Bradley Moller


YOLA AT HOLA Music Instructor

Originally from Cape Town, South Africa, Bradley Möller is a freelance tubist and educator based in Los Angeles. Mr. Möller currently performs for the Disneyland Band and is under contract with Sony Entertainment as a studio recording artist. In addition to his freelance career, Mr. Möller frequently performs as a concert tubist and has made appearances with the Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, the Eastern Sierra Festival Orchestra, Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra, and the Claremont Symphony Orchestra. Upcoming appointments include performances with the Los Angeles Kaleidoscope Chamber Orchestra and a Los Angeles production of Chicago. His principal instructors include studio tubist Doug Tornquist, studio trombonist Bill Booth, solo tubist Daniel Perantoni, and orchestral tubist Norm Pearson. Mr. Möller has also studied under renowned brass professionals such as Jim Self, Roger Bobo, Michael Sachs, Gene Pokorny, Mike Roylance, Tim Buzbee, Øystein Baadsvik, and Roland Szentpáli. Mr. Möller is currently completing his Doctor of Musical Arts in Tuba Performance at the University of Southern California. He was awarded his Master of Music degree from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, where he received the Graduate Tuition Award. In addition, he studied at the Colburn School in Los Angeles, and earned his Bachelor of Music in Tuba Performance as a Performance Award recipient from the University of California, Santa Barbara.