Graham Neal read music at the University of Surrey, winning the Robert Naylor prize. He continued his studies on the Knack opera course at the ENO and as a postgraduate at Trinity College of Music. He now studies with Nicholas Powell.

On the operatic stage, Graham has performed the roles of Don Ramiro La Cenerentola, Don José Carmen, Ferrando Cosi Fan Tutte, Belmonte Die Entfϋhrung aus dem Serail, Sextus Julius Caesar, Worldly Glory Pilgrim's Progress, 2nd Foreigner Orango (Shostakovich - UK premiere) for the Philharmonia Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall, and Damon Acis and Galatea for Iford Arts, and has performed at The Royal Opera House, English National Opera, Festival d'Aix-en-Provence, l'Opera Comique and Grange Park Opera.

Graham is adept at choral singing, appearing frequently in concert, on television, and on recordings. He sings with the Monteverdi Choir, The King’s Consort, Philharmonia Voices, Musica Poetica, Sonoro, Orpheus Britannicus, the Hanover Band and Cappella Nova as well as being a member of the choir of the London Oratory Church.

Graham performs with comedy trio Crimes against Taste, in which he wears ladies' clothing and pink fluffy handcuffs while singing endless top Cs.