In his current position as Artistic Director for the Chorale Midwest and Chorale Midwest Chamber Singers, and the Conductor-in-Residence for the Honor Choir USA, Bradley Barrett serves as a respected industry professional and seasoned veteran of choral conducting. Formerly the Assistant Professor of Choral Conducting and Music at the University of Northern Iowa (UNI), Bradley Barrett focused on precision and quality of sound, while implementing innovative and creative approaches to music from all stylistic periods of composition. Bradley Barrett has shared his choral expertise with numerous other institutions, including the University of Arizona, St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, and Missouri State University, among others.

Whenever possible, Bradley Barrett enjoys guest conducting, an honor he has taken part in on numerous occasions. His guest work has taken him to the International Choral Festival in Honolulu, Hawaii, as well as the International Music Camp in Dunseith, North Dakota. The Vocal Arts Festival, the Arkansas State University Choral Institute, and the Mineral Area All-Conference Honor Choir also served as exceptional guest conductor opportunities in his past. He has also visited Poland, England, the Czech Republic, Wales, and Ireland during his time as a choral conductor and vocal professional.

With his wide range of experience, Bradley Barrett works with mixed choirs, glee clubs, and chamber choirs. With these groups, Mr. Barrett has taken part in multiple recordings, many of which feature classical and modern vocal pieces, such as Ave Verum Corpus, River Moons, When I Hear Her I Have Wings, and Awake, O North Wind. He numbers Johann Sebastian Bach, Claudio Monteverdi, and Orlando Di Lasso among his favorite composers.