Henry Neill


British Baritone Henry Neill’s recent operatic performances include Edmund Bertram/Jonathan Dove’s Mansfield Park (The Grange Festival); Noah/Russell Hepplewhite’s Silver Electra (English Touring Opera); Count/Le nozze di Figaro (Hackney Empire, conducted by Jane Glover); Marchese/La traviata (West Green House Opera); and Friquet/Offenbach’s Vert-Vert (Garsington Opera, conducted by David Parry).

Notable concert performances include Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Serenade to Music (Birmingham Symphony Orchestra); appearances on BBC Radio 3 In Tune; and whilst at the Academy, he performed Butterworth’s Six Songs from A Shropshire Lad, conducted by Sir Mark Elder.

Henry graduated from the Royal Academy of Music Opera course, where he studied with Mark Wildman, Ingrid Surgenor, Jane Glover and Iain Ledingham.

Current and future engagements: Papageno/Die Zauberflöte (Deutsches Nationaltheater & Staatskapelle Weimar); Spontini’s Agnes von Hohenstaufen (Theater Erfurt); and recitals with pianist Somi Kim (Wigmore Hall and International Holland Music Festival)