Bradley McCaw

Bradley McCaw is an Australian performer, composer, playwright, actor, orchestrator and musician. He has worked onstage playing lead roles in countless musicals and toured the world with International singing group ‘The Ten Tenors,’ which included an internationally televised performance at the 2004 AFL Grand Final. He was the winner of the 2012 International Cabaret Showcase with his one-man show, Cabaret: The Complete Unauthorised Biography, which toured Internationally including a sold out performance on "42nd street" as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival. 

His new show The Fastest Piano in The West is currently playing as a Headline act aboard Royal Caribbean, Viking, Holland America, Princess, Regent, Seabourne and Oceania Cruises. It has now been performed over 30 times all around the world.

His musical works include The Oasis, A Little Princess, and Becoming Bill which will received its Premiere production at the Brisbane Powerhouse in August 2019.

 

He has produced and orchestrated three musical theatre recordings; Becoming Bill (2017), The Oasis (to be released in 2019) & Any Moment (to be released in 2019) and is the host of the 'Making Musicals’ podcast series distributed by That’s Not Canon Productions.

Bradley is also an in-demand Musical Director, pianist, guitarist & hammond organ player, specialising in new contemporary works. Previous engagements include 2018 Australian Premiere of Disenchanted (Off Broadway Hit Musical), Catherine Alcorn's Go Your Own Way (Queensland tour), The Other Women (Co-Orchestrator), 2016 Wonderland festival), Michael Tuahine's Songlines (2017 Queensland Cabaret Festival), Up The Ladder (2011, Co-Orchestrator) and Women in Song presented at the 2017 Festival of Voices (Tasmania). 


In 2015, Bradley graduated with a Masters in Music Studies from Griffith Conservatorium of Music, receiving a 2015 Griffith Award for Academic Excellence.
 

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