American tenor Noah Stewart is one of opera’s most sought after international performers. His musical journey began in Harlem before graduating from the Juilliard School and becoming a San Francisco Opera Adler Fellow. In 2012, he made history in the UK topping the classical charts with his debut album ‘Noah’, released by DECCA. He also made his Royal Opera debut that same year as Hassan in Miss Fortune. He has toured in the UK with the John Wilson Orchestra and as a solo artist. Noah has performed in 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.
Noah has sung widely in both the US and UK. North American highlights include Macduff and T. Morris Chester in the World Premiere of John Adam’s Appomattox; Faust with Atlanta Opera; Cavaradossi, Ismaele, Pinkerton, Nadir and Rodolfo for Michigan Opera Theater; Rodolfo with Florentine Opera of Milwaukee, New Orleans Opera, Opera Carolina, Opera Memphis and with the Orlando Philharmonic; Narraboth at the Arizona Opera and Radames at the Glimmerglass Festival. In concert, highlights include: Verdi’s Requiem at the Civic Opera House in Chicago; and Mozart’s Requiem and Bach’s Magnificat at Carnegie Hall.
Outside the US, highlights include: Cavaradossi with the National Resiopera; Don Jose in Gothenburg, South Africa, at the Royal Albert Hall and with Scottish Opera; Osaka (Iris) with Opera Holland Park, and Pinkerton at Covent Garden and with Opera North. He also performed in Peter Sellars’ critically acclaimed production of Purcell The Indian Queen at the the Bolshoi Opera, English National Opera, Teatro Real Madrid and Opera Perm.