The baritone Sebastian Noack was born in Berlin and studied singing with Dietmar Hackel, Ingrid Figur and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. He became known after being awarded 1st prize at the Bundeswettbewerb Gesang; other prizes followed. Since then he has made a name for himself, particularly as a concert singer, performing under renowned conductors such as Frieder Bernius, Marcus Creed, Christoph Eschenbach, and Roy Goodman. His repertoire includes all of the significant oratorios from the Renaissance to the present time. On numerous tours he has travelled through all of Europe, the USA and Southeast Asia. He is a welcome guest at international festivals. Noack sings with the large broadcasting networks and well-known Baroque orchestras as well as with chamber music ensembles, e.g., the Sharoun Ensemble or Sabine Meyer’s Trio di Clarone. He has participated in CD productions under Philippe Herreweghe and Andreas Spering. Noack is particularly interested in lieder. Together with the pianist Manuel Lange, he founded the new concert series “Meisterlied im Musikinstrumenten-Museum”, for which – in addition to his own recitals – he has already been able to engage renowned guests. After having previ - ously performed concertante or semi-scenic operas, Noack made his stage debut in Donizetti’s Viva la Mamma at the Berlin State Opera in June 2009. He is a visit ing professor at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin.