Lincoln Noel is a top-drawer Pianist and Piano Teacher with an infectious and effervescent personality. Since graduating from the Royal Academy of Music in London, he has toured extensively as a Musical Director in Theatre Productions, given numerous concerts, and performed countless Corporate events. More specifically, for 41 years, Lincoln has been heavily engaged in the Weddings sector, as a Pianist, Church Organist, Event Co-ordinator and Master of Ceremonies and has since 1994 been The Civil Ceremonies Co-ordinator at the award winning Whittlebury Park Complex.
Since 1987, he has also been an Independent Private Piano Teacher and in 1999 he formed his own Jazz trio. He is a Principal Performer for "The Council For Music In Care" giving concerts UK-wide for those who cannot access the concert hall; and has subsequently performed in the presence of numerous members of the Royal family including HRH Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh.
His book "The Making of The Weddings Maestro" will be released in 2021.
December 16th, 2020 | 32 mins
This week on Choosing Your Reflection we speak with piano maestro Lincoln Noel. From the West End to The Duke’s Hall and countless weddings played over the years, Lincoln reflects on the wide array of dress he’s seen through the lens of a traveling musician. Our guest takes the time to explain to us how he reflects professionalism through his code of dress, always making sure there is a clear distinction between his work attire and the very special outfit he chose for his own wedding day.