Born in 1996, tenor Robin Neck can be heard in the current season 23/24, among others, at the Ruhrtriennale in Janáček „From a House of the Dead“, in „Poor Jonathan“ & „Peter Grimes“ (Landesoper Schleswig-Holstein), in „Rigoletto“ (Staatsoper Stuttgart) as well as in „Giuditta“ (Theater Ulm).

He made his debut in 2022 at the Bavarian State Opera („Capriccio“, R. Strauss, role of the Servant), at the Schleswig-Holstein State Theater („The Bartered Bride“, B. Smetana, role of Wenzel) and at the Munich Chamber Opera („Marriage of Figaro“, W. A. Mozart, role of Basilio).

In the 22/23 season he was heard, among others, in the role of Siegfried in „Die Lustigen Nibelungen“ by O. Straus and Smetana’s „Die Verkaufte Braut“ as ‚Wenzel‘ at the Landestheater Schleswig-Holstein, and as Cover at the Staatsoper Stuttgart.

In 2023 he became a laureate of the Anneliese Rothenberger Competition and Scholarship holder of Deutscher Landesmusikrat.
In 2021 he was awarded the 1st prize of the Lotte-Lehmann-Woche & the city of Perleberg and he was a finalist of the International-Antonín-Dvořák-Competition.

Further engagements brought him, for example, to the Theaterhaus Stuttgart, the Württembergische Landesbühne, as well as recitals at various concert venues in Berlin, Leipzig, Munich, Karlsruhe and Stuttgart, where he performed as a soloist with, among others, the Reutlingen Symphony Orchestra, the Stuttgart Chorists, the Ravensburg Symphony Orchestra and his duo partner Doriana Tchakarova.
Concert tours have taken him to Moscow, Italy and Switzerland, among other places.

He graduated with a Master’s degree in concert singing in 2022 with top marks and is now studying at the Opera School of the HMDK Stuttgart (Prof. Teru Yoshihara).
Already during his Bachelor studies he sang regularly in productions of the Wilhelma Theater Stuttgart and the Theaterhaus Stuttgart, such as Hoffmanns Erzählungen, Rigoletto, Viva La Mamma, Street Scene, various performances with contemporary music, staging and dance, for which he worked with renowned directors and choreographers.

He took master classes & lessons with Prof. Noelle Turner, Prof. Margreet Honig, Laura Aikin, Gaston Rivero and David Jones among others.

At the age of 6 he already sang as a soloist at the Apollo-Theater Stuttgart and at the same time performed at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden and shortly afterwards at the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe. At the age of 11 he won his first 1st price at the germany-wide Jugend-Musiziert-Competition in „classical singing“ and was engaged for two CD productions in Paris in the same year. Further 1st national prizes followed, also in the field of „Duo Kunstlied“, after which he gave concerts at Bellevue Palace (Berlin) and Mainau Palace (Lake Constance).