Noah Bauer


Noah Bauer is a Minneapolis-born Latinx and Swedish educator, artist, and activist. He has musical experience and training since 2009, actively performing and teaching piano, guitar, vocals, bass, drums, and Latin percussion.


Noah loves teaching music to people of all ages and he is a fluent Spanish speaker. His musical background is rooted in Latin, Jazz, Rock, and Classical, but he is always looking to expand his repertoire and learn more! Noah received his BA from North Park University in Chicago, and is looking to further his education with a Master of Music Therapy. Sharing music and working with people is his greatest joy.




Geographic areas served

Noah is available for in home lessons in a 15 mile radius of NE Minneapolis and at the Opus studios in Plymouth, St. Louis Park, and Robbinsdale.



  • $32 / half hour lesson
  • $45 / 45-minute lesson
  • $60 / 60-minute lesson
  • $8 more per in home lesson

Attendance policy

You must let the instructor know if you are unable to attend a lesson at least 24 hours in advance. The lesson will not be refunded if the instructor is notified less than 24 hours in advance or if the student no shows. Rescheduling a lesson is based on the instructor’s schedule. Refunds for last minute absences will be considered by the instructor on a case-by-case basis.

Cancellations due to Student Illness:
If your student is too sick to go to school, work, or extracurricular activities, do not show up to the lesson. Let the instructor know as soon as possible.

Teacher Cancellations:
In the rare circumstance of a teacher cancellation, the parent/student will be notified as soon as possible via email and/or phone. The refund will be reflected on the next invoice and the lesson will be rescheduled.

Weather Related Cancellations:
If road conditions are too much of a hazard for driving, the instructor will cancel the lesson. You have the opportunity to either reschedule the lesson or get refunded for time lost. Any cancellation of this circumstance will be for the safety of both the student, parent, and the instructor.

Teaching Philosophy

Sound and music are fundamental to our life experience. Whether it’s the cooing and crying of a newborn, the rhythmic clicking and hum of a AC unit, or the birdsong that we start our days with, sound and music are facts of life. All we need is confidence, curiosity, and guidance, and we too can join in on the fun! I want to share the wisdom that I have learned, so you can express yourself further with a new instrument or develop your improvisation, performance, sight-reading, arranging, composing, and soloing skills.