Noah Stewart in his own words
American tenor Noah Stewart talks exclusively to Nick Ferrari about his fantastic rise to fame.
From a tough upbringing in Harlem to the celebrated opera houses across the globe via the one of the world's most prestigious schools of music - Noah Stewart's sensational rise to fame reads like a classic rags to riches story.
He recently completed his first run at the Royal Opera House in the new opera Miss Fortune and became the first black musician to top British classical music charts with his debut album 'Noah' (one of John Suchet's CDs of the Week).
In May Noah will be on tour around the UK, with performances in Gateshead, Birmingham, Milton Keynes, London and Manchester.
Noah dropped in to the Classic FM studios to chat exclusively to Nick Ferrari about hisHarlem roots, his faith and how he credits his mum for encouraging him to never give up his dream and to pursue his goals of being a singer.
Listen to the five-part interview below: