Bradley  Moore

Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Alkek Chair

HGO Head of Music Staff, Music Director of HGO Studio (United States)

HGO Appearances: Conductor, performances of The Magic Flute

About the Artist: Bradley Moore recently conducted Madame Butterfly at the Castleton Festival at the invitation of Lorin Maazel. He is the founding music director of the Fire Island Opera Festival, which recently produced the first staged performances of Gluck's L'arbre enchanté since the original production at Versailles in 1775. He has conducted The Barber of Seville at Opera Colorado and has worked as assistant conductor, backstage conductor, and coach at the Metropolitan Opera, the Salzburg Festival, Opéra National de Paris, Canadian Opera Company, and the Los Angeles Opera, among others. He is a graduate of the Metropolitan Opera's prestigious Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. Widely acclaimed as a recital partner, Moore has performed with Renée Fleming and Susan Graham at Carnegie Hall and on a national tour. His current season includes recitals with Graham and an international tour with Jamie Barton. He also enjoys partnerships with Angela Meade, Christine Goerke, Alice Coote, Eric Cutler, Eric Owens, and clarinetist Julian Bliss. He has performed live on A Prairie Home Companion with Renée Fleming and Yo-Yo Ma, and with Joshua Bell on CBS Sunday Morning News and Late Night with Conan O'Brien. His discography includes a recital with Eric Cutler on the EMI Classics Debut Series, a recital with Julian Bliss for Signum Classics, and a disc of songs by American composer Daron Hagen for Arsis Audio. He and Jamie Barton will record a recital of songs by Charles Ives in 2015. Moore has performed as piano soloist with orchestras including the National Symphony Orchestra and the Buffalo Philharmonic. He performed the Martinů Harpsichord Concerto with the San Francisco Ballet for the world premiere of Mark Morris's Beaux and recently accompanied the recitatives for the Los Angeles Philharmonic's production of Così fan tutte. He has also been heard as a recitative accompanist and continuo player with the Met Orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic, the Mozarteum Orchester, and the Met Chamber Ensemble.