Alistair Noble

Alistair Noble
Alistair Noble is an Australian-born pianist, composer and musicologist. He has performed extensively in recital around Australia, and made many broadcasts for the national (ABC) radio. As a chamber musician he has worked many fine performers, and as a piano duo performs regularly with his brother Colin Noble. He was a founding member of the ensemble Lachrymae Musarum (Sydney) and of the Newling Ensemble (Armidale). His compositions have been performed, recorded and broadcast in Australia and North America.
Alistair holds a PhD in composition and musicology, and is currently Head of Theory and a lecturer in Musicology at The Australian National University’s School of Music. Alistair’s primary research area is mid-20th century music, with a special focus on the work of Morton Feldman, Stefan Wolpe and Edgard Varèse.

Sounds in Translation »

Intersections of music, technology and society

Edited by: Amy Chan, Alistair Noble
ISBN (print): 9781921536540
ISBN (online): 9781921536557
Publication date: September 2009