"Noa's talent and professionalism added an elegant atmosphere to our event at London Fashion Week, and we will be hiring her for future events without hesitation. Multiple celebrity and successful guests commented on the quality of the music and how impressed they were by the artistry and sophistication Noa's live music brought to the room."
- Steve Sharpe, organiser of fashion show at Beaufort House (part of London Fashion Week 2019)
Noa is currently studying at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama with Kathryn Rees.
She started playing the harp when she was 8 years old with various teachers, including Catrin Morris-Jones. After 6 years, she began to study with Karen Vaughan (head of harp at the Royal Academy of Music and former co-principal harpist of the London Symphony Orchestra).
In December 2018, she was given the opportunity to play with the college harp department and the royal harpist, Anne Denholm, in front of the Prince of Wales for his 70th birthday celebrations.
She has played with various orchestras and ensembles, including Duet Philharmonic Orchestra, Rhondda Symphony Orchestra, Leicester University Orchestra, London School Symphony Orchestra, Watford School of Music Youth Orchestra and Hertfordshire County Youth Orchestra. Additionally, she was previously first reserve harpist for The National Youth orchestra. Playing in these orchestras has provided her with opportunities to play at well-known venues, such as The Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Barbican, BBC Hoddinott Hall (in the Wales Millenium Centre) and the Birnmingham Symphony Hall.