Noah Carver, tenor
Noah performs on Show 415.
Noah Carver (tenor), 18, from Beals Island, Maine, is currently a senior at Washington Academy in East Machias, Maine. Noah has performed with numerous choirs, including the NAfME 2022 All-National Honor Ensembles Concert Choir, the 2021 All-Eastern Honor Ensembles Mixed Choir, 2020 High School Honors Performance Series Concert Choir, and the 2019-2022 MMEA All State SATB Honor Choirs. In 2018, he performed John Rutter’s Mass of the Children with the Ellsworth Community Music Institute Youth Chorus and Bagaduce Chorale, and that same year, he had the opportunity to perform the role of Sparrow in the children’s opera Brundibár by Hans Krása with the Eastport Arts Center. Since 2010, Noah has been a Washington County Children’s Chorus member, performing at Notre-Dame de Paris during one of two tours of France with that same ensemble. A current student of voice teacher Gary Magby, pianist Paul Sullivan, and music teacher Bonnie Atkinson, Noah will begin his undergraduate studies in vocal performance at the Eastman School of Music in the fall of 2022.
Born blind, Noah lives a rich and active life. Among his many pursuits, Noah enjoys riding horseback, running cross-country, is a passionate accessibility advocate, and an avid alpine skier who serves as a Maine Adaptive Sports and Recreation ambassador, helping train volunteers on guiding skiers who are blind and visually impaired.
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Music for a While by Henry Purcell