Manchester’s opera lovers are in for a treat as young American sensation Noah Stewart is set to wow the city as he passes through on his UK solo tour next month.
The critically-acclaimed tenor, who has been compared to the likes of Pavarotti, will be performing at the Lowry Quays Theatre on Sunday April 26.
The Harlem-born singer admitted that his set list will comprise of popular opera arias, Broadway classics and some of the music that inspired him to become the outstanding performer that he is today.
Noah has been labelled as one of opera’s rising stars and been repeatedly praised for having a wide vocal range and an impressive tone to his voice.
Prior to his Manchester date, the singer will be returning to Covent Garden in his role as B.F Pinkerton for Madama Butterfly as he did in 2011 when the part earned him incredible reviews from critics.
The tenor made his Royal Opera debut in 2012 taking the role of Hassan in Judith Wier’s Miss Fortune in Covent Garden and his success in the UK has multiplied ever since.
In 2012, his debut record Noah reached number 14 in the UK Album Chart and also brought him to the number 1 spot in the UK Classical Album Chart.
In 2013, Stewart appeared as Don Jose in David Freeman’s production of Carmen at the Royal Albert Hall and he adopted the role of Don Pedro de Alvarado in Peter Sellars’ production of The Indian Queen at the English National Opera this February.
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