Noa's Profile




Voice-over and singer (see below)


Worked for ‘Success on Hold’ and ‘Inflight Productions’ during the last 8 years,

recording messages in Hebrew including the official British Airways

message in their offices in Israel, KLM in-flight messages and others.

Noa - Soprano

Noa began her studies in Jerusalem, and came to London in 1992. She has studied with William Hancox for the last few years. In Israel she performed several world premieres of contemporary repertoire, broadcast for TV and Radio, and sang with many famous conductors with the Rinat choir. Since coming to the UK she has given recitals in England, Israel and Europe.

Noa completed her BMus at King's College London, and her MA in 2010 at Sussex University, supported by the Guerrand-Hermes Foundation for Peace.

Her research project involved a study of the professional development of musicians, concentrating on the search for excellence in the practice of classical music and on understanding the process with which artists engage in order to perfect their performances.

In 2011 Noa gained a qualification as a Ronnie Gardiner Method practitioner. The Ronnie Gardiner Method is multisensory, using sound, movement, touch and vision. It can be used to help people suffering from Parkinson's disease and the after effects of strokes.




Noa Singing the part of Liu from Turandot by Puccini

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* "The place to be on May 11th 2013 …Noa, with orchestra and choir, sang Mozart’s ravishing Laudate Dominum. Her limpid tone, perfect phrasing and effortless range are qualities that are fast making her known as one of the finest lyric sopranos in the area". The Herald, ROBIN GREGORY, May 2013

* "Noa’s floated pianissimos and her unfailing musicality would have delighted the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams in his demanding work Donna Nobis Pacem...with conductor Jozik Kotz and the Hailsham Choral Society and orchestra" 12th November 2012. The Herald

* "...with a voice at times tender, other times lamenting, but always moving, the Israeli-born singer Noa performed these works". Laazten, Germany 6 September 2008

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