Noelle Lipa - Woodwind Specialist
Woodwind Specialist Noelle Presby Lipa holds a Master of Music from The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Music from Florida Atlantic University.
She is currently the woodwinds professor at Cecil College and the clarinet instructor at Harford Community College. She has performed with groups such as the Florida Philharmonic, Symphony of the Americas, Boca Pops, Gold Coast Opera, Miami Opera, Florida Wind Symphony, North Carolina School of the Arts European Summer Festival Orchestra, MidnightMoon Ensemble, Baltimore Blaser Quintette and Maryland Conservatory of Music Chamber Orchestra. She is also a founding member of Quintaero Woodwind Quintet and performs with Arioso Reed Trio. She is an active substitute with Toby’s Dinner Theater as a reed tripler and as a soloist, and was featured with the St. Louis Church Concert Orchestra when she performed the Mozart Clarinet Concerto and a full length multi-media solo clarinet and flute recital in 2012.
She has also performed on several faculty recitals including at Towson University, Cecil College, Harford Community College, CCBC Essex and the Maryland Conservatory of Music. She has served in several pit orchestras and has instructed all ages and levels on clarinet, flute and saxophone since 1997. She has been the woodwind instructor at Towson University Preparatory, CCBC Essex and Dundalk continuing education, Maryland Conservatory of Music, Chesapeake Center of the Arts, Notre Dame Preparatory, Calvert Hall, Loyola Blakefield, Musician’s Institute of Baltimore, Waldorf School of Baltimore and continues to maintain a private home studio.