Bradley Daley

Bradley Daley read music at the university of Southern Queensland before continuing his studies on a scholarship at the Queensland Conservatorium and in the USA. He has toured with the Victoria State Opera and with the Queensland Lyric Opera, has performed with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and with Elision broadcast for the ABC and has appeared regularly on the concert platform. In 1996 he was invited to sing the role of Gus, the Opera Cat, in the Hamburg production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats. From there he moved to London and has since established a successful career in the UK.

Bradley Daley appears on

Exposé

Performer: Baritone

This album spans nearly a quarter of a century of composition in the field of chamber music by Peter Tahourdin. The pieces reflect Peter's compositional metamorphosis and encompass a myriad of influences and themes, from Indian ragas to the Carmina Burana.