Bradley Daley

BRADLEY DALEY

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Since making his debut with the English National Opera as Rodolfo/La bohème, Bradley has worked for Opera North, ENO, Holland Park Opera, Co-Opera Ireland, Muziektheatre Transparent/Belgium, Compagnia d’Opera Italiana di Milano and Opera Nomade/Paris.

In Australia, Bradley has sung major principal roles with Opera Australia, Opera Queensland, Victorian Opera and State Opera of South Australia. These include: Otello, Dick Johnson/La fanciulla del West, Canio/Pagliacci, Don José/Carmen, Florestan/Fidelio, Narraboth/Salome and Rodolfo/La bohème.

Concert performances have included Dvoràk’s Stabat Mater, Verdi’s Requiem, Puccini’s Messa di Gloria, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, Die erste Walpurgisnacht/Prague Music Festival, Messiah/Britten Sinfonia and Elgar’s The Kingdom and The Dream of Gerontius.

Bradley won Green Room awards for his performance as Curley/Of Mice and Men and Mao Tse-tung/Nixon in China.

Most recently, Bradley sang Pinkerton/Madama Butterfly for Opera Queensland, Sigmund/Der Ring des Nibelungen for Opera Australia and Siegfried in both Siegfried and Götterdämmerung for Kiel Opera Germany.

PERFORMANCES WITH STATE OPERA SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Walther – The Mastersingers of Nuremberg Act iii (2018)
Soloist – Verdi Spectacular (2017)
Otello – Otello (2014)
Narraboth – Salome (2013)
Dick Johnson – The Girl of the Golden West (2009)
Pong – Turandot (2008)

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Palmer spent five years transforming Cloudstreet, one of the country’s most beloved stories into operatic form – both composing the music and adapting Winton’s 427-page novel into a libretto.

We look back on this production in our Arias from the Archives series with Joanna McWaters performing Dolly's aria watch here: youtu.be/1GcP8H63Kso
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Palmer spent five years transforming Cloudstreet, one of the country’s most beloved stories into operatic form – both composing the music and adapting Winton’s 427-page novel into a libretto. 

We look back on this production in our Arias from the Archives series with Joanna McWaters performing Dollys aria watch here: https://youtu.be/1GcP8H63Kso

Comment on Facebook Palmer spent five ...

Must be revived as so many people missed out!

Love it too. An amazing production with our talented artists.

This was the best moment of the opera, (or one of the best). Loved it.

Still on my Bucket list!! Love , love , love it!!

I would love to see this again - it changed me forever

Brilliant production!

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As a company, we love connecting deeply with South Australians and are proud to bring so many Australians home to sing for you. ... See MoreSee Less

As a company, we love connecting deeply with South Australians and are proud to bring so many Australians home to sing for you.

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Looking forward to the next time you are home Grant Doyle 🎼

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In the third release of the Arias from the Archives series, Joanna McWaters and Anthony Hunt (piano) perform Dolly's aria from Cloudstreet where Joanna made the debut of the character at the opera's world premiere in Adelaide in 2016.

Learn more about Arias from the Archives and see previous episodes in the series here: stateopera.com.au/arias-from-the-archives-state-opera/
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Wonderful memories of the most amazing time <3

This opera was a unique experience. Loved it!

Wonderful Jo, an extraordinary production.

A wonderful performance Jo, a memorable evening at the new venue....Freemasons Hall.

State Opera of SA the Great survivor.

I remember going on the first night. I would love to see Cloudstreet return to the stage some time.

This is such a beautiful aria 😍

Love this and that Opera

Stunning singing as always jo

Sharanna Karika do you remember seeing this production? I don't think I was ever quite the same after that!

So fabulous!!👏🏼👏🏼😘

George Palmer

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