American Bradley Moore returns to the COC after assisting on both Otello and Simon Boccanegra, following his recent recital tours with Renée Fleming and Alice Coote. Currently a pianist, vocal coach and assistant conductor with the Met, Mr. Moore has performed with many of the world’s great singers and instrumentalists, including Plácido Domingo, Michael Schade, Joshua Bell and Yo-Yo Ma. As a soloist, he has appeared with several orchestras including the National Symphony Orchestra, the Buffalo Philharmonic and the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. He was also the musical assistant to Riccardo Muti, Kent Nagano, and Ivor Bolton at the Salzburg Festival and assistant conductor at the Opéra national de Paris and the Los Angeles Opera. Discography credits include an EMI Classics Debut Series recital with Eric Cutler and a recording of songs by the American composer Daron Hagen. He recently completed his doctorate in piano performance at Yale University.