Noah Luft-Weissberg discovered his great-grandfather’s violin in the closet of his childhood home in Niskayuna, New York when he was two years old, and since then he has never put it down. During high school, he joined the Empire State Youth Orchestra as concertmaster, and he attended the New York State Summer School of the Arts’ orchestral studies program with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Mr. Luft-Weissberg obtained Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Violin Performance at Temple University, where he studied under William Depasquale, former concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra. In 2008 and 2010 he was a member of the National Repertory Orchestra in Breckenridge, Colorado, serving as Principal Second Violin and soloist. After university, Noah played with the Glens Falls Symphony Orchestra, Schenectady Symphony Orchestra, and Catskill Orchestra. He currently resides in Manhattan, freelancing and teaching.