Awards & Winners

Neil Mackie

Date of Birth 1946
Place of Birth Aberdeen
(Scotland, United Kingdom, United Kingdom, with Dependencies and Territories)
Nationality Scotland
Also know as Mackie, Neil
Profession Singer
Neil Mackie is a Scottish tenor. During his career as a singer, he was associated with the works of 20th-century composers, particularly Benjamin Britten, and Peter Maxwell Davies. He created the title role in Davies's opera The Martyrdom of St Magnus and Sandy in his The Lighthouse and performed in the world premieres of Davies's Into the Labyrinth, cantata for tenor and chamber orchestra, and The Jacobite Rising. He has also premiered vocal works by Elliot Carter, Hans Werner Henze and songs by Benjamin Britten.

Awards by Neil Mackie

Check all the awards nominated and won by Neil Mackie.


Grammy Award for Best Opera Recording
Honored for : Handel: Semele
(Producer, Artists, Conductor)

Nominations 1993 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Grammy Award for Best Opera Recording Handel: Semele