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Bradley Daley - Kathryn Morrison Management



BRADLEY DALEY
(Tenor)




Bradley Daley is an internationally acclaimed operatic Tenor, known for his Green Room award winning performances in Opera Australia’s Mice and Men (2011) and  Victorian Opera's Nixon in China (2013).

Having studied music at the University of Southern Queensland and the Queensland Conservatorium, Bradley Daley completed private studies in Europe. He has since won critical and popular praise for some of opera's most expansive tenor roles.

Since making his debut with the English National Opera as Rodolfo in La bohème, Bradley has worked with a variety of companies in the United Kingdom and Europe. These companies include Opera North, ENO, Holland Park Opera and Co-Opera Ireland. He has performed regularly with Muziektheatre Transparent in Belgium, Compagnia d'Opera Italiana di Milano, Opera Nomade in Paris and, in 2005, was invited to give the first performance of a Western opera at the Hanoi Opera House. He has performed at Festival Hall, in the Barbican, Brangwyn Hall in Wales, Großes Festspiehaus Salzburg, Melbourne Town Hall and the concert halls of both the Queensland Performing Arts Centre and the Sydney Opera House. Bradley has been involved in two world premières - English National Opera’s The Silver Tassie by Mark Anthony Turnage and The Triumph of Spirit over Matter for Muziektheatre Transparent, Belgium. 

 

Oratorio performances have included Dvoràk's Stabat Mater, Verdi's Requiem, Puccini's Messa di GloriaDie Erste Walpurgisnacht for the Prague Music Festival, Messiah with the Britten Sinfonia at Snape Maltings,  Elgar's The KingdomThe Dream of Gerontius at Melbourne Town Hall and Beethoven’s 9th Symphony for the 40th anniversary of The Sydney Opera House.

 

Bradley Daley was a finalist in the Bayreuth Wagner Bursary Competition and has been frequently broadcast on the BBC, Channel 4 and ABC television and radio.

 

Most recently Bradley has performed principal roles with Opera Australia, Opera Queensland, Victorian Opera and State Opera of South Australia. These have included Dick Johnson in La fanciulla del West, Canio in Pagliacci, Don José in Carmen and Florestan in Fidelio.  Bradley is a member of Opera Foundation of Australia and adjudicates for their scholarship program. He has also judged the Queensland heat of the IFAC Australian Singing Competition. Bradley has given masterclasses at various conservatoriums and universities. This year he has been invited to be guest speaker at the Melbourne Wagner Society AGM.

 

Bradley won the Green Room award for his performance as Curley in Opera Australia's 2011 production Of Mice and Men. In 2013, he sang Narraboth in Salome for State Opera of South Australia and Mao Tse-tung in Victorian Opera’s production of Nixon in China – receiving his second Green Room Award for the latter. 2014 brought appearances as Don José for Opera Australia in Sydney and Melbourne and as Rodolfo for Opera Queensland. He also took on the title role in Otello for the first time – for State Opera of South Australia. In February 2015, he sang Erik in Die fliegende Holländer for Victorian Opera followed by Vanderdendur in Candide for Opera Queensland. 2016 engagements include Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly for Opera Queensland and Centre and Siegmund in the much acclaimed Opera Australia production of Wagner's Ring Cycle.


In 2017 Bradley will sing Siegfried in Die Walküre for Theater Kiel, Germany.


 
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