I was thrilled to interview cellist Noah Hoffeld on this week’s podcast. Noah has performed with Rene Fleming and Phillip Glass, and recorded solo cello for films including A Walk In the Woods and The Skeleton Twins. His debut solo album, Play Human, has been heralded by Baebel Music as “cello rock you never knew you needed.”
We talked a good bit about Noah’s fantastic album, Play Human, and I was especially interested in talking to Noah about the role that meditation plays in his creativity and productivity. This is an area I have been wanting to add into my life for some time, so this was a particularly timely topic for me.
Role of Rock
Flirting With Disaster
(Both selections are from Noah’s album, Play Human. Check it out on iTunes)
Learn more about Noah on his website and take a peak at his Twitter while you’re at it.
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