Since making her concerto début with the Philharmonia in 1992, and as a recitalist at the Wigmore Hall in 1997, Sarah-Jane Bradley has established a distinguished international reputation as a soloist and chamber musician. She is a pioneer of new works and has given the premières and recorded a number of new concertos for solo viola. Her acclaimed concerto recordings include five CDs for Dutton Epoch. As a former founder-member of the Leopold String Trio and Sorrel Quartet she has recorded for Hyperion and Chandos.
Sarah-Jane Bradley is in high demand as a chamber musician; her numerous current collaborations include the London Soloists Ensemble and Honeymead Ensemble. Her work as a chamber musician has taken her around the world to festivals such as Marlboro and Kuhmo. Following studies at the Royal Academy of Music and the Mozarteum Salzburg, she won many awards and was a prizewinner at the 1994 Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition. She plays a viola by GA Chanot of Manchester, 1896.