Brad Walker

Bass-Baritone 

Biography

Hailed as a “standout” by San Francisco Classical Voice, american bass-baritone Brad Walker is a rising star in the Opera World. Mr. Walker has been seen on stages across the United States, as well as making his debut in Asia as Schuanard in La Bohème with Daegu Opera in South Korea. After winning the district level three times, he won the Rocky Mountain Regional, and became a semi finalist of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, as well as winning the Brava! Opera Theater and James M. Collier Young Artist Program Vocal Competition.

Mr. Walker completed his two year residency as part of the world renowned Adler Fellowship with the San Francisco Opera. While in San Francisco Mr. Walker performed as Zuniga in Carmen, as Dumas in Andrea Chénier, as Strojnik in Vĕc Makropolus, as the Mandarin in Turandot, and Schaunard La Bohème. During his fellowship, Mr. Walker received acclaim for his performances both in productions and in concerts with the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, the UC Davis Symphony and in the Schwabacher Recital Series.

In addition to the Adler Fellowship, Mr. Walker has participated in many of the country’s top young artist programs including The Merola Opera Program, Chautuaqua Opera Company, Des Moines Metro Opera, and Lyric Opera of Kansas City.

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