Chris Noyes

Chris Noyes began studying guitar at the age of 8, taking lessons at a Washington DC area music store. The bands he played in as a kid often included politicians, in fact one band played at Robert Kennedy's house! In 1972, he entered Berklee and remained until his retirement in 2018. Back in 1969, he visited a music store and played a Moog for the first time. That experience touched off a lifelong passion to provide music technology for higher learning, which is just what he did at Berklee!

Interview Date:
May 10, 2017
Job Title:
Berklee School of Music

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