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Examiner 1096
BMus, AMusA, LRAM, ARCM, GradDip (Accomp)

Bradley Evans was first taught in Sydney by Annette Erskine-Smith. He completed his bachelor of music at the Sydney Conservatorium in 1981, studying with Elizabeth Powell. In 1982, he was the NSW winner and Commonwealth finalist in the ABC Concerto Competition and winner of the inaugural Yamaha National Piano Competition. A Queen Elizabeth Silver Jubilee Award enabled him to continue his studies with Benjamin Kaplan in London, where he was a prize winner in the Overseas League Competition. In 1989, he completed his graduate diploma in accompaniment at the Sydney Conservatorium, studying with David Miller.

From 1991 to 2001, Mr Evans lived and taught in Germany, where he frequently performed in a two-piano duo with Hugo Seebach. Since returning to Australia in 2001, he has taught at the Conservatorium Access Centre and St Catherine’s School in Waverley. He now teaches at Sydney Grammar School and at his private studio.

Mr Evans was awarded the 2012 AMEB (NSW) Teaching Shield (7th Grade to Licentiate) for Piano.