Upcoming Showz

Date City Venue
Tuesday 11/11/14 Doctor Noize in Springfield, MO Springfield Symphony
Time: 10:30am. Doctor Noize performs orchestral shows with the wonderful Springfield Symphony under the baton of Maestro Kyle Pickett!
Tuesday 11/11/14 Doctor Noize in Springfield, MO Springfield Symphony
Time: 1:00pm. A second orchestral show with the Springfield Symphony!

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Mission Statement: Doctor Noize inspires creativity, curiosity and character through music, art and words.



  • New Interactive Ebook App!

    Announcing the release of our interactive ebook app, The Ballad Of Phineas McBoof. Story, illustrations, animations, songs, sounds, narration, and more — for only 99 cents!

  • Upcoming Showz…

    …this summer include dates in CO, WY, WI, and CA! This Fall brings the CO premiere of the orchestral Phineas McBoof Crashes The Symphony in my hometown’s arts center!

  • Orchestra Album!

    Opera star & 2013 Richard Tucker Award winner Isabel Leonard has agreed to play the role of our villain on “Phineas McBoof Crashes The Symphony.” Watch Isabel on Sesame St. here!

  • Fun Raising!

    Isabel, Nathan Gunn, Maestro Kyle and I are making a mini musical about why we want to make an album like this for kids. Wanna help? Contact us! And watch Nathan on Colbert here!

  • Brain Trust?

    Thanks to my incredible advisory brain trust of Adam Bock, Craig Swanson, & Coert Voorhees. Janette Cullinan is on this list but doesn’t like the limelight, so I definitely won’t mention her.


The Noizemakers Sound Off!

  • You’re Awesome!! Thanks for letting us in on a piece of your world :)

    Lindsey Johnson

    CO Noizemaker

  • Every time I work with Cory Cullinan on a project, I expect to be entertained by a new and different musical vision. His ability to use music to enlighten the listener shows through in every one of his albums. It was particularly exciting to work with Dr. Noize and a studio-full of the most talented and enjoyable musicians, since everyone involved had so much fun while imparting their virtuosity to the project. We all learned something from Dr. Noize: it is possible to teach others about the music we love while entertaining them (and ourselves) at the same time. And no one left a mess on the floor…

    Jay Kadis

    Principal Recording Engineer & Lecturer,
    Stanford Center for Computer Research in Music & Acoustics

  • (A grandmother) was very appreciative of the fact that you remembered her Cory. She mentioned that a picture was taken of you with her grandkids. She went on and on (and on) about what a fantastic day they had with the programs and the music so well done! Cory thanks again so much for being here, we have had excellent feedback from the families.

    Nicole Schoville

    Children’s Museum of Indianapolis