Classical guitarist Bradly Pupa is a multifaceted artist performing frequently as a soloist and chamber musician throughout California. His musical upbringing has been heavily influenced by his interest in folk music from different regions of the world, specifically Latin American music
Bradly’s recent musical projects haveinvolved a performance with the Gold Coast Concert Chorus of Jeffrey Van’s rarely heard work for solo guitar and full chorus, A Procession Winding Around Me. Other performances include an appearance at the 3rd International Biasini Festival and the 2017 Guitar Foundation of America festival performing Nazcan by Javier Farias in an ensemble directed by David Tannenbaum.
Along with performing Bradly is a dedicated teacher who fosters a nurturing environment around both music and the guitar. He strives to create a unique approach to the educational goals of all his students.
In May 2016 he received his Bachelor’s Degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music studying with Sergio Assad. Supplementing his education Bradly has also had the privilege of participating in master classes with Christopher Parkening, Roland Dyens, Alvaro Pierri, Pavel Steidl, and Kazuhito Yamashita.
He is currently continuing his studies at the San Francisco Conservatory to pursue a Master’s Degree under the tutelage of Marcin Dylla, Marc Teicholz, and Judicael Perroy.