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Brad Whiteley

A versatile pianist, organist, and music director, Brooklyn-based Brad Whiteley maintains an impressively full performance schedule both in NYC and around the country. While earning a Masters of Music and Performers Certificate from the Indiana University School of Music, Whiteley grew as an artist under jazz great David Baker and classical pianist Edward Auer in addition to a semester of training in Vienna, Austria. Since moving to NYC he has studied with Fred Hersch, Jason Moran, David Berkman, and Sam Yahel.

Growing as an artist both locally and internationally, Brad was accepted into the Henry Mancini Institute (Los Angeles) on a full tuition scholarship, the Banff International Jazz Workshop (Alberta, Canada), Amerika Institute (Vienna, Austria), Flaine Music Academy (Flaine, France) and the Aspen Music Festival (Aspen, CO.) His years of exploring and learning his craft from some of the world’s greatest teachers and musicians have shaped his diverse repertoire of work and talent that he brings to his bustling schedule in NYC. He has also taken part in prestigious workshops and music camps as a teacher, including Interlochen and Shell Lake.

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