Vocalist Eric Neuville
Classical Music, Vocal, Voice
Seattle-based tenor Eric Neuville joined Seattle Opera's prestigious Young Artist Program from 2009-2011. He has gone on to become a regular on the Seattle Opera stage, having performed Normanno in Lucia di Lammermoor, First Priest in Die Zauberflöte, and Nathanaël in Les contes d'Hoffmann. Mr. Neuville has performed with Chautauqua Opera, Tacoma Opera, Vashon Opera, and Northwest Opera (NOISE). Upcoming performances include Tamino in Die Zauberflöte with Tacoma Opera, Don Jose in La tragédie de Carmen with The Washington Idaho Symphony, The Prince in Opera Fairbanks' Rumpelstiltskin, Scaramuccio in Ariadne auf Naxos - and Abdullo in Nabucco with Seattle Opera.
He is a regular on concert stages throughout the country, most recently heard as the tenor soloist in Handel's Messiah with the Tacoma Symphony, Bach's St. Matthew Passion with the Victoria Bach Festival, and Cary Ratcliff's Ode to Common Things with Conspirare. Upcoming performances include the Tenor Soloist in Beethoven's 9th Symphony with both Orchestra Seattle and the Seattle Symphony, Carmina Burana with the Austin Symphony, Handel's Messiah with the Washington Idaho Symphony, and Handel's Creation with the Bainbridge Chorale.
"Neuville sang with a smooth, powerful tenor that soared into the high register with meaningful diction and expressive ornamentation, plus a finely controlled coloratura."
As a member of the Five-time Grammy-nominated ensemble - Conspirare, Mr. Neuville has been part of several recording projects on the Harmonia Mundi label, as well as a Nationally Televised PBS special, titled "Conspirare: A Company of Voices."
Dr. Neuville's work in musicology has led to editorial projects for the Ivor Gurney and Gerald Finzi Trusts. His book, The Unpublished Songs of Ivor Gurney is published internationally and available through amazon.com.