Bradley Turnbull Arranging
Contact Brad
Shoot me an email if you're interested in purchasing or viewing a sample of one my arrangements or services. We can also discuss other ways in which I can help improve your group's repertoire. General conversation about a cappella and Pittsburgh sports teams is also welcome.

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About Brad
Originally from Indiana, PA, I started playing piano at a young age but didn't start singing until junior year of high school. I was introduced to a cappella in 2006 when I joined The Rochester Institute of Technology's all-male group, Eight Beat Measure, in which I served as the music director and group's primary arranger for three years. In my final year with 8beat, I produced and recorded the group's first single-track album, "No Safety Nets," on which I arranged 8 of the 9 songs. In addition, my arrangement of "Honor Him/Now We Are Free" was nominated for a Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award for Best Male Collegiate Arrangement. That same arrangement also earned the "Best Arrangement" award at the first annual Collegiate Competition at the 2011 SMACC Conference in Syracuse, NY.

I graduated from RIT in 2010 with a degree in Applied Mathematics. Currently, I am a graduate student at NC State University in Raleigh, NC working towards a PhD in Statistics. I also currently serve as an arranger and consultant for Sled Dog Studios. When not studying, arranging, or recording I enjoy jogging, working out, and supporting Pittsburgh sports teams. Go Steelers!
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"Beautiful choral singing paired with a brilliant arrangement easily earns this track (Honor Him/Now We Are Free) a "5"."
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