Recently, you may have seen this man appearing on a few TV magazine and chat-shows, including Andrew Marr's Sunday morning political round-up. Debonair Noah Stewart has risen to prominence at a furious rate in recent months - not bad for a young boy who was discovered whilst still employed as a receptionist at New York's iconic Carnegie Hall. More recently, Stewart has returned to his previous employers, this time as a performer.
Taking tenor and Hollywood actor Mario Lanza as his initial inspiration, Stewart had been busy gaining an enthusiastic audience with his charismatic presence and resonate timbre, before landing a plum role with the Royal Opera this year. He is set to appear in Judith Weir's new contemporary opera, "Miss Fortune", which runs until 28th March (tickets cost £24 - £80). As well as that busy schedule, Stewart is about to unveil his debut album. You can also catch him on tour during May from Gateshead to Salford, via Birmingham, Milton Keynes and Islington - tickets are on sale now for £22.50 (£25 for London).
"Noah" is due to be released on 26th March and showcases the man's many vocal talents, with songs ranging from Lanza's trademark song "I'll Walk With God", Puccini's "Reconditaarmonia" from Tosca" and Massenet's "Pourquoi me Reveiller" through to spiritual numbers such as "Deep River", "Silent Night" and Leonard Cohen's standard "Hallelujah". Backed up by a clutch of some of the world's top orchestras, Noah Stewart delivers a favourable repertoire that should appeal to a wide-range of listeners.
To win one of three copies of this budding star's new album "Noah", you just need to click on the Enter Competition button below and follow the dead-simple instructions. Please ensure you enter your address correctly - otherwise your entry will be deemed invalid.
Last entry for the competition is close of play on Wednesday 28th March 2012. Entrants from the UK and Ireland only!