Biography

Noam Heinz Lowenstein is an Israeli - British - American baritone currently residing in Israel. He is a Graduate of the  Meitar Opera Studio program at the Israel Opera, and of Tel Aviv University’s Buchmann Mehta School of Music, where he studied under Efrat Ben Nun.

 

Recently, Noam performed the roles of  “Don Giovanni” as the title role with the Meitar Opera Studio, El Dancaïro in Bizet's masterpiece “Carmen'' with the Israel Opera, and Nick Shadow in the opera “The Rake's Progress”  with the MOS. Highlights of the upcoming season include Papageno in “Die Zauberflöte” with the Haifa Symphony Orchestra,  Masetto in “Don Giovanni” with the Israeli Opera and the title role in the world premier of the opera “Theodor”, an Opera about Israel's founding father Theodor Hertzel, with the Israel Opera.

Noam has performed a wide range of roles, among them the role of Papageno in Mozarts “Die Zauberflote” performed with the israel opera’s soloists and the Beer Sheva Sinfonietta, Younger Brother in “Dead Man Walking” with the Israel Opera, a number of roles from Leonard Bernstein's "Candide" with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Marin Alsop, among them the Captain and the Rogue, Masetto from Mozart's“Don Giovanni”, Bob from Menottis “The Old Maid and The Thief”, and many more. 

 His awards include first prize in the Buchmann Mehta Vocal competition, Hans Gabor Belvedere semi finals 2022, scholarships from the Ronen Foundation(2016-2022), the Israel America Cultural Foundation(2016-2023), an excellence scholarship from the Tel Aviv University (2017-2019), The Leon Nacht scholarship(2022) and the Dr. Elie and Esther Foundation award for music citizenship(2016).