Conductor of Amadeus String Orchestra
Jenna Noble has conducted orchestras for elementary, middle, and high school students in the states of Texas, Massachusetts, and Colorado. She grew up in Illinois and played the violin with both her local youth symphony and public school program. In 2018, Mrs. Noble graduated from Baylor University with a degree in music education. Here, she earned a full scholarship to study the violin, but she also studied the voice and participated in numerous classical, jazz, and contemporary ensembles. After her time in Texas, she moved to Massachusetts and was the director of orchestras in the Cape Cod region. She also joined a country band as their fiddle player and vocalist. During this time, she managed to double the size of her school orchestras, manage the All-Cape Orchestra Festival, and open for ZZ-Top, Cheap Trick, and The Charlie Daniels Band.
Since her arrival to Colorado in 2022, Mrs. Noble has become the orchestra director at Widefield Elementary School of the Arts and Mesa Ridge High School, where her orchestras have won regional and state-level awards. She also has played violin with the Chamber Orchestra of the Springs and continues to teach private lessons on all the stringed instruments. In her free time, Mrs. Noble loves to be outside and exercise by hiking, rock climbing, cycling, and running. Her immediate family includes her husband, who is currently an officer in the Space Force, and her dog. Jenna’s mission as a teacher is to foster an environment for all students to grow love for their instrument, build tenacity toward technique, and strive for a balanced cycle of excellent performance and reflection. She looks forward to connecting with all of you through the Colorado Springs Youth Symphony Association!