British Baritone Henry Neill performs regularly at some of the country's most prestigious venues including Wigmore Hall, Cadogan hall, St. John's Smith square and Colston hall.
He was the winner of the 2016 Royal Overseas Singer’s Prize along with several national awards including a Sybill Tutton Opera Award,first prize at the Dean and Chadlington festival, the Sir Thomas Armstrong prize for English song and the Sacred Aria Prize at the Mozart Singing Competition. This year he was given a Concordia Foundation Award by the Worshipful Company of Musicians and was a finalist and prize winner at the International Vocal Competition ‘s-Hertogenbosch in The Netherlands with pianist Freddie Brown.
Henry recently graduated from the Royal Academy of Music Opera course where he studied with Mark Wildman, Ingrid Surgenor, Jane Glover and Iain Ledingham.
Notable performances include "Serenade to music" with the Birmingham symphony orchestra, appearances on BBC radio 3's In Tune and whilst at the Academy he performed Butterworth’s ‘Six songs from A Shropshire Lad’ with Orchestra and conducted by Sir Mark Elder. He has also performed at the Oxford Lieder festival as well as the Leeds Lieder Festival and appeared on Dutch Radio 4 performing Schubert.
Recent Operatic performances include ‘Conte’ Le Nozze di Figaro at Hackney Empire conducted by Jane Glover, ‘Marchese D’Obigny’ La Traviata at West Green House Opera and ‘Friquet’ Offenbach’s Vert Vert with Garsington Opera conducted by David Parry. Other roles include ‘Quince’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, ‘Sprecher’ Die Zauberflote and ‘Smirnov’ in Walton’s The Bear.
Henry is currently on tour with English Touring Opera in their new comission 'Silver Electra' and in September joins the Thuringia Opera Studio in Weimar.