Bradley Fuller

Producer, Host

Originally from Greenwood, South Carolina, Bradley Fuller has maintained a deep interest in classical music since the age of six. With piano lessons throughout grade school and involvement in marching and concert bands on the saxophone, Bradley further developed musical abilities as well as an appreciation for the importance of arts education.

After high school, he pursued a Bachelor of Arts in Music at the University of South Carolina, studying under Phillip Bush. Bradley also acquired an economics degree while there. During the summer months, he gained media experience working for the McCormick Messenger newspaper as a reporter and advertising sales representative. In his free time, Bradley likes to read, explore the outdoors, go thrifting, and play piano.

Ways to Connect

Gilles Vonsattel
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South Carolina Public Radio’s Bradley Fuller talks with pianist Gilles Vonsattel, who is performing in the Spoleto Chamber Music Series. In recent year Vonsattel has made his Boston Symphony, Tanglewood, and San Francisco Symphony debuts, while performing recitals and chamber music world-wide. He is a newcomer to the Spoleto Festival, and he discusses his upcoming performances of Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach “Das Dreyblatt” for Six Hands (Chamber Music Program X) and Thomas Adès “Catch”(Program XI).

Joshua Roman
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Joshua Roman's versatility and adventurous spirit as both a cellist and a composer have gained international attention. He performs his own composition, Riding Light, at the 2017 Spoleto Festival USA Chamber Music Series. He talks with Bradley Fuller about the piece, about the challenges of playing his own work, and about why he calls himself a "curator."

The Rolston String Quartet: Jonathan Lo, Cello; Hezekiah Leung, Viola; Jeffrey Dyrda, Violin; Luri Lee, Violin.
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First Prize winner of the prestigious 2016 Banff International String Quartet Competition, the Rolston String Quartet has become Canada's newest ensemble attracting attention on the international stage.  As Germany's Südwest Press stated of their recent performance, "an impressive, deeply serious interpretation...highly sensitive, delicately transparent. A musical sound treasure, blissful."

Cellist Jonathan Lo talks with Bradley Fuller about the quartet's performances at the 2017 Spoleto Festival USA Chamber Music series.

Geoff Nuttall, Artistic Director of the Bank of America Chamber Music Series at Spoleto Festival USA.
Julia Lynn Photography

Spoleto Chamber Music Series Director, Geoff Nuttall, also plays in many of the 33 concerts in which he acts as host. Geoff finds it particularly challenging to jump from his role as MC into the chair of first violinist for the St. Lawrence Quartet. Geoff talks with Bradley Fuller about how "old music speaks and benefits from being pushed up against new music, and vice versa."

Festival Resident Conductor and Director of Orchestral Activities John Kennedy leads the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra.
Julia Lynn, 2015

John Kennedy is a familiar face at Spoleto Festival USA. As Resident Conductor and Director of Orchestral Activities, John has a pivotal role some of the festival's biggest performances. He talks with Bradley Fuller about the opera Quartett, Mahler's 4th Symphony, his love of Charleston, and the atmosphere of Spoleto USA.

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