Noah Stewart makes his company debut in the 2018-19 season, appearing as Greenhorn in Heggie and Scheer’s Moby-Dick. Recent engagements for Mr. Stewart include making his Scandinavian debut at Göteborg Opera as Don José in David McVicar’s acclaimed production of Bizet’s Carmen in Sweden, returning as guest soloist with The Hallé Orchestra and debuting his third solo UK tour entitled, “In Love Again”, featuring songs of Hollywood stage and screen as well as handpicked classical favorites. He recently returned as guest soloist with The City of Birmingham Orchestra (U.K.), was guest soloist with The Hallé Orchestra and returned to Michigan Opera Theatre in Puccini’s Tosca. This past summer he was guest artist with Friday Night Is Music Night with the BBC Concert Orchestra for BBC Radio 2, and recently debuted as Cavaradossi in Puccini’s Tosca at Ries Opera in Holland. Upcoming appearances will feature hims as guest soloist with The Hallé Orchestra, Cavaradossi in Tosca at Opera Birmingham (debut) and a return to Nashville Opera in the title role in Offenbach’s The Tales of Hoffmann (role debut).
In Spring 2012, he made a critically-lauded debut at Covent Garden as Hassan in Judith Wier’s Miss Fortune, a role he premiered at the Bregenzer Festspiele in the summer of 2011. Other notable engagements include the roles of Rodolfo (Puccini’s La bohème) and Don José (Bizet’s Carmen) at Opera Columbus and Nashville Opera, the title role in Gounod’s Faust at Atlanta Opera, Rodolfo at Florentine Opera and New Orleans Opera, the Prince (Adam’s A Flowering Tree) at Chicago Opera Theater as well at the Gulbenkian in Lisbon; the roles of Cavaradossi, Ismaele, Nadir, Rodolfo and Pinkerton for Michigan Opera Theater; Luigi (Puccini’s Il Trittico) for the Castleton Festival; Rodolfo and Cavaradossi with New Orleans and Florentine Opera and with the Orlando Philharmonic; Narraboth at the Arizona Opera and Radames at the Glimmerglass Festival. Outside the United States, he has sung Don Jose at Scottish Opera, Osaka at Opera Holland Park as well as Don Pedro Alvarado in Peter Sellars’ acclaimed production of Purcell’s Indian Queen, which premiered at the Bolshoi Opera, Teatro Real Madrid and Opera Perm.
Notable orchestral appearances include the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (UK), Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philhamonic Orchestra, Manchester Philharmonic, Gulbenkian Symphony Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, John Wilson Orchestra, Ulster Orchestra, Berkeley Symphony and San Francisco Chorale. Noah has performed on three BBC Proms concerts’ as well as being named a BBC Music Ambassador and made his broadcasting debut at The Cardiff Singer of the World on the BBC.
Mr. Stewart’s musical development started in Harlem, where he studied classical music at The Harlem School of the Arts. At age 12, his choir teacher encouraged him to pursue a music career, and he soon began doing voice-overs for Sesame Street and television school specials. Since Training at The Juilliard School, his debut album for DECCA became a major success in the United Kingdom, topping the classical charts for 7 weeks.
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