The German soprano, Anette Noah, grew up in a musical family of teachers, where it was obvious that they played several instruments and used to house music. At age 12 she became the youngest member to date of the Philharmonischen Chor Fürstenfeld, with which she performed the C minor Mass by Mozart and Requiems by Mozart and Verdi. Her solo career began at age 14 when she was invited for the first time to sing excerpts from operettas before a large audience. Then came regular appearances with opera and operetta excerpts, and later concerts and recitals.
Despite her love of music Anette Noah, at the request of their parents after graduation, was first trained as a secretary Europe and spent four years in this profession. She also studied singing with Helmut Banzhaf (Richard-Strauss-Konservatorium München), Prof. Hanno Blaschke (Hochschule für Musik München) and Jean Stawski (Wisconsin, USA).
The range of her repertoire includes Lieder, opera, operetta, jazz and pop. She has worked both as a concert and studio singer, as well as as a spokeswoman. However, a particularly important role in her life since early childhood, is the area of church music / oratorio. Her lean, agile voice has enabled her to move effortlessly to the genre.
2003 saw Anette Noah a obtaining her teaching degree in the subjects English and French, and took the second exam after her work as a school teacher (RS) at the Wolfgang-Kubelka-Realschule in the Schondorf a. Ammersee. Since 1999 she is a member of the Sacrum & Profanum - Ensemble für Alte Musik München, which is the focus of her musical work on the music of 16th-17th centuries.