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Bradley Daley

Bradley Daley
"Bradley Daley's exemplary turn as the ageing Chairman Mao...is a vocal powerhouse, coping thrillingly with the merciless tessitura of Mao's vocal line."

Clive Paget,
Limelight Magazine

 

Bradley Daley was born in Australia and studied music at the University of Southern Queensland and the Queensland Conservatorium before continuing his private studies in the United States and Europe.  

Most recently, he has won critical and popular praise for some of opera's most expansive tenor roles - Siegfried, Otello, Florestan, Canio, Don José and Erik.  Also celebrated have been his interpretations of Mao Tse-tung in Nixon in China and the tenor solos in The Dream of Gerontius and Das Lied von der Erde.

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 have included  Opera North, WNO, 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, he was invited to give the first performance of a Western opera at the Hanoi Opera House.  Concert appearances have included Festival Hall, 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.


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B&W

B&W
Colour

Colour
as Canio

as Canio
as Don Jose

as Don Jose
as Mao Tse-tung (with Barry Ryan)

as Mao Tse-tung (with Barry Ryan)

Audio Recordings

`Schmiede, mein Hammer` from Siegfried - Wagner

`Nothung! Nothung!` from Siegfried - Wagner