Noah Mosley has worked on numerous productions as a conductor and composer throughout England and Europe. His full length opera commissions include Aurora, premiered at Bury Court 2019 and revived at Grimeborn, the Arcola (‘Mosley excels at open-hearted scale lyricism and large-scale ensembles’ Opera Magazine) and Mad King Suibhne, premiered at Bury Court in 2017 and revived at English National Opera’s Lilian Baylis House and Messums, Wiltshire, (‘Divine upper string writing.. exquisite vocal writing’ Opera Now). Extracts of Mad King Suibhne were performed in the Rachmaninoff Hall, Moscow and the Aegean Arts Festival, Crete. Noah composed and conducted a new orchestral overture for the International Opera Award’s 2018 ceremony, performed on the main stage at ENO’s The Coliseum, played by the Orpheus Sinfonia. Other recent commissions include Songs for Gertrude Jekyll for Godalming Choral Society premiered in July 2018, and a cello and piano piece performed at Lady Solti’s house.
From 2014-18 Noah was music director of Helios Collective, which received an Opera Awards Foundation Bursary in 2016, and with whom he toured productions to Copenhagen Opera Festival, Buxton Opera Festival, Glasgow and many London venues including the Arcola, the Bussey Building and the Leicester Square Arts Theatre.
Noah has been a conducting fellow at the Dartington International Summer School, conducting the Dartington Festival Orchestra, a praktikant at Karlsruhe Opera House, assisting Justin Brown on Gurrelieder, and founded King’s College London Opera Company conducting The Magic Flute, Le Nozze di Figaro, The Fairy Queen and West Side Story. Noah conducted a new opera-ballet with the Raucous Rossini orchestra at Tuoro sul Trasimeno 2017, Piazzolla’s María de Buenos Aires at The Vaults, Waterloo and Latitude Festival, Piazzolla in Paris at the Reform Club, Pall Mall, and two of his own chamber operas, July 20th, 1944 and A Last Farewell at the Bussey Building, Peckham.
As a pianist Noah Mosley has accompanied many renowned singers including Stuart Skelton, Bryan Hymel, Wallis Guinta, Vlada Borovko, Simon Shibambu, Elin Pritchard and Anna Patalong.
Noah is committed to creating opera that speaks to a wide audience. He was music director at Woodbrook Summer Academy, Wexford, teaching, conducting and creating two new children's operas, performed by the children in the academy at the end of the course. He has been assistant music director and chorus master for Pimlico Opera twice, going into prison intensively for a month and a half, teaching and training people who have never been in a show before to sing solo and chorus parts in a professional production. With Helios Collective he was part of starting up a series of popular opera club nights, and worked with talented young composers, librettists and directors in creating new operas as part of Helios Collective's contemporary opera development programme, Formations. His recording of three Baroque arias, his last session as music director of King's Opera, has over 30,000 YouTube views.
Noah has won numerous awards, including the Cameron Mackintosh Award for music at the National Student Drama Festival - conducting a production of Shaffer’s Amadeus - and the Outstanding Arrangement Award in the world-wide and highly competitive 2012 Varsity Vocals International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella in the New York City Town Hall, America.