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Noa Beinart was born in Tel Aviv and between 2020-2023 she was a member of the Ensemble at the Wiener Staatsoper. Previously, she was a member of the Opera Studio at the Bayerische Staatsoper and is a graduate of the Hanns Eisler in Berlin.

This season, Noa will return to the Wiener Staatsoper as Gaea Daphne conducted by Sebastian Weigle, and she will make her debuts at The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden as 1 Magd in Christof Loy's new production of Elektra conducted by Sir Antonio Pappano and at the Opernhaus Zürich, where she will appear as Amastre in Handel's Serse and as Schwertleite Die Walküre; she will also make her debut with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as Erda in a concert performance of Das Rheingold conducted by Simone Young and she will also return to the Bayerische Staatsoper as Zita Gianni Schicci; 1 Magd Elektra and as Hannah in Tobias Kratzer's new production of The Passenger conducted by Vladimir Jurowski.

Noa recently made her debut at the Staatsoper unter den Linden, Berlin as 1st Norn in Götterdämmerung in Dmitri Tcherniakov’s new production of Wagner's The Ring Cycle conducted by Christian Thielemann - elsewhere, Noa’s engagements have included Grimgerde in Die Walküre at the Opéra National de Paris conducted by Philippe Jordan and in the summer 2021 she made her debut at the Salzburg Festival, as 2 Magd Elektra conducted by Franz Welser-Möst and returned in summer 2022 as Dritte Dame in a new production of Die Zauberflöte.

As a member of the Ensemble at the Wiener Staatsoper, Noa appeared as Erda in complete performances of The Ring Cycle; and as Maddalena Rigoletto; Dritte Dame Die Zauberflöte; Annina Der Rosenkavalier; Mary Der Fliegende Holländer; Auntie Peter Grimes; Suzuki Madama Butterfly and Erda The Ring Cycle.

Biography not for publication, for an up to date version please contact Oliver Clarke.


"It was at the entry of Noa Beinart, statuesque and premonitory, as the earth goddess Erda in the climactic turning point of the fourth and final scene, that the full triumph of casting in Simone Young’s concert performance of Das Rheingold became complete." Sydney Morning Herald

"Noa Beinart: a name to remember!" Der Kurier

"Noa Beinart, on the other hand, brought untold joy as Erda. Finally we have a real contralto in the ensemble again. This role should actually only be sung by altos and not by mezzo-sopranos, who then only press in the lower range. Noa Beinart let her warm voice flow impasto. Wonderful!" Online Merker

"The Erda (Noa Beinart) delivers a flawless performance" Wiener Zeitung

"As in Rheingold, Erda was cast with Noa Beinart, and despite her youthful age for Wagner, she managed to portray the wise primordial mother in a convincing way, both vocally and in terms of acting - her scene with the Wanderer was another highlight of the evening." Bachtrack