Trey Bradshaw

Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra

Trey Bradshaw performs as the Second Flute player for the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra and is a substitute musician with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, New World Symphony, Civic Orchestra of Chicago, La Porte County Symphony Orchestra, and the Elkhart County Symphony Orchestra. Trey has attended several summer festivals, including the National Repertory Orchestra, National Orchestral Institute, Opera Maya, and Miami Classical Music Festival. As an educator, he has been invited as a clinician to a number of schools in the midwest to present on curriculum and studio development. Trey received his Bachelor of Music degree in Flute Performance from the University of Miami, where he studied with Trudy Kane (former principal flute of the Metropolitan Opera); he continued his studies at Indiana University under the tutelage of Thomas Robertello (former member of the Pittsburgh Symphony, The Cleveland Orchestra, and the National Symphony).