Steven Bradshaw has appeared as a soloist with The Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra, Tempesta Di Mare, Piffaro, Bang on a Can, Old City Baroque, The Bach Collegium of Philadelphia and Network for New Music. In addition to performing and recording with his sextet Variant 6, Steven performs regularly with Seraphic Fire, The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, Eckmeles, Spire, Blue Heron, Yale Choral Artists and Apollo’s Fire. He is a founding member of the Crossing: a 24-voice ensemble fully dedicated to new music. The Crossing has recently collaborated with ICE, Quicksilver Baroque, The American Composer’s Orchestra, PRISM saxophone quartet and the LA Philharmonic. Steven premiered David Lang’s Lifespan for three whistlers and a four billion year-old fossil, and gave over 300 performances of the work. In addition to his singing career, Steven is a dedicated visual artist. He contributed a large visual component to the premier of Gavin Bryars’s The Fifth Century by the Crossing and The PRISM Saxophone Quartet. His artwork has been featured at Stephen Romano Gallery, Gristle Gallery (New York), Arch Enemy Arts, GrindcoreHouse, Philamoca (Philadelphia) Baker-Hezeldenz (Tucson AZ) and La Luz De Jesus gallery in Los Angeles, California.