Noah-Lee Andre, a tenor hailing from New York, was born in Brooklyn and raised in the suburbs of Valley Stream, Long Island by a single immigrant mother from Haiti. Noah-Lee brings a unique, charming, and vibrant approach to his work, possessing a strong and rich vibrato with a clear and resounding head voice. Noah-lee's passion for music and theater was birthed and developed i in the Pentecostal and Baptist churches of Brooklyn, where he began singing and performing at the young age of five. He honed and refined his skills in the art of song and performance at Stony Brook University, where he was afforded the opportunity to play the leading man, and serve in the ensembles of various theatrical productions on campus. During his tenure, Noah-Lee also served as the director of the Stony Brook University Gospel Choir, at which time he wrote, directed and led the production of ER: Circumcision of the Heart, a riveting and emotional story about love, self-discovery, growth and transformation. Noah-Lee is passionate about singing and performing and aspires to take his talent to the Broadway stage. He also enjoys kickboxing, running, and writing short stories under the counsel and guidance of his most trusted adviser, Pharaoh, his cat. Noah-Lee is fluent in both English & Haitian Creole.