Noah Hudson-Camack (b. 30 October 2001, Morrisville, N.C.) is an American composer, euphoniumist, and student.
Mr. Hudson-Camack is currently  in his third year of study at the Blair School of Music at Venderbilt University, where he is pursuing a Bachelor of Musical Arts degree in composition. A voracious music enthusiast since introduced to band in middle school, Noah has performed in wind ensembles, marching bands, chamber ensembles, big band, jazz combos, choir, a capella groups, and steel pan bands. From these sources and a healthy smattering of popular music influences, he draws inspiration for his colorful and energetic compositions. Noah's works include pieces for orchestra, wind ensemble, chamber strings and winds, solo instrument, and jazz combo.
Works for Winds
- Fanfare and Flight (2023)
- Vanderbilt University Wind Symphony concert program, 16 February 2023