The American counter-tenor, Bradley Fugate, grew up in Elkin, North Carolina and began his academic musical studies at Furman University in Greenville, SC, then continued his education at Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music where he began singing early music.
After post-graduate work at Florida State in the Voice Performance department, Bradley Fugate moved to Boston to study at New England Conservatory and to take advantage of the wonderful music-making opportunities. In an effort to regain his Southern heritage, he has just recently moved to Greensboro, NC and is happy to call North Carolina home again.
Professionally, Bradley Fugate has prepared the roles of Arcetro in Peri's Euridice (Longy Early Music Opera, Boston) and Hunter/Shepherd in Venus and Adonis by John Blow (Longy Early Music). He has also been guest soloist at Harvard University (Cambridge, MA), with Boston Cecilia (Boston), Duke Chapel (Durham, NC), Orlando Philharmonic, Palm Beach Baroque Orchestra, Tallahassee Bach Parley, New Trinity Baroque (Atlanta, Georgia), Church of the Advent (Beacon Hill/Boston), Trinity Church at Copley Square (Boston), Church of the Redeemer (Brookline, MA) and St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral (Boston).