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New Star Statements / Noah Stewart

 

NOAH-STEWART

 

 

http://www.noahofficial.com

 

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Biography - Noah Stewart

 

One of the recent highlights of Noah Stewart's burgeoning career was singing in Mozart's Requiem at Carnegie Hall, but his first appearance at the fabled Manhattan venue was less auspicious. It was after he'd studied at Juilliard and was trying to make a living as a singer, but had been forced to take an assortment of jobs to keep himself afloat.


"I worked at Carnegie Hall as a receptionist, answering phones, which was quite funny," he explains. " I remember one morning I was humming a tune and one of my supervisers said 'you can't do that here, it's very distracting,' so I quit that job. It was too hard for me to be in such a musical place and not be able to be musical."


Happily those days are behind him, and he's now building a fine reputation as a fast-rising operatic tenor, equally accomplished in interpreting such core roles as Don Jose in Carmen or Rodolfo in La Boheme or pioneering new roles in contemporary opera. But Noah also knows that there was a time when being an operatic tenor didn't just mean performing at the opera house, but could encompass all kinds of popular and traditional songs too. From Enrico Caruso to Luciano Pavarotti, history's classic tenors all had the popular touch. Though he was brought up in New York's Harlem district rather than in Naples or Milan, Noah has a dream to carry on that grand tradition.


"Mario Lanza was a huge idol of mine!" declares Noah, referring to the tenor who also became a Hollywood movie star and reached global audiences with a mix of music that included operatic arias, operetta, Neapolitan songs and popular standards. "Lanza was really important because he was a legitimate singer who sang songs but also sang opera. He had tremendous vocal gifts, and he showed that in all kinds of music it's all about feeling and it's all about emotion."


How appropriate, then, that Noah should have recently won the Mario Lanza Competition for Tenors. And Lanza himself would surely have approved of the breadth of material that Noah has chosen to sing for his debut album for Decca, not least I'll Walk With God, which Lanza sang in the movie The Student Prince. The disc includes the unadulterated operatic arias Recondita armonia, from Puccini's Tosca, and Pourquoi me reveiller, from Massenet's Werther, as well as the enduringly popular Bach/Gounod version of Ave Maria.


But it casts its net much wider too. With inspirational input from producers and arrangers Steven Baker and Christian Seitz, it frames Noah's rich, resonant voice in the spiritual classic Deep River, and the traditional tunes Silent Night and Nearer My God To Thee. When he was at high school, Noah gained some experience of the pop music industry when he sang backup for Mariah Carey at Madison Square Gardens and appeared on the David Letterman Show with rapper Coolio, so he had a feel for how to tackle pop standards like Abba's I Have a Dream, Nights In White Satin (with Italian lyrics) and Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah. There's also a visit to the movies with a stirring new arrangement of the theme from Exodus.


"It's awesome!" he says of the latter. "When we were making the record it was at the time of the big uprising in Egypt, and sometimes you can pull inspiration from things like that going on around you. I remember writing 'Egypt' on my sheet music for Exodus because the impact was so profound. The arrangement is epic and exciting, and I got to pour everything into it."
The disc even contains a fresh reappraisal of that all-American favourite, The Star Spangled Banner.


"It's my dream to sing The Star Spangled Banner at the Superbowl, but don't tell anyone," Noah confides. "I'm proud to be from America and the opportunities it has afforded me, and my version would be very traditionalist, bringing out the text and the spirit of the piece. We've done a fantastic version of it on the album. When I heard it I thought 'that's a big arrangement for a big occasion, like the Superbowl or the Olympics'."


Though Noah grew up in New York, his family was originally from New Orleans, a city famous for its seething tradition of blues, jazz and gospel, so maybe some of those powerful musical flavours followed him up from Louisiana to the north-east.
"We grew up in the Baptist church, but I don't have memories of singing gospel music," he reflects. "People often ask me if I grew up singing gospel and I say 'no,' but I didn't grow up singing classical music either."


In fact he even studied science in junior high school rather than the arts, but he began singing in the school choir as an extra activity. "I progressed in singing year by year, and I won my first competition in my last year of junior high," he remembers. "That was my first lightbulb moment, that maybe I could pursue a musical career one day."


It was when he attended Manhattan's La Guardia high school that his musical and creative abilities really began to flourish. "La Guardia was probably the first performing arts high school in the country, it was a bit like [TV show] Glee," he says. "It was great,  I learned so much there. It was really eye-opening in terms of repertory and options and languages. I performed in my first opera in my sophomore year, I think I was 15."


That opera was La Costanza in Amor Vince l'Inganna by the baroque composer Antonio Caldara, though it wasn't the baroque era that would particularly catch Noah's attention. What especially fascinated him was the collection of CDs and laserdiscs held by the principal of La Guardia's vocal arts programme, which featured classic performances by artists such as Herbert von Karajan, Pavarotti, and soprano Leontyne Price.


"I'd get to school early so I could watch a new scene before class began. I just became transfixed with opera, and because learning a language was part of the course I took Italian. I figured I like opera, so I should learn Italian so I can understand what they're singing."


In one of those serendipitous moments that life sometimes serves up, Leontyne Price came to New York's Tower Records (which was across the street to Juilliard) on a promotional visit to launch her enormous "Essential" CD collection. The star-struck Noah queued to meet her.


"I said to her 'Miss Price, you are such an inspiration, you've really drawn me to opera', and she said 'what's the next step for you?' I said Juilliard, and she said 'that's the best place for you'. She gave me a few hints about my repertoire, and the last thing she said was 'give 'em hell!'"


Inspired by this brush with musical greatness, Noah won a scholarship to the esteemed Juilliard School (though, he adds, "I applied to about seven music schools and I got accepted by all of them"). Juilliard has a reputation for being demanding and intensely competitive, and Noah found that it was well deserved.


"I was 17 when I went there, and I was still learning how my voice works. You have to build it slowly and everything wasn't all working yet. But the amount of knowledge I gathered there was amazing, and graduating from Juilliard was an artistic feat but it was also a spiritual journey. I was so much stronger when I left because I'd been through it."


By the end of his senior year at Juilliard, Noah's abilities were already beginning to create ripples in the classical music world, and his achievements earned him  inclusion in the book Spirit of Harlem by Craig Marberry and Michael Cunningham. However, perhaps prematurely, he decided that he was going to take a shot at launching himself on a professional career, and with that in mind he turned down a scholarship at the Manhattan School of Music. But like many a musician before him, he found that making a living from music is hard.


"I wanted to be like Pavarotti at 20 years old, but it didn't happen," he admits.  "I had to take a year off, which became three years. I did auditions and entered competitions, and I was successful in the beginning and then I hit a wall, where everyone said 'no no, you're not ready yet'. "


You might say this period of his life was character-building, as he took a series of jobs to help him survive while he continued to perfect his singing. He worked as a carpenter's assistant at Juilliard, and did a stint as a cater-waiter, serving food at catered functions. And as we have seen, he made it to Carnegie Hall, but not in the way he'd dreamed of.
Luckily he was saved in the nick of time by San Francisco Opera, who accepted him into its Merola summer program after he'd auditioned for it in New York. "I think that was the breaking point - if they hadn't said yes I would have quit singing. That was my last audition."


Instead, Noah enjoyed a superb summer in the City by the Bay, appearing in his first modern opera when he sang the role of the Wizard in Conra Susa's Transformations (a role he later repeated at Wexford in Ireland). Then he was invited to join the San Francisco company's fellowship program for young artists. During a three-year stint in California, he made his professional debut in the world premiere of Philip Glass's opera Appomattox, and he vividly remembers the night he went onstage as Macduff in Verdi's Macbeth after the incumbent tenor fell ill.


"I was singing Malcolm and understudying Macduff," he recounts.  "The tenor was having a little bit of difficulty in the first act, and when the curtain came down the director asked me if I was prepared to sing the role. I said yes, and before I went onstage I visualised the role the way a pro athlete would before a race. I went on, and it was a huge success. After that I moved back to New York and got an agent. I used that moment to start my career."


Subsequently, Noah has been steadily climbing the operatic ladder, mastering roles in both mainstream and brand new repertoire. He sang The Prince in the first fully staged production of John Adams's A Flowering Tree with Chicago Opera Theatre - "John Adams is an awesome guy and so down to earth," says Noah, "and he was very happy to make adjustments to help me feel more comfortable" - and his numerous other engagements have included singing Cavaradossi and Rodolfo for Michigan Opera Theater,  Narraboth from Strauss's Salome for Arizona Opera, Aeneas from Dido and Aeneas with the Yards Arts Festival, and Don Jose in La Tragédie de Carmen with Chicago Opera Theatre. At the Castleton Music Festival, he sang Luigi in Puccini's Il Tabarro under the baton of the eminent Lorin Maazel.


"Singing in front of maestro Maazel, I was a bit nervous," Noah confesses. "But he's very laid-back and he liked my singing. We were really in sync during the performances."


Other memorable experiences recently have included touring Carmen in South Africa with Opera Africa, and La Boheme in Opera Carolina. "I love Boheme because the characters are just young guys, it's like [TV show] Entourage, like singing Entourage in Italian in Paris!" Noah enthuses. "Though they have less money of course, and no iPhones or anything. Every day is a struggle for them to eat and to live, but they make the best of it."


In 2012 Noah will make his Covent Garden debut as Hassan in Judith Weir's Achterbahn (Miss Fortune), having premiered the role in Bregenz in Austria in 2011, and British audiences can also look forward to seeing him in Opera North's Madame Butterfly. It feels like several lifetimes have passed since the young Noah first told his mother, Patricia, that he wanted to become an opera singer.


"My mother's fantastic! a real inspiration" he declares. "She's been working as a cashier at Food Emporium in Harlem for 42 years - can you believe that? When I said I wanted to sing opera she always supported me, and when I got to Juilliard she could see that I really had what it takes. I always think of her as almost like my agent or one of my managers in New York."
His music is making him a global citizen, but Noah Stewart has no plans to forget his roots.

 

The debut album, out now on Decca Records
“The rich clarity of his tone and dashing persona seem capable of conquering anyone through sheer charisma alone”

 

(The Guardian)
Decca Records is thrilled to present the debut album from Harlem Tenor, Noah Stewart.
It is hard to believe that only a few years ago Noah was a receptionist at New York’s Carnegie Hall, working to pay for his singing lessons. He has of course, since then, performed on that stage and is now building a fine reputation as a fast-rising operatic tenor, equally accomplished in interpreting such core roles as Don Jose in Carmen or Rodolfo in La Boheme or pioneering new roles in contemporary opera. But Noah also knows that there was a time when being an operatic tenor didn't just mean performing at the opera house, but could encompass all kinds of popular and traditional songs too. From Enrico Caruso to Luciano Pavarotti, history's classic tenors all had the popular touch.


"Mario Lanza was a huge idol of mine!" declares Noah, referring to the tenor who also became a Hollywood movie star and reached global audiences with a mix of music that included operatic arias, operetta, Neapolitan songs and popular standards. "Lanza was really important because he was a legitimate singer who sang songs but also sang opera. He had tremendous vocal gifts, and he showed that in all kinds of music it's all about feeling and it's all about emotion." How appropriate, then, that Noah should have recently won the Mario Lanza Competition for Tenors. And Lanza himself would surely have approved of the breadth of material that Noah has chosen to sing for his debut album for Decca, not least I'll Walk With God, which Lanza sang in the movie The Student Prince.


The disc includes fine renditions of the operatic arias Recondita armonia, from Puccini's Tosca, and Pourquoi me reveiller, from Massenet's Werther, as well as the enduringly popular Bach/Gounod version of Ave Maria. But it casts its net much wider too. With inspirational input from producers and arrangers Steven Baker and Christian Seitz, the album also presents Noah's rich, resonant voice in the spiritual classic Deep River, and the traditional tunes Silent Night and Nearer My God To Thee.
When he was at high school, Noah gained some experience of the pop music industry when he sang backup for Mariah Carey at Madison Square Gardens and appeared on the David Letterman Show with rapper Coolio, so he had a feel for how to tackle pop standards like Nights In White Satin (with Italian lyrics) and Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah. There's also a visit to the movies with a stirring new arrangement of the theme from Exodus.


"When we were making the record it was at the time of the big uprising in Egypt, and sometimes you can pull inspiration from things like that going on around you. I remember writing 'Egypt' on my sheet music for Exodus because the impact was so profound. The arrangement is epic and exciting, and I got to pour everything into it." (Noah Stewart)
The disc even contains a fresh reappraisal of that all-American favourite, The Star Spangled Banner, which – after dreaming about it for years – Noah sang at the NFL International Series game at Wembley Stadium in October last year.
2012 also sees Noah make his Royal Opera House debut, starring in a new opera by the modern composer Judith Weir called Miss Fortune (from 12th to 28th March).


All those for whom the album'Noah'gives the pleasure of hearing this magnificent tenor voice for the first time must agree that, whether it’s serious opera or popular repertoire, Noah Stewart certainly is “the real thing” (The Independent).


Tracklisting:

 

1 Youmans: Without A Song
Philharmonia Orchestra / Nicholas Dodd

 

2 Deep River
Apollo Voices / Philharmonia Orchestra / Nicholas Dodd

 

3 Puccini: Recondita armonia (Tosca)
The Vienna Session Orchestra / Johnny Bertl

 

4 Sting: Campos de oro (Fields Of Gold)
London Metropolitan Orchestra / Adam Langston

 

5 Cara Mia
Philharmonia Orchestra / Nicholas Dodd

 

6 Leonard Cohen: Hallelujah
The Vienna Session Orchestra / Johnny Bertl

 

7 Adams: Nearer, My God, To Thee
Apollo Voices / Philharmonia Orchestra / Nicholas Dodd

 

8 Shenandoah
The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra / Richard Hein

 

9 J.S. Bach / Gounod: Ave Maria
The Vienna Session Orchestra / Johnny Bertl

 

10 Massenet: Pourquoi me reveiller (Werther)
The Vienna Session Orchestra / Johnny Bertl

 

11 Justin Hayward: Notte di luce (Nights In White Satin)
Philharmonia Orchestra / Nicholas Dodd

 

12 Brodszky: I'll Walk With God (The Student Prince)
The Vienna Session Orchestra / Johnny Bertl

 

13 Amazing Grace
The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra / Richard Hein

 

14 Gruber: Stille Nacht
The Vienna Session Orchestra / Johnny Bertl

 

StarStatements.com möchte sich bedanken bei:
Noah Stewart
& Caroline Crick ( Decca Records )
& Joanne Steward ( Universal Music - Decca Records / London )

Frank Gerber

 

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