Loyola University Chicago

Music

Department of Fine and Performing Arts

Faculty

Cody Michael Bradley

Title/s:  Accompanist

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External Webpage: http://www.codymichaelbradley.com/

About

Cody Michael Bradley is a Chicago-based musician with experience as a singer, pianist, vocal coach, music director, and conductor. Currently on the voice faculty of Loyola University, he has previously worked at the College Light Opera Company (MA) and Texas Arts Project, and spent one season at Opera in the Ozarks (AR) as both singer and pianist. He has spent two summers as a piano fellow at the Bay View Music Festival (MI), where he also conducted part of an opera scenes program. As a music director he has worked locally on productions with Petite Opera Productions, Third Eye Theatre Ensemble, and Pride Films and Plays. He serves as assistant conductor for the Northwestern University Summer Chorus, First United Methodist Church of Evanston, and the Apollo Chorus of Chicago and has led works by Handel, Vierne, and Ted Hearne. Cody has had the pleasure of singing with a variety of artists, such as Amanda Majeski, Eric Owens, Josh Groban, and Jeff Beal (House of Cards) and can be heard with the Apollo Chorus in the Christmas special of Netflix’s Sense8. He has sung with Music of the Baroque and in 2019 was a featured soloist at the Green Lake Festival of Music’s Choral Institute under the direction of Stephen Alltop.

Degrees

M.M. in Vocal Coaching, Oklahoma City University

B.A. in Vocal Music, Northwest Missouri State University