Noel DeLisle (ASCAP)
Noel DeLisle grew up in New England and began formal musical training at the age of 3, studying piano, voice, organ, and a number of orchestral instruments. At the age of 12 Noel began composing and has since written and arranged over 300 pieces in more than 7 musical genres. A few of Noel's compositions can be found in the catalogs of Gloria Patri Music, Apparatus Publishing, and Beckenhorst Press.
Noel DeLisle has had the privilege of studying under the tutelage of professors from The Julliard School, Berkeley School of Music, University of Tennessee, Concordia College, and Westminster Choir College - including Dr. John Sinclair, Dr. Leon Anderson, Dr. Susan Kindall, Dr. Warren Cook, Dr. Dwight Gustafson, and Dr. Chris Gilliam.
During his college-level training, Noel founded and directed several elite choral ensembles including Suspiro and One Voice, 2 men's ensembles that performed regularly across the country. In addition to performing at such venues as the New England Conservatory of Music, VH1's Young Artist Spotlight, The Biltmore Estate and Carnegie Hall, Noel has also produced and directed 5 professional recordings that feature both he and a few of his many musical ensembles.
Having now expanded his musical talents to include music technology and production, Noel is building his own recording studio that he hopes to have fully functional in the near future. Apart from music, Noel enjoys spending time with friends, anything related to fitness, and electronic technology. Noel is serving in active duty with the United States Marine Corps and is currently deployed overseas to the Middle East.