Noah Stewart is slowly-but surely coming to prominence with the UK's record and ticket-buying public, with numerous TV slots over the past weeks, including a pretty darn fine vocal rendition of Ravel's 'Bolero' on the Dancing on Ice final two weekends' back.
The tenor was last month in the Royal Opera's rendition of Judith Weir's contemporary opera, "Miss Fortune" and will tour in his own right in May, with dates in Gateshead, Bimringham, Milton Keynes, London and finally Salford. Tickets cost £25 for London, £22.50 elsewhere.
His new album "Noah" was released at the end of last month, and we had three copies to give away, so give them away we will! Linda Osborne, Catherine Shaw and Eileen McGee are the lucky recipients of the album, which includes a version of a song made famous by Noah's vocal idol - Mario Lanza - "I'll Walk with God". Mixing opera and contemporary numbers, the album also features Puccini's "Reconditaarmonia" from "Tosca" and Massenet's "Pourquoi me Reveiller", spiritual numbers such as "Deep River", "Silent Night" and Leonard Cohen's standard "Hallelujah".