Neil Breeden has extensive performing and vocal coaching experience throughout the United States and Europe. His background has been classical, but his love for music is diverse due to his years living in the New York City metropolitan area. His compelling talent and hard work launched him all the way to Carnegie Hall. Neil has thrived on the creative energy of the Big Apple.
With a music degree under his belt and a lot of aspiration, Neil headed West to spread his wings on stage. In Santa Barbara and Los Angeles he sought out prominent vocal teachers and coaches and continued to hone his craft and audition for roles. Determined to pursue his dream, it wasn’t long before he landed the roles of Rodolfo in “La Boheme” and Don Jose in “Carmen. “It was thrilling and a lot of hard work, but I loved every minute of it,” say’s Neil.
There have been many highlights since those first performances, such as the role of Otello in Verdi’s “Otello,” Werther in Massenet’s “Werther” and Waldemar in Schonberg’s “Gurre-lieder” at the openingVocal music has always been his passion as well as helping others reach their fullest vocal potential.
He has said many times; “Voice is voice, and ‘singing well’ applies to all types and styles.”
After his move from the Northeast to the Nashville area in the spring of 2011, Neil is establishing his private vocal studio in order to help singers in their efforts to hone their own crafts. Vocal music has always been his passion as well as helping others reach their fullest vocal potential.
Nashville Voice Lessons
Neil Breeden, Vocal Coach