After learning the violin with Alexander Balenescu, Bradley studied at Trinity College of Music, London. While at Trinity he joined with three colleagues to form the Sterling String Quartet with whom he played for seven years, giving recitals throughout Europe as well as in the United Kingdom. As well as leading the Aurelian Symphony Orchestra he is also guest leader of the Essex Symphony Orchestra.
Solo work includes performances of The Lark Ascending with the Brentwood Philharmonic Orchestra and at St. Albans Abbey with the Aurelian Symphony Orchestra and Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante for violin and viola with the Brentwood Philharmonic Orchestra.
He is currently Head of Orchestral Studies at the Redbridge Music Service, where he enjoys conducting the Symphony Orchestra as well as the Senior String Orchestra.