Noah Rott Quartet


After relocating to New York City to study with true jazz masters at the NYU, the German pianist quickly adopted to the New York jazz scene and now presents some brand new music with his thrilling international quartet. The project evolves around Noah's original compositions, combining a very groovy and melodic approach to modern jazz with folk and rock influences. The band is featuring the Californian singer Ambrose, Israeli bassist Almog Sharvit and drummer Jake Shandling.

 

Stay tuned: The band will release it's first album in 2020 !

 

 

Noah Rott Trio


Germany based modern jazz piano trio.

 

Ugo Alunni // Drums

Felix Henkelhausen // Bass

Noah Rott // Piano & Compositions

Solo Piano


Noah Rott's solo piano playing features his original compositions, arrangements of standards as well as free improvisation.

Rocket Men


In 2016, Noah Rott was featured on the debut album of the german experimental electro-jazz band. Check out "Weightless" on Bandcamp:

Noah Rott Quartet


Hamburg based modern jazz quartet featuring the internationally renowned guitarist Sandra Hempel (NDR Big Band), as well as drummer Nathan Ott (known for his long-time collaboration with jazz legend Dave Liebman) and bass player Tilman Oberbeck (known for his work with Jorge Rossy). The quartet performs Noah Rott's original compositions

 

 

Sandra Hempel           guitar

Tilman Oberbeck        bass

Nathan Ott                   drums

Noah Rott                     piano

 

 

Lasse Golz Quartett


In 2018, Noah Rott was featured as a soloist and side-man on Lasse Golz's critically acclaimed debut album!

 

Lasse Golz                     Saxophon

Noah Rott                      Keyboard

Jan-Phillip Meyer          Schlagzeug

Dany Ahmad                 Gitarre

JAZZLAB


In 2015 Noah Rott established the Hamburg based concert series, record label and musicians collective JazzLab. JazzLab became one of the most important artist collectives for improvised music in the german jazz scene.

feel.jazz


In 2017 Noah Rott co-founded the annual music and art festival feel.jazz.