About Bradley Peppers
Bradley Peppers is an Atlanta native who always-new music would be a big part of his life. He started playing the Trombone at age 9, Piano at 11, and Singing at 13. Technique on both instruments, and voice intrigued him, and he always found his way into any ensembles or choirs in which he could be a part of.
Bradley holds a degree in Trombone performance from Georgia State University where he studied with Dr. Tom Gibson. While at GSU he performed with the University Orchestra, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, All College Band, All College Choir, various Brass quintets, Trombone choirs, and Brass ensembles. While studying music Bradley also studied piano with Julie Lackey and Dr. Andrew Santander, and studied voice with Dr. David Thomas. Bradley has worked for many organizations such as Gainesville State College, Gainesville High School, and Gainesville Parks and Recreation, East Side Baptist Church, Come Alive Ministries, and many other churches and charities.
In 2003 Bradley became the Director of Music Ministries at the First Presbyterian Church of Winder Georgia. During his time at First Presbyterian Bradley has spent over 5 years building a music program consisting of an Adult Choir, Hand Bell Choir, Voice Ensembles, and a Children's Choir. This program continues to grow musically and in numbers.
Bradley began teaching by the age of 21 and currently has active studio along with the addition of teaching a newly developed choral program at The Cottage School in Roswell, GA. Bradley also teaches occasional master classes.