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Bradley King

Bradley King (Vocalist) is a dynamic and versatile artist whose captivating performances have won acclaim from both reviewers and audiences. With a deep and engaging style, he brings a fresh perspective to a broad range of musical genres, from contemporary to ancient. 

As a regular member of several esteemed ensembles, including the Rose Ensemble, Les Canards Chantants, Brandywine Baroque and Apollo’s Fire, Bradley has built a reputation as one of the most exciting voices in the world of early and folk music. He has also recently joined the Grammy-nominated ensemble The Western Wind, further expanding his reach and influence as a performer. 

Throughout his career, Bradley has tackled a diverse range of roles, from the classic musical Sweeney Todd to the charming Le Devin du Village. He has also collaborated frequently with composers Doug Balliet and Andrew Lovett, using his unique blend of power and sweetness to bring new works to life. 

In addition to his vocal talents, Bradley is also a talented bassist and cellist, lending his skills to the folk-fusion band The Chivalrous Crickets. His musicianship and versatility have earned him recognition in international competitions, including first prize at the James Toland Vocal Arts Competition, Finalist in the Handel Aria Competition and selection for major performances at the Mozarteum Academy in Salzburg. 

Beyond his work as a performer, Bradley is also an accomplished conductor, having studied under Richard Sparks, Joshua Habermann, and Jerry McCoy at the University of North Texas and is the artistic director of Andersen’s Nightingale. He recently joined the team at Dutch Neck Presbyterian as Director of Music Ministry, further demonstrating his dedication to music education and community engagement.