Straightforward spokesperson to broad comedian, Naomi also does outrageous accents and animal sounds. She has narrated Peter and the Wolf, Carnival of the Animals, King David, William Walton’s Façade, Eric McIntyre’s A Visit from the White Rabbit, and The Four Seasons of Futurist Cuisine by Aaron Jay Kernis.

“I didn’t think anyone could come close to the late, great Alice Playten, who originated the role of Scrooge’s housekeeper.  But then along came Naomi Lewin, who simply tore it up. She was brilliant.”

— Arthur Yorinks, author of A Christmas Carol radio play

“Naomi brings a very warm energy to the recording studio. Her attention to detail, professionalism, versatility with different voices/characters, and good sense of humor make her truly a pleasure to work with.”

— Adam Grannick, director of Runaway Overture


Naomi has hosted events, press conferences, and panel discussions for organizations including the 92nd Street YNew Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Mariinsky Foundation of America, Symphony Space, American Opera Projects, Essential Voices USA, WQXR, WSHU, WGUC, and the New York City Opera 70th anniversary concert (below).


Naomi creates song parodies and other entertainment for major donor events and corporate gatherings. In the video below, written for the

30th anniversary of Sunday Baroque, she also portrays J.S. Bach.