Benefitting from dual Italian and Israeli citizenship, Noa Danon studied at the Buchman-Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University‚ and was a member of Israeli Opera’s Young Artist Programme. Amongst her many awards‚ in 2005 she won first prize at the Buchman-Mehta Voice Competition‚ a special prize for the best operatic performance awarded by Israeli Opera and 2nd Prize (Operetta) in the 2008 Belvedere Competition. Noa is a recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation and the International Vocal Arts Institute scholarships, Israeli Opera’s Besser Award and IVAI’s Silvermann prize.
Recent engagements include Ariadne, Ellen Orford, Vitellia/La clemenza di Tito, Alice Ford, Countess/Figaro Gets a Divorce, Sieglinde/Die Walküre, Vanessa, Katya Kabanova and Saffi/Der Zigeunerbaron (Magdeburg) and Fiordiligi (Israeli Opera).
As a member of the Ensemble in Magdeburg roles included Marschallin/Der Rosenkavalier‚ Marguerite‚ Duchess/Powder Her Face‚ Lucille/Danton’s Tod‚ Elisabetta/Maria Stuarda / Don Carlo, Madama Butterfly, Antonia/Hoffmann‚ Rosalinde‚ Agathe/Freischütz‚ Gertrud/Hänsel und Gretel‚ Governess/The Turn of the Screw‚ Elvira‚ Micaela and Venus/Orpheus in the Underworld. Roles with Israeli Opera include Mimi, Governess/The Turn of the Screw‚ Micaela and Tisbe/La Cenerentola.