Caleb Bradley is a freelance oboist based in the Denver area who is dedicated to further expanding the thriving artistic community of the state. He has performed with groups all over Colorado, including the Fort Collins Symphony, Fort Collins Opera, Fort Collins Wind Symphony, Colorado Springs Philharmonic, Greeley Philharmonic, Littleton Symphony, Boulder Symphony, and Aurora Symphony.
Internationally, Caleb had the privilege of performing extensively in Italy as principal oboe of the Tuscia Opera Festival in 2013, and he has performed in the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing. He is a great lover of chamber music, having performed with the Loveland Friends of Chamber Music and the Ethos West Chamber Orchestra. In 2014, his wind quintet won first prize in the Lamont Chamber Music Competition, performing Ligeti’s Six Bagatelles.
Caleb is also an avid proponent of new music, and as a member of the Modern Hue ensemble at the University of Denver, he enjoyed premiering works of his classmates. In addition to his performance activity he is also very passionate about music education and maintains a small studio of private students in Denver. He earned a B.M. from Colorado State University in 2012, and a M.M. from the University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music in 2014, his major teachers being Dr. Gary Moody, and Dr. Sarah Mellander-Bierhaus.