Bradley Moore conducted the world premieres of The House Without a Christmas Tree (Gordon) and Some Light Emerges (Kaminsky) at the Houston Grand Opera, and led the company’s revival of The Little Prince, as well as performances of Tosca, L’elisir d’amore, and The Magic Flute. He conducted Ariadne auf Naxos, Dead Man Walking, The Cunning Little Vixen, and The Crucible at the Miami Music Festival and Madama Butterfly at the Castleton Festival. He has been Associate Music Director at the Houston Grand Opera, and assistant conductor at Metropolitan Opera, the Salzburg Festival, Opéra National de Paris, Canadian Opera Company, and Los Angeles Opera.
Mr. Moore has appeared in recital with Susan Graham, Renée Fleming, Jamie Barton, Christine Goerke, Angela Meade, Eric Owens and Eric Cutler, among others. His discography includes The House Without A Christmas Tree and a recital with Melody Moore for Pentatone, a recital with Mr. Cutler for EMI Classics, a recital with clarinetist Julian Bliss on Signum Classics, and a recital of songs by Daron Hagen on Arsis Audio.
He has been a piano soloist with orchestras including the National Symphony Orchestra and the Buffalo Philharmonic. He performed the Martinu Harpsichord Concerto with the San Francisco Ballet for the world premiere of Mark Morris’ Beaux, and has also been heard as a recitative accompanist and continuo player with the Met Orchestra, the Wiener Philharmoniker, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the Met Chamber Ensemble.