From St. Peters, Missouri, Bradley Greathouse is a dedicated student, leader, and musician. Bradley graduated from Truman State University, where he received his Bachelor of Arts and currently pursues a Masters of Music in Horn Performance at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln., where he works as a graduate teaching assistant and performs with the University Wind Ensemble. After graduation he plans on pursuing his doctorate, with a goal of teaching horn at the college level. He studied with Mary Swarzwelder, Jim Wehrman, Pat Mickey, and is a current student of Alan Mattingly. Bradley was the 2021 Young Artist featured by the Gateway Festival Orchestra performing Mozart’s Horn Concerto No.2 at the St. Louis Music Park for their July “Celebrating!” concert. He received 2nd place at the Missouri Symphony’s “Mostly Mozart” concerto competition and competed in finals at Truman State University’s concerto competition.