Mark Bradley

"Musical Director Mark Bradley is indeed a maestro and this guy has unique style and passion, his energy resonating throughout the theatre. He becomes the music."

from BroadwayWorld.com

Mark Bradley

Mark Bradley is a Pianist, Keyboard Player, Music Director and Educator with many years of experience, including a Diploma in Performance Piano from the New Zealand Music Education Board. 

The Australian production of Wicked in Auckland was Mark's first international touring production as a keyboard player and since then his other credits include West Side Story, School Of Rock, Aladdin and Book Of Mormon.

Locally, Mark has also been involved in large productions both as a keyboard player and Music Director. These include Jersey Boys, Madagascar The Musical, We Will Rock You, Evita, Phantom of the Opera, Sister Act, Mamma Mia and City of 100 Lovers.

Most recently, Mark has been the Music Director for other exciting cabaret projects including Hayden Tee's Bad Guy and Les Femmes' Sirens of the Silver Screen Let's Hear It For The Girls.

He is currently the Music Director for the Auckland Academy of Performing Arts and has been the Music Director for productions at Saint Kentigern College, ACG Parnell, St Cuthbert's College and North Shore Music Theatre. Mark has also worked with Junior Theatre NZ, the Broadway Dreams Foundation and the National Youth Theatre Company as a Music Director and Vocal Coach for their educational training programmes

From 2021, Mark will be partnering with Emma Bishop at StageAntics to offer Musical Theatre holiday programmes throughout New Zealand and monthly Musical Theatre workshops in Auckland for young performers. For more information please visit StageAntics.nz.

Online lessons now available to anyone, anywhere.

 

For teaching and pricing information, please visit the teaching page. To contact Mark or book a lesson please visit the contact and bookings page

"The Musical Director, Mark Bradley, enhances his reputation for excellence once again by both the vocal preparation and his band leadership."

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