Louisa Hunter Bradley
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Louisa Hunter-Bradley
Dame Joan Sutherland Fund recipient, Classical Musician


Louisa Hunter-Bradley is highly sought-after throughout Australia, Europe and the United Kingdom as a musicologist, singer and recorder player, specialising in early renaissance and baroque repertoires. 

She has worked with an extensive number of groups including Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Opera Australia, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Royal Melbourne Philharmonia, Victorian Opera, Pinchgut Opera, Cantillation, Consort Astrae, Armonico Consort, St Brides, Choir of  London and the Australian Classical Players,  but most enjoyment stems from working in intimate settings with the small, exquisite ensembles Il Canzoniere, La Compania, Latitude 37, Consort Eclectus, Past Echoes and the Fitzalan Project.

Louisa completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Performance at the Royal Academy of Music in London and a Master of Arts in Music Performance and Editing at Monash University, Australia, the creation of editions and recordings being a passion which has seen further research undertaken on both sides of the globe. Most recently she has been working as a Research Fellow at the Katholiek Universiteit Leuven and is now based at Harvard University as a Fellow within the Department of Music. 

Not only has Louisa performed at numerous festivals throughout the world as a chamber musician, she has also directed her own festival, the Autumn Chamber Music Festival, presented by Past Echoes. She continues to be heard through National Radio broadcasts and has a number of compact disc recordings available. She is especially grateful to the American Australian Association - Dame Joan Sutherland Fund for supporting her studies at Harvard University and further afield. 


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