Zachary Bradford is Voice Teacher, Vocal Coaching, Vocalist, Musician & Educator located in Manhattan. He relocated to NYC in 2013 the area after living in Brisbane, Australia.
In addition managing his private studio, Zachary Bradford is an Associate Voice Teacher at New York Vocal Coaching, where he enjoys teaching and coaching vocalists of all styles and experience levels. He has also worked as Adjunct Faculty at New York University (NYU), Steinhardt School, where he taught voice lessons.
Zac Bradford specializes in teaching voice technique across a wide range of musical genres. His clients have performed in Film, Television, Broadway, Off Broadway, 1st USA National Tours, The Metropolitan Opera (as Dancer's) and have worked as backing singers/band members for Mariah Carey, Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen & Dave Brubeck. Zac was the vocal coach for a musical episode of TV show "Royal Pains" (USA Network), with original music by Tom Kitt (Next to Normal, If/Then).
In the spring of 2016, Zac graduated with an Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy from New York University, under the tutelage of Dr. Brian Gill and Prof. Jeremy Aye. He received his MMusSt in Vocal Pedagogy, GDipMusSt and BMus in Jazz Voice, all from Griffith University (Australia), under the tutelage of Dr. Irene Bartlett.
Zac is a Certified Integrative Studies Practitioner (One Voice Centre NYC), under the guidance of Dr. Joan Melton & Jennie Morton. He completed the NYU Summer Vocal Pedagogy Intensive (2015), under the instruction of Dr. Johan Sundberg, Dr. Brian Gill, Prof. Jeremy Aye, Joan Lader, Dr. Milan Amin & Shirley Gherson. In 2014, Zac completed the NYVC Voice Teacher Training & Certification (40hr) under the guidance of Justin Stoney. Zac is also a member of NYSTA & NATS.
As a performer, Zac has a wealth of experience as a lead & side man at festivals, clubs, cafe's & on the corporate music scene. He has performed on stage with finalists from "The Voice", "Idol" & "The X Factor". Zac has an extensive performance resume, including over 50 musical theater productions, as performer, orchestra pit musician, vocal director, and music director.