Michael W. Bradley
Music Department Co-Chair Faculty, Vocal
Michael W. Bradley has been an active member of the arts community both locally and abroad for over ten years. Mr. Bradley attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts where he graduated with a B.M. in Music Education. Mr. Bradley currently serves on the Voice faculty of Boston Arts Academy where he teaches Vocal Technique, Music Theory, Contemporary Vocal Ensembles and the award winning “Spirituals” Ensemble. He continues to maintain an active schedule as a composer, arranger, performer and director in the fields of Choral and Gospel music respectively. Prior to his work at the Boston Arts Academy, Mr. Bradley worked as a General Music & Choral Director in Boston and Cambridge Public Schools respectively and the Director of Secondary Choral and Instrumental Education and Theater Studies for the Gill-Montague Regional School District. Mr. Bradley’s choirs have had the opportunity to compete and place in national competitions and perform for such prominent figures as Yo-Yo Ma, Damien Woetzel, and at the White House for First Lady Michelle Obama. In addition to his work in public education, Mr. Bradley faithfully serves as the Minister of Worship & Arts at Morning Star Baptist Church in Boston, Massachusetts.