Steven Bradshaw, Tenor
A graduate of The University of the Arts, Steven Bradshaw is a professional vocalist and visual artist based in Philadelphia. He has appeared as a soloist with The Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra, The Next Wave Festival, Tempesta Di Mare, Bang on a Can, The Bach Collegium of Philadelphia, and Network for New Music. In 2020 he will join with the LA Philharmonic to reprise his role in Pulitzer finalist Ted Hearne’s PLACE.
In addition to recording and performing all over the country with Roomful of Teeth, Steven performs regularly with Seraphic Fire, Trinity Wall Street, Ekmeles, Spire, Blue Heron, Yale Choral Artists, and Apollo’s Fire. He is a founding member of The Crossing: winner of both the 2017 and 2018 Grammy for Best Choral Performance. Steven premiered Pulitzer Prize winner David Lang’s work “Lifespan" for three whistlers and a four billion year-old fossil, and gave over 300 performances of the work.
In addition to his singing career, Steven is a dedicated visual artist. His artwork has been featured at Arch Enemy Arts, Stephen Romano Gallery, Gristle Gallery (NYC), GrindcoreHouse, Philamoca (Philadelphia), Baker-Hezeldenz (Tucson AZ) , and La Luz De Jesus gallery in Los Angeles California.