Tenor Noah Stewart is a frequent guest artist with major opera companies and in concert halls around the world. His musical development started in Harlem, where he studied classical music at The Harlem School of the Arts. When he was 12 years old, his choir teacher encouraged him to pursue a musical career. He began doing voice-overs for Sesame Street and television specials, and won first place in the New England Music Competition in Boston. He went on to study at The Juilliard School in New York.
Mr. Stewart’s debut album for DECCA, Noah, became a major success in the United Kingdom. Noted opera engagements include B.F. Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly and Hassan in Judith Wier’s Miss Fortune, both at Covent Garden; Faust at Atlanta Opera; A Flowering Tree by John Adams at Chicago Opera Theater and in Lisbon; Tosca and Nabucco for Michigan Opera Theatre; Don José in David McVicar’s acclaimed production of Carmen at Göteborg Opera; Tosca at Ries Opera; Osaka in Iris at Opera Holland Park; and Peter Sellars’ acclaimed production of Purcell’s Indian Queen at the Bolshoi Opera, Teatro Real Madrid, and Perm Opera.