British pianist, conductor and music director. Noah Mosley founded and ran King’s College London Opera Company, conducting The Fairy Queen, West Side Story, The Marriage of Figaro, and The Magic Flute. In 2012 Noah was the Praktikant at Karlsruhe Opera House, assisting Justin Brown on Tannhäuser and Gurrelieder.
He won the Cameron Mackintosh Award at the National Student Drama Festival, conducting Edinburgh University Theatre Company’s production of Schaffer’s Amadeus. In 2013 he was conducting fellow at Dartington International Summer School, working alongside Pierre-André Valade and John Carewe.
Noah has répétiteured for Associated Studios, playing for masterclasses with Chris Maltman and Laurence Cummings. He was music director at Woodbrook Summer Academy, putting on a production of staged Belloc poems that he had set to music. In 2015 Noah worked at Buxton Festival as Assistant Conductor to Stephen Barlow and Stuart Stratford. Noah is the music director of Helios Collective.
At this year's opera festival Noah Mosley appears in Hathaway.