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Brad Hatfield

Brad Hatfield is one of Boston's most prolific and popular musicians as well as an Emmy Award winning composer. If you've enjoyed the music of the world-renowned Boston Pops Orchestra under the direction of John Williams and Keith Lockhart, you've probably heard Brad playing the piano or keyboards with musicians such as: James Taylor, Yo Yo Ma, Bono of U2, kd lang, and Martina McBride, to name just a few.

His playing is featured on the Pop's Grammy nominated Celtic Album as well as A Splash of Pops. He was featured with the Utah Symphony under Keith Lockhart's direction and has also performed with the Boston Symphony under the direction of James DePriest. His arrangements, orchestrations and compositions have been performed by The Boston Pops, Houston Symphony, Atlanta Symphony and Rochester Philharmonic.

If you watch TV or go to the movies, you've no doubt heard some of Brad's compositions or playing. That was Brad playing solo piano for the opening scene and end credits of Clint Eastwood's Mystic River. His own musical compositions have been heard on movies such as: Iron Man II, Borat, Analyze This, The Break Up, and Cop Land, as well as the TV series: Rescue Me, The Sopranos, GLEE, ER, CSI, Saturday Night Live, Blue Bloods, Dexter and many others...

When world-class musicians tour through Boston, they often call Brad to perform with them. Some of the artists that he has performed with include: Aretha Franklin, Gary Burton, Carly Simon, Andrea Bocelli, Rebecca Parris, Rita Moreno, Mark Murphy, and Karrin Allyson.

Over the past 25 years, Brad has done numerous tours across America, Europe and the Far East, performing with the Boston Pops Orchestra, George Russell Living Time Orchestra and Mike Metheny.