Christopher Diehl-Noble was raised in Castleton, VT. His parents were music faculty at Castleton State College and members of the VSO. Christopher began cello studies with Bettina Roulier at the age of four, and he later continued with Elsa Hilger. In 1985 he received a Bachelor of Music from Boston University where he had studied with George Neikrug. After four years as a public school music teacher in Maine, Christopher pursued a Waldorf teacher training in Sussex, England. He stayed in Sussex to teach music at a Waldorf school for several years before returning to Vermont in 1996 to join the faculty of Lake Champlain Waldorf School in Shelburne. There he teaches sixth grade in the grade school, and music history at the high school. He also teaches privately and freelances. Christopher lives in Vergennes with his wife Abigail and their young children: Benedict, Flora, and Simon.