Bradley Daley is a versatile artist in great demand on both the concert and operatic stage.
He is a regular soloist at the London Coliseum for the English National Opera and has made guest appearances at many of the UK’s stately homes, castles and London’s most renowned venues. These have included the Houses of Parliament, Whitehall, The Savoy, Dorchester, Holkham Hall, Weston Park, Brangwyn Hall, St. John’s Smiths Square, The Barbican and Royal Festival Hall.
Some of Bradley’s regular clients have been BMW, Ernst and Young, GlaxoSmithKline, Sir Bob Geldof and Princess Alexandra.
Bradley has sung repeatedly for such favourite charities as Macmillan Cancer Relief, LGM Community Chest Appeal, Sailors’ Families’ Society and the Princess Trust.
Operatic roles have resulted in his being invited across the globe. He has sung Don Jose from Carmen in America, Rodolfo from La Boheme in Australia, Edgardo from Lucia di Lammermoor, Manrico from Il Trovatore across Europe, Pinkerton from Madama Butterfly and The Duke from Rigoletto in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Bradley Daley was a popular Gus in the stage show Cats, Samuel in The Victoria State Operas’ Pirates of Penzance and has broadcast on BBC television, Radio and Channel 4.