In July, Hannah Alexandra Noyes debuted as Mozart's Donna Anna in the Estates Theatre in Prague, Czech Republic. She made her Peabody Opera Theatre debut last season in Puccini’s Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi and in Bernstein's MASS under the direction of Marin Alsop.
During the 2017-2018 season, Hannah appeared in the inaugural season of the Concordia Opera as Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus, where she also performed in scenes from Falstaff (Alice Ford) and Candide (Cunegonde). That summer, Hannah attended SongFest in Los Angeles as a Colburn Fellow where she was featured in recital performing Arnold Schoenberg’s Brettl-lieder.
As we move further into the 21st century, Hannah believes it is important to modernize classical music. By bringing relatable characters and stories to the stage, Hannah is hoping that promoting the impact of the arts as a means for expression and encouraging the importance of the communities around us will bring modern audiences to meaningful performances on current and relatable topics.
A Madman's Diary, written by Jun An Chew, premiered April 2019 - More info
New Music Resume
Émilie (partial role)
Younger Brother *
The Master Poisoner by Steve Crino
Émilie by Kaija Saariaho
A Madman's Diary by Chew Jun An
In a Penal Colony by Timothy Witbeck
Il babbo sa meglio by Adam O'Dell
Dear Father by Seo Yoon Kim
Etudes A, B, C by Misael Elharens
An Epistle to my Braine by Maxime Daigneault
The Passion of Jesus Christ by René Clausen