Bradley Kunda has been lauded ‘among the best of his generation of world-class performers.’ To date his concert career has seen him perform with some of Australia’s leading ensembles and instrumentalists and he has collaborated with a diverse range of artists in many of Australia’s most prestigious festivals. Bradley was a frequent artist in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s pre-eminent Sunday Live series, and has given concerts for Musica Viva Countrywide.
2013 saw Bradley as a finalist for the Music Council of Australia’s Freedman Fellowship for Classical Music, placing him alongside the most promising of young Australian classical musicians. Among his many awards include First Prize in the Fifth International Competition “Festival de Córdoba” (Spain), a Canberra Critic’s Circle Award (Australia), and the audience prize in the Nikšić International Guitar Competition (Montenegro).
Bradley holds a doctorate in guitar performance from the Australian National University, where his mentor was eminent guitarist and pedagogue, Timothy Kain AM. He has taught into the degree programs at The Australian National University and the University of Newcastle. Since late-2014 he has been mentored by Australia’s most esteemed musical educator, Richard Gill OAM, in conducting, vocal accompaniment and musical analysis.
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