Austin Bradley, Baritone - CoOPERAtive Summer Program

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SUPPORTERS
14% ($345)
FUNDED
$2,400USD
GOAL
FUNDING ENDED ON
July 20th, 2013
Raised $345 of $2,400

About The Artist

Austin Bradley, Baritone

Austin Bradley, baritone, is currently a second year masters student at the University of Texas at Austin studying with professor David Small.  A graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, his stage credits include: Maximilian (Candide), Jules (Bolcom’s A Wedding), and Masetto (Don Giovanni) all with Oberlin Opera Theatre. A strong advocate for artsong and recitals, Bradley was a young artist at SongFest in 2011 and a participant at the Baldwin Wallace Artsong Festival in 2012. As a recitalist, he was recently featured on McLennan Community College’s Steinway Recital Series in 2012. During his studies at the Oberlin Conservatory, Bradley was selected to sing on the Danenberg Honors Recital and was named a Presser Scholar. Credits with the University of Texas Butler Opera Center...

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In July, Austin will be traveling to Princeton, New Jersey to attend CoOPERAtive, a 3-week opera training program. The faculty includes internationally acclaimed conductors, directors, movement specialists and performers including: Martin Katz (world renowned accompanist), Pierre Vallet (Metropolitan Opera), Kathleen Kelly (Vienna State Opera), Susan Ashbaker (MET National Council judge), Eric Weimer (Lyric Opera of Chicago), Anthony Manoli (Washington National Opera), and Sandra Bernhard (Houston Grand Opera). By attending this program Austin hopes to make strides in his singing, acting, and all aspects of performance in order prepare him for next year's audition season. The CoOPERAtive program offers approximately 28-30 hours for each participant per week of private coachings, classes and masterclasses, three performance opportunities each week with aria concerts and art song recitals.

Austin has recently completed his first year of graduate study at University of Texas at Austin.  Even though Austin had a especially productive year in school, summer programs like CoOPERAtive are essential to his development and future as a musician. Austin has already received a $700 scholarship which has helped defray
costs significantly.


BUDGET:
Remaining Tuition: $2,000
Airfare and travel: $400
Total: $2400


Austin plans to give a benefit recital on Wednesday June 26th at 7:30

P.M. at First Presbyterian Church Waco, TX 76701 1100 Austin Ave.  The recital will include Copland's American Songs, German songs, and Italian Opera Arias.


You can help Austin Bradley attend this prestigious summer music festival by supporting this project through BELTÀ! All donations are tax deductible, and 100% of funds received are distributed directly to the artist.

Not comfortable donating online?  We accept donations via check as well.  Please mail donations to BELTÀ, 1712 E. Riverside Dr., Suite 47, Austin, TX 78741.  Be sure to mark "Austin Bradley" in the memo line so that your support can be routed towards this project.