Through successful performances in the world's finest opera houses and concert halls with leading conductors and orchestras, Stuart Neill continues to establish himself as one of the most important tenors in the classical world today.
Upcoming seasons include Radames/Aida at La Scala di Milano, Arena di Verona (where he recently has performed Radames as stand-in at a day’s notice), and Opéra de Wallonie de Liège; Calaf/Turandot in Oviedo and Arena di Verona; Manrico/Il Trovatore at Arena di Verona, Swedish Royal Opera of Stockholm and Volksoper Wien; Peter Grimes in Toulon; Cavalleria Rusticana with Pinchas Steinberg at San Carlo di Napoli, Canio/Pagliacci in Mannheim and Municipal Theatre of Santiago; Requeim di Verdi in Stavanger, Lille; Rienzi by Wagner and Otello at Gran Teatre Liceu de
Mr. Neill debuted at The Metropolitan Opera as Arturo/I Puritani; at Teatro alla Scala as Edgardo/Lucia; at Opera de Paris/Bastille and The Salzburg Festival as Der Singer/Der Rosenkavalier, at Vienna Staatsoper as Arturo/I Puritani, and at The Royal Opera Covent Garden as Riccardo/Verdi's Oberto. His New York recital debut was at The Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall and sponsored by The Opera Orchestra of New York.
Mr. Neill has also appeared at Baravian State Oper Munich, Teatro La Fenice, Teatro Colon, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Dallas Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Bayerische Staatsoper Munich, The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Israel Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Danish National Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Boston Symphony Orchestra and Dresden's Staatskapelle.
Stuart Neill has worked with conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Valery Gergiev, Danielle Gatti, Sir Colin Davis, Sir Andrew Davis, Zubin Mehta, Lorin Mazel, James Levine, Eduardo Muller, James Conlon, Wolfgang Sawalish, Michael Tilson Thomas, Sir Roger Norrington, Nello Santi, Carlo Maria Giulini, Michelangelo Veltri, Giuseppe Sinapoli and Anton Guadagno, among others.
Mr. Neill is internationally recognized as the leading interpreter of the tenor role in Verdi's Requiem having performed the role more than 200 times and has recorded the work no less than six, making him the most performed artist of this piece since it was written.
Stuart Neill can be heard on more than a dozen classical recordings including Bellini's Il Pirata for Berlin Classics, Verdi's Oberto for Philips Classics and the three Grammy recipient recording of Stravinsky's Perséphone with the San Francisco Symphony for RCA Red Seal, as well as he has no less than twenty publicly released recordings.