Noah Stewart, tenor, is one of operas most sought after international performers. Since his Training at The Juilliard School, Noah Stewart’s debut album for DECCA became a major success in the U.K. In 2012, he debuted at Covent Garden as Hassan in Weir’s Miss Fortune, a role he premiered at the Bregenzer Festspiele. North American engagements include: Rodolfo at Michigan Opera Theater, Nashville Opera, New Orleans Opera & Florentine Opera, Faust at Atlanta Opera, A Flowering Tree at Chicago Opera Theater & Gulbenkian in Lisbon; Cavaradossi, Ismaele, Nadir, Pinkerton for Michigan Opera Theater; Il Trittico at the Castleton Festival; Narraboth at Arizona Opera & Aida at the Glimmerglass Festival,
Outside the United States, he has sung Don Jose at Scottish Opera, Osaka at Opera Holland Park, Pinkerton at Covent Garden & Don Pedro Alvarado in Peter Sellars’ production of Purcell’s Indian Queen at the Bolshoi Opera, Teatro Real Madrid & Opera Perm.
Orchestral appearances include the Hallé Orchestra, Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (UK), Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philhamonic Orchestra, Manchester Philharmonic, Gulbenkian Symphony Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Ulster Orchestra, Berkeley Symphony & BBC Proms concerts.
Noah’s Future engagements include returning to Nashville Opera in Carmen and Michigan Opera Theatre in Puccini’s Tosca.