Noah Berrie is a London-based sound artist, composer, and classically-trained violinist working with installation, video, and performance. 

Fascination with the foundational elements of sound – vibration, resonance, and texture – permeates his work. Through an assemblage of strings, loudspeakers, and voices; traditional ensembles and digital detritus; reimagined audio technology and invented instruments, Berrie explores space, material, and agency in soundmaking. Fundamentally, his work investigates sound as a mediator between worlds, probing invisible physical, perceptual, social, and emotional realities.

As an instrumentalist, he primarily performs with an electroacoustic violin system that uses feedback, neural nets, and gestural tracking as tools to explore new modes of improvisation.

Berrie is currently in-residence at Lee Alexander McQueen’s Sarabande Foundation 2023-2024. He completed his MA in 2022 at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University, where he studied with Patricia Alessandrini, Chris Chafe, Paul DeMarinis, Francois Rose, and Erik Ulman, among others. He was previously in residence at Audium Theatre of Sound in San Francisco (2022) and has performed internationally in the US, Mexico, France, Ireland, and the UK.