Neal Davies

Neal Davies

Bass-baritone Neal Davies studied at King’s College, London and the Royal Academy of Music, and won the Lieder Prize at the 1991 Cardiff Singer of the World Competition. He has appeared with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra under Mariss Jansons, BBC Symphony Orchestra under Pierre Boulez, Cleveland and Philharmonia orchestras under Christoph von Dohnányi, Chamber Orchestra of Europe under Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment under Frans Brüggen, English Concert with Harry Bicket, Gabrieli Consort under Paul McCreesh, Hallé Orchestra with Sir Mark Elder, Concerto Koeln under Ivor Bolton, Scottish Chamber Orchestra with Adam Fischer, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra with Edward Gardner, Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin with David Zinman, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra with Sir Andrew Davis, and the London Symphony and Vienna Philharmonic orchestras under Daniel Harding. He has been a regular guest of the Edinburgh Festival and BBC Proms. He last appeared with Music of the Baroque in March 2019.

Plans for 2021-2022 include a return to English National Opera as Don Alfonso in Cosi fan tutte, Tiridate in Radamisto with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and a recording of Utopia Limited for Scottish Opera. On the concert platform Neal sings Ariodate in Serse with the English Concert in Carengie Hall New York, London, Madrid, and Pamploma; The Creation with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Mozart Requiem in Tokyo conducted by Jonathan Nott and The Messiah with Les Violons du Roy conducted by Jonathan Cohen; Christmas Oratorio with the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Stephen Layton and a European concert tour of Israel in Egypt with the Freiburger Barockorchester conducted by René Jacobs.

Neal Davies appears in Jeptha on September 18 and 19