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Mr. Bouley is now in his seventh season as an ensemble member at Deutsche Oper Berlin. His first role upon arrival in 2013 was the title role in Verdi’s Falstaff in a premiere production directed by Christof Loy. He was hailed as “…an excellent Falstaff, with a great sense of comic timing and a burnished baritone…” Most recently in Berlin he made a successful debut as Don Alfonso in a new production of Così fan tutte for which he was praised for his “Striking and Flexible Baritone!” In addition, he has performed Sharpless in Madama Butterfly, Sergeant Lescaut in Manon Lescaut, Donner in the last performance of Götz Friedrich’s famed production of Das Rheingold, Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor, Amonasro in Aïda, and Marcello in La bohème. In February of 2018, he made his debut in the title role of R. Wagner's Der fliegende Holländer at Opera San José for which Opera Today declared him as “a rising star that seems poised to become the next Dutchman of choice!” He then returned to Germany for his role and house debut as Ford in Falstaff at Opera Cologne.  

Bouley’s performances for the 2018-2019 season and included important role and house debuts as Giorgio Germont in La traviata at Glyndebourne Opera and Marcello in La bohème in Austin. The 2019-2020 sees him as Scarpia in Tosca with the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz in Munich, the High Priest in Samson et Dalilah with Washington National Opera, Wotan in Das Rheingold at the Chemnitz Theater, appearances in Der fliegende Holländer, La bohème, La Traviata, Manon Lescaut, Hansel und Gretel, Tannhäuser, and La forza del destino at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, as well as performances with the Philharmonie am Gasteig in Munich and the Stuttgart Liederhalle.

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"Baritone Noel Bouley made the Philistine High Priest a smooth spin doctor with rich, easy volume."
- Washington Post

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"Baritone Noel Bouley executes the role of High Priest with commanding strength, and he successfully pushes forward the dramatic tens...


"Baritone Noel Bouley as Baron Scarpia is frightening even by his sheer physical appearance: tall, long-haired, somber, he stands as a symbol of evil and seems by his powerful voice even more insurmountable. He wants Floria Tosca for himself - by force." - Barbara Haut...


"But it's the cast who bring the characters to full and breathing life. Bouley's Marcello is perhaps my personal favorite. He is boisterous with a heart as big as France, is rich baritone gets you right in the feels."
- Broadway World

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"Noel Bouley played Giorgio Germont straight down the line, willing us to have sympathy with his dilemma, and his rich baritone was authoritative and highly convincing." 

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"Noel Bouley’s Germont père is nicely sung and... there is plenty of mu...


"Noel Bouley played Giorgio Germont straight down the line, willing us to have sympathy with his dilemma, and his rich baritone was authoritative and highly convincing."


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