Noah Baetge


A Pacific Northwest native, the tenor reprises a role that he first performed at the Metropolitan Opera (2016|17). He has appeared frequently at the Met, including Walther/Tannhäuser and most recently First Armored Man/The Magic Flute and Third Jew/Salome. Baetge made his New Rochelle Opera debut starring as Manrico/ Il trovatore. He has also performed at the Princeton Festival, Pittsburgh Opera, Seattle Opera, and The Santa Fe Opera. The tenor has appeared multiple times at the Caramoor Summer Music Festival, and performed for its 75th opening night with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s and Collegiate Chorale. Other concert engagements include Spoleto Festival USA and at Carnegie Hall, where he debuted with the St. Cecilia Chorus and Orchestra. An alumnus of several distinguished artist residencies, he graduated from Juilliard with the prestigious Richard F. Gold Career Grant. A 2009 Grand Finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, Baetge received first prize and the Upcoming Wagner Singer prize in the Gerda Lissner Foundation Vocal Competition. He was also awarded the top prize in the George London Foundation Vocal Competition.

Lyric debut: High Priest/ Idomeneo

Last updated: October 18, 2018