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Tenor Nils Neubert performs in opera, recital, and oratorio, both in the U.S. and abroad.

2013-2014 is his third season as soloist with Bach Vespers at Holy Trinity in New York. Other projects include appearances with Trinity Wall Street, Voices of Ascension, Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra, Sonoma Bach, the Russian Chamber Art Society of Washington, D.C., Musical Oratory, the Master Singers of Westchester, the Brooklyn New Music Collective, Rhymes with Opera, the GC Composers Alliance, and the Brooklyn Art Song Society, under whose auspices he will give the world premiere of Lowell Liebermann’s Sentimental Songs Op. 89.  He is also a founding member of New York's Polydora Ensemble.

During the 2012-2013 season, Nils Neubert appeared with TENET, the TENEbrae series, Musica Sacra, the Berkshire Bach Society, and American Lyric Theatre, where he created the role of Rudi Acohen in Gerald Cohen’s Steal A Pencil For Me. He also gave the U.S. premiere of Roger Steptoe’s Five Shakespeare Songs under the auspices of the American Landmark Festivals, and during the summer joined the Berkshire Choral Festival as tenor soloist in Bach’s B minor Mass under the baton of Karen P. Thomas.

Nils Neubert has sung principal roles with the Opera Company of Brooklyn, Pocket Opera New York, New York Lyric Opera Theatre, Liederkranz Opera Theatre, American Landmark Festivals,  Cutting Edge Concerts, Amore Opera, New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera, Underworld Productions Opera Ensemble, and Encompass New Opera Theater.

As a concert soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician, Nils Neubert has performed in many of New York’s major concert venues, including Carnegie Hall, Steinway Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Hall, and Yamaha Hall. He is a regular guest at international music festivals, including the Summit Music Festival, the International Academy of Music in Italy, Cello Plus Chamber Music Festival, and the Beethoven Institute at Mannes. He has also appeared with 4x4 Baroque Music Festival, the Locrian Chamber Players, Musica Reginae, the United Jewish Appeal, and Amnesty International. 

Nils Neubert was a First Prize winner in the 2010 Barry Alexander International Vocal Competition, and was a winner in the 2009 Friday Woodmere Competition. He was also a grant recipient in the 2010 Gerda Lissner International Vocal Competition and has been a finalist in the Liederkranz Foundation Vocal Competition, and the Oratorio Society of New York’s Lyndon Woodside Solo Competition.

Nils Neubert holds degrees from The Juilliard School, and Columbia University, and has been the recipient of numerous scholarships and awards, including a Risë Stevens Foundation Award and a Lucrezia Bori Grant. He is currently completing a doctorate at the CUNY Graduate Center. Additional studies have included an apprenticeship at Bel Canto at Caramoor, the International Summer Academy at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, the Festival De Musica Clasica in Puigcerda, Spain, and language studies at the Scuola Leonardo Da Vinci in Florence, Italy. Born and raised in Hamburg, Germany, Mr. Neubert resides in New York City.