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. He sings with Seraphic Fire and his sextet, Variant 6, and has performed and recorded with Roomful of Teeth, The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, Spire, The Thirteen, Fuma Sacra, Opera Philadelphia, Yale Choral Artists, and Apollo’s Fire. He is a founding member of The Crossing (Philadelphia), with upcoming collaborations with ICE, Quicksilver, The American Composers Orchestra, and PRISM Saxophone Quartet. Earlier this season, Steven premiered David Lang’s Lifespan, for three whistlers and a four billion-year-old fossil, and gave over 300 performances. In addition to his singing career, Steven is a dedicated visual artist. He contributed a large-scale visual component to the premiere of Gavin Bryars’s The Fifth Century by The Crossing with PRISM Saxophone Quartet, and his artwork has been featured at Gristle Gallery (New York), Arch Enemy Arts, Grindcore-House, Philamoca (Philadelphia), Baker+Hesseldenz (Tucson), and Stephen Romano Gallery (Brooklyn) in the exhibition Lexicon Infernali.