British Baritone Henry Neill is currently a member of the Thüringen Opera Studio at the Deutsches Nationaltheatre, Weimar. Current and future projects there include Papageno (Die Zauberflöte), Geschem (Nathan und seine Kinder by Andre Kassel) and Richter (Agnes von Hohenstaufen). 

Previous roles include Edmund Bertram (Mansfield Park - Dove, Grange Festival Opera), Friquet (Vert-Vert - Offenbach, Garsington Opera),  Conte/Figaro (Le Nozze di Figaro - Mozart, Clonter Opera/Royal Academy Opera), Marchese (Traviata - Verdi, West Green House Opera), Quince/Starveling (Midsummer night's Dream - Britten, Shadwell Opera), Smirnov (The Bear - Wlaton, Royal Academy Opera), Marco (Gianni Schicchi - Puccini, Royal Academy Opera), Noah (Silver Electra - Hepplewhite, English Touring Opera).

He was the winner of the 2016 Royal Overseas Singer’s Prize along with several national awards including a Sybill Tutton Opera Award and aYeomanship at the Worshipful company of Musicians.

Future concert plans include a recitals at Wigmore hall and the International Holland Music Festival.

Notable performances include "Serenade to music" with the Birmingham symphony orchestra, appearances on BBC radio 3's In Tune, Butterworth’s ‘Six songs from A Shropshire Lad’ with Orchestra conducted by Sir Mark Elder, a recital with Simon Lepper at the North Norfolk Music Festival, recitals at the Oxford Lieder festival, Leeds Lieder Festival, Two Moors fesitval and appearences on Dutch Radio 4 performing song.