Louisville, Kentucky native Noah Sorota could be considered a bit of a wonder child. He started playing violin at the age of three and managed to add clarinet, piano, saxophone, trumpet, guitar, and mandolin to his arsenal as well. He moved to Los Angeles to attend USC’s Thornton School of Music, before receiving a BFA in music from The California Institute of the Arts. He went on to work with Hans Zimmer as an arranger, programmer, and soloist on numerous films at Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions. Noah was also a featured violinist on Guy Richie’s “Sherlock Holmes,” “Game of Thrones,” and “The Three Musketeers.” He worked with Steven Spielberg on “Falling Skies” and continues to write for film and television.