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Brad HughleyBrad Hughley
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church
Atlanta, Georgia
(404) 634-3336

Brad Hughley is currently Organist / Choirmaster of St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in Atlanta, where he oversees an extensive music program with fours choirs and manages a growing concert series. Under his leadership, the choirs at St. Bartholomew’s have been invited to perform for the 2003 national convention of the Association of Anglican Musicians, and the 2005 Region IV Convention of the American Guild of Organists. Hughley is also active as a recitalist, accompanist, and continuo player; he has performed throughout the United States and Canada, and on historical instruments in England and Germany. Hughley also appeared as accompanist for Emory University’s Service of Lessons and Carols, the Emory Concert Choir, the Atlanta Sacred Chorale at Spivey Hall, Atlanta Choral Artists, and the Westminster Chapel Choir on a mid-Atlantic tour. He often collaborates as continuo player with the period-instrument ensemble New Trinity Baroque, artists-in-residence at St. Bartholomew’s, and appeared as soloist with them in a performance and recording of Handel organ concertos and Charpentier’s Messe de Minuit.
Hughley’s formal training includes an undergraduate degree in Sacred Music from Westminster Choir College (Princeton, NJ, 1997, summa cum laude), where, as a freshman, he accompanied the 80-voice Chapel Choir; and a Master of Sacred Music degree from Emory University (Atlanta, GA, 2000). He also earned a Master of Arts degree in Musicology from Brandeis University (Waltham, MA, 1999). His principal teachers were Joan Lippincott and Timothy Albrecht, with additional study with William Porter.
Charpentier: Messe de minuit; Handel: Organ Concerti. New Trinity Baroque; Predrag Gosta, dir. Brad Hughley, organ soloist. The Canterbury Choir of St. Bartholomew’s. (Edition Lilac, 2004)
Tomorrow Go Ye Forth: Carols, Hymns, and Anthems for Advent & Christmas. The Choirs of St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church, Atlanta; Brad Hughley, dir. (Sonare Recordings, 2004)
(Forthcoming) Preludes, Fugues, and Variations: An inaugural recording of Rosales Organ Builders Op. 29. Brad Hughley, organ. (Raven Recordings)

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