The Swiss soprano, Noëmi Sohn-Nad, was born in Basel and grew up in church village near Baden. Even in childhood she performed in various choirs and took violin lessons for many years. After graduating from high school she attended the first stage of the Musikhochschule Zürich with Martina Bovet. She continued at the Musikhochschule Luzern with Liliane Zürcher. In July 2008 she graduated with a teaching diploma. She attended master-classes with Margreet Honig and Mariëtte Nollen. Currently, she is to continues with Mariëtte Nollen from Amsterdam.
Noëmi Sohn likes the interplay of music, theater and language - the examination of various genres. As a freelance concert singer, she performs works from Baroque to Romantic to contemporary music. Also, operetta and Lieder belong also to her repertoire. So she comes with her ssister, the pianist Rahel Sohn, with who she gives her own stage show Giorgio with works by Paul Burkhard in Switzerland. (Pro Argovia Artist 2012-2013). In 2010 she sang the title role in Arthur Honegger’s operetta Les aventures du Roi Pausole under the baton of Cristoforo Spagnuolo.
Since 2010 Noëmi Sohn is a member of the Vokalensemble der Schola Seconda Pratica of J.S. Bach-Stiftung, St. Gallen, directed Rudolf Lutz.
Noëmi Sohn has been teaching for several years at the Kantonsschule Baden and Musikwerkstatt Brugg, solo singing workshop and are vocal training in various choirs.