Brady Millican's piano performances have captivated audiences and critics across America, Europe and South America.
After studies with Eugege List at the Eastman School of Music and Leonard Shure at Boston University, Dr. Millican earned European recognition as the winner of England's Francis Toye Award; on hearing his performance of Stravinsky's Petrouchka the famed French pedagogue, Nadia Boulanger, (teacher of Aaron Copeland) called him "a master of the piano." He has subsequently toured Belgium, Germany, Holland, Iceland, Italy, Romania, Spain and Venezuela as recitalist, chamber Musician and orchestral soloist. In the United States, The New York Times praise for his "poetry and imagination...pianism of a high order" has been followed by two appearances at the White House, concerts of the programs of the Boston, Dallas and Houston Symphony Orchestras, live performance on National Public Radio and CD recordings of music by Gottschalk, Brahms, Martinu and Taktakishvili on the Vox and Keywind labels.
He has given master classes or guest lectures at Harvard University, Wellesley College, the University of California at Los Angeles, Loyola Merrymount University, the National Academy of Music in Bucharest, Romania, and served on the jury of the Anemos International Competition in Rome.