Noah Stewart's debut single, Without A Song is taken from his self-titled debut album, which will be released on February 27th, 2012.
Born in Harlem, Noah attended the Harlem School of the Arts, where he studied Classical Music, where his teacher encouraged him to pursue a career in music. He performed his first opera, La Costanza in amor vince l'inganno, at high school.
Noah has already had a taste of the entertainment industry; in addition to a voice role on Sesame Street and various television school specials, he has sung backing vocals for the likes of Hootie and the Blowfish; Coolio and even Mariah Carey.
He won a full scholarship to the prestigious Julliard at the recommendation of his mentor, the soprano Leontyne Pryce. He had barely completed his senior year at the school when he was invited on tour with The Bach Society of Columbia, to perform the title role of Acis and Galatea in Germany.
Since then, Noah's career has been going from strength to strength. He has performed with the San Francisco Opera's Merola Program and has debuted in shows such as Macbeth; Appomattox and A Flowering Tree, playing the main role each time.
Noah toured with Opera North in 2011 in their production of Madama Butterfly, where he received rave reviews.
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