Noah Rott is a Brooklyn based pianist, keyboarder, composer, bandleader, educator & electronic artist who fuses modern jazz with electronic soundscapes. Originally hailing from Hamburg, Germany, Noah Rott migrated to New York City in 2017, where he swiftly carved out a niche for himself as a dynamic force within the city's jazz scene. As part of a new generation of jazz innovators, Noah Rott's virtuosic and versatile use of analog synthesizers and sound effect paired with his picturesque approach to the acoustic piano have garnered him attention and acclaim.


Noah Rott started his career as a jazz pianist in his hometown Hamburg, Germany. After receiving first recognition as the winner of the jazz competitions “Jugend Jazzt Hamburg 2008 (first prize soloist)” and “Jugend Jazzt 2010 Ensemble,” he studied a Bachelor in Jazz Instrumental Performance at the Hamburg Conservatory for Music and Theatre.

 During this time he became a well-established pianist and driving force of Hamburg's local jazz scene and started to perform nationally and internationally. He performed with several ensembles in the US, Europe, China, South Korea, Nepal, and Costa Rica.

Noah Rott was featured on world-renowned festivals and venues, such as European Parliament, Jewish Museum New York, Jazzmandu festival, Club Evans Seoul, Rockwood Music Hall, Shape Shifter Lab, Elbjazz festival, feel.jazz festival, ueberjazz festival, festiwal kulturi, jazz open festival, and many more. Furthermore he recorded on seven critically acclaimed albums as a sideman. 

Besides his musical activities, Noah Rott worked as a cultural manager. For many years he was a board member of the association "JazzHaus Hamburg e.V." supporting cultural events and hosting an annual jazz festival. In 2015 he founded the music label, artist collective and event series JAZZLAB with the objective to make improvised music accessible to a new and young audience. In 2017 he was a founding member and host of the festival feel.jazz.


Since 2017 Noah Rott was rewarded with the internationally renowned Fulbright scholarship to represent German culture in the US and further the mutual and cultural understanding of both countries.

In 2019 he graduated from the New York University with a Master of Music in Jazz Instrumental Performance. In this time he studied with some of the most innovative jazz artists of our time, such as Peter Bernstein, Kevin Hays, Alan Ferber, Billy Drewes, Adam Rogers, Brad Shepik, Andy Milne and Lenny White.
Additionally Noah Rott taught courses for undergraduate students at NYU in the fields "Jazz/Pop Piano & Composition”.


In 2019 Noah Rott recorded his debut album “Rewind” which will be released on April 9, 2021 on the label JAZZLAB and features Israeli bassist Almog Sharvit, Californian singer Ambrose Getz as well as Californian drummer Jake Shandling.
In the course of his career Noah Rott collaborated with world-known artists such as Jim Black, Michael Rodriguez, Rich Perry, Tal Yahalom, Sandra Hempel, Silvan Strauss, Ken Norris, Gaya Feldheim Schorr, Nils Wogram, David Leon, Quintin Zoto and Frank Delle.


He is currently leading a new quartet with the vision of creating an innovative sonic blend of acoustic elements and electronic sounds. His band features some of New York's most unique musical minds, such as Alfredo Colon, Mathias Jensen and Kobi Abcede. Noah Rott is projected to release his second album as a bandleader in early 2025.



Noah Rott, geboren und aufgewachsen in Hamburg, ist ein international auftretender Jazzpianist, Keyboarder, Bandleader, Komponist, und Lehrer.

In seinem facettenreichen Spiel mischt er verschiedenste Einflüsse von Bach und elektronischer Musik mit seiner langjährigen Auseinandersetzung mit der Tradition des amerikanischen Jazz. Im April 2021 erscheint sein Debüt-Album "Rewind", welches mit Noah Rotts New Yorker Quartett, bestehend aus Ambrose Getz, Almog Sharvit und Jake Shandling, aufgenommen wurde.


Konzerttouren führten ihn durch Europa, USA, China, Südkorea, Nepal und Südamerika. Noah Rott trat auf vielen renommierten Festivals und Veranstaltungsorten auf wie dem Europäischen Parlament, Jüdisches Museum New York, Jazzmandu, Club Evans Seoul, Rockwood Music Hall, Shape Shifter Lab, Elbjazz-Festival, Feel.Jazz-Festival, Überjazz-Festival, Travejazz-Festival, Jazz-Open-Festival und vielen mehr. Zudem wirkte er als Sideman auf bisher zwölf Alben mit.

Seit 2017 ist Noah Rott Stipendiat des weltweit renommierten Fulbright-Programms mit dem Auftrag, zum deutsch-amerikanischen Austausch und interkulturellen Verständnis beizutragen. Von 2017 – 2019 studierte er einen "Master in Jazz Instrumental Performance" an der New York University. Zudem unterrichtete er in dieser Zeit Kurse für Bachelor-Studenten an der NYU im Bereich "Jazz/Pop Piano & Composition". Während seines Studiums lernte er bei Peter Bernstein, Kevin Hays, Alan Ferber, Billy Drewes, Adam Rogers, Brad Shepik, Andy Milne und Lenny White.
Über die Jahre arbeitete Noah Rott mit international renommierten Musikern wie Jim Black, Michael Rodriguez, Rich Perry, Tal Yahalom, Alfredo Colon, Mathias Jensen, Kobi Abcede, Almog Sharvit, Sandra Hempel, Silvan Strauß, Ken Norris, Gaya-Feldheim Schorr, Nils Wogram, Florian Herzog, Lukas Akintaya, Jake Shandling, Quintin Zoto und Frank Delle.