Noah Strand received his dance training at the School of American Ballet (SAB), Lincoln Center, New York City, from 2014 through 2018, under the tutelage of Kay Mazzo, Jock Soto, Arch Higgins, Jonathan Stafford, Andrei Kramarevsky, and others. Noah performed on stage with the New York City Ballet in Peter Martins’s Sleeping Beauty and danced a principal role in Christopher Wheeldon’s Scene de Ballet, and was featured in a series of in-studio performances for students from New York City public schools. Noah participated in the New York Choreographic Institute from 2015-2017, performing original works by Kaloyan Boyadjiev, Dana Genshaft, and Gianna Reisen. Noah also choreographed his own work, Hammer, a composition for four dancers to the music of Nils Frahm, for the SAB Student Choreographic Institute in 2017. He began his ballet training at the age of nine at the Washington School of Ballet under Kee Juan Han, Kristina Windom, and Lilla Seber before joining SAB at age fourteen. He has also trained and performed with the Boston Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and the San Francisco Ballet.