With varied and comprehensive experience in music, Bradley brings a unique energy and dynamism to music education and performance. As a graduate with high distinction of the School of Music of Concordia University College of Alberta in Edmonton (in piano), Bradley was awarded the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada grant to study Choral Conducting at the University of Calgary, where he earned the Master of Music degree. He has conducted and worked with various ensembles, including Concordia’s S.O.U.L. as well as the University Chorus and University Chamber Choir in Calgary. After his work in Calgary, Brad served as assistant conductor of the Concordia Concert Choir in Edmonton. A composite musician, Bradley has toured across Canada as well as taught piano for over 10 years; he is an accomplished church musician and lecturer. Bradley joined the Medicine Hat College Conservatory as the choral conductor in 2008.
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