Select performances are embedded below. For more visit Bradley’s YouTube channel.

Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, Philip Brunelle has been sharing insights and music in the series a Musical Moment. Brad joined him on April 1, 2020.
World premiere of Hate Has No World, written by Bradley Ellingboe for the Albany Pro Musica 40th Anniversary Season.
University of New Mexico Concert Choir, October, 2008. Bradley Ellingboe, conductor.
Bradley Ellingboe joins St. John’s UMC Music Director Matthew Greer for an illuminating musical conversation.
Dappled Things by Bradley Ellingboe, commissioned by the Santa Fe Desert Chorale and performed by them in 2014 under Joshua Haberman.
Bradley Ellingboe performs Mendelssohn’s “Elijah” in Palo Alto, California in March 2020.
“Pål på Haugen” Norwegian folksong arr. by Bradley Ellingboe ’80 The St. Olaf Choir – Anton Armstrong ’78 conducting Video courtesy St. Olaf College. Used by permission.
Luther College Cantorei, Jennaya Robison, conductor. Iowa Public Television broadcast of Christmas at Luther. Bradley Ellingboe’s “Ring Out, Wild Bells” – written and dedicated to Cantorei and Jennaya Robison.
A clip of Star Song by Bradley Ellingboe.
The Choralosophy Podcast Episode 3: What’s in a Gesture? With Bradley Ellingboe
Light Dawns on a Weary World by William Rowan, arranged by Bradley Ellingboe. Text by Mary Louise Bringle. Available for purchase here: https://www.giamusic.com/store/resource/light-dawns-on-a-weary-world-print-g9369
Composed by Edvard Grieg. Edited by Bradley Ellingboe. Available for purchase here: https://kjos.com/pentecost-hymn.html
Ring Out, Wild Bells, composed by Bradley Ellingboe and performed by Wartburg College St. Elizabeth Chorale