Neil Galea is a composer and multi-instrumentalist from the south shore of Long Island, New York.  He began his formal education at the Aaron Copeland School of music in Queens, New York, where he received his Bachelor of Arts in music education and composition.

Neil began his career as a composer in 2008 with the New York based music house, Produkt Sound. There he composed nationally broadcasted tracks for companies such as Dunkin Donuts, Home Goods, Con Air, and Tropicana. 

Aside from his composing career, Neil has been highly regarded as a session musician.  His experience as a multi-instrumentalist (guitar, steel guitar, brass, and woodwinds) has earned him appearances on several recordings.  Neil is also a dedicated music educator.  In 2011 Neil Galea created Babylon Village School of Music when he saw a need for quality music instruction in Suffolk County Long Island.