 2001 from CSU Hayward (East Bay,) during which time he had the played with the CSUH Orchestra, harp ensemble, opera orchestra, the Prometheus Orchestra, Barry Green's Lafayette Bass Ensemble, several Musical Theater companies, and even subbed for the Berkeley Opera company! After 7 years in the MSD, Adam worked online through Boston University to acquire a Masters in Music Education in 2011.