born on 2007, She is a student of Mrs. Mila Feldman at the Israel Conservatory of Music Tel – Aviv in a collaboration with the JMC.
She started her violin studies at age 5 with Avital Tsaig age 8 she followed her studies with Mrs. Delia Jacob at the Israel Conservatory of Music Tel – Aviv.
Noga is a Finalist Diploma - from the 2019 Arthur Grumiaux International Violin Competition in Brussels.
First Special Place at Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition – Brussels 2019.
2018 - A Grant recipient with Exceptional Distinction from the Israel Conservatory of Music Tel –Aviv, with the support of Peker family.
Noga is a scholar from Ronen Foundation.
She is an AICF Grant recipient with Exceptional Distinction since 2019
She plays on an Italian violin from the 19th century, courtesy of the AICF foundation.
Noga is a scholar from JMC and also part of the program for “young and excellent string players” held by the Jerusalem Music Center. Since age 8 she meets 4 times a year with professor Miriam Fried. She is part of the David Goldman Program and plays chamber music in a quartet that works in collaboration between the ICM and the JMC.
Noga participated in many masterclasses, among them with: Itzhak Perlman, Li Lin, Prof Miriam Fried, Paul Biss, Prof Gregory Kalinovsky, Prof Ani Schnarch, Prof Daniel Gaede, Haim Taub, Prof Yair Kless, Nava Milo, Prof Irina Vasilievna Svetlova, David Grimal, and Rachel Barton Pine.
Noga participates regularly at Keshet Eilon Seminars, and preforms regularly at the seminar's soloists' concerts. She was also invited as a young violinist on special scholarship to the Keshet Eilon International Summer Course on 2019.
2017, age 10 She was accepted to the Perlman Genesis Music Program. 2019, age 12 to the Perlman Music Program.
On November 2018 – Noga performed in Heychal Hatarbut in Huberman St Tel Aviv, in Young Soloist concert, held by The Israel Philharmonic's Keynote Program for music education and community outreach.
On May 2020 – A soloist concert with Saint Saens Violin Concerto with HSO Haifa Symphony Orchestra with conductor Noam Tzur was cancelled due to COVID-19.