Timothy and Hosanna Noble will perform at West Rockport Baptist Church, 545 Park St., West Rockport, Aug. 8 at 6 p.m.
Timothy Noble began to exhibit his musical talent at the age of three by playing on the piano the hymns he heard in church. He was enrolled at that age in a program called “Music for Young Children” which he participated in until he began private piano lessons at the age of six. From that young age, it has been his desire to honor God with his music. Timothy has his own studio, Noble Sound Recording, where he produces and records his own CDs as well as producing tracks and CDs for other musicians. He has traveled and done concerts with his family since the age of 10.
Hosanna’s love for music became apparent when her mother began giving her music lessons at the age of five. She was soon drawn to the violin and has been playing it ever since. She also attended the Stamps-Baxter School of Music where she studied voice under Allison Speer. Prior to meeting Timothy, she traveled for five years doing concerts with her family.
The Nobles met in 2016 at the National Quartet Convention, a gospel music event held annually in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. and were married in June of 2019.