Bradley Quinn Lever
Bradley Quinn Lever, a Salt Lake City native, started his vocal career at an early age. Critics and audiences alike have lauded his powerful high tenor voice, and his talents continue to bring him to venues across the United States and abroad. Some of Bradley’s favorite theatrical roles include Enjorlas in Les Misérables, Tarzan in Disney’s Tarzan, and Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Bradley also appeared as the lead vocalist in the 2012 U.S. national tour of Michael McLean’s highly acclaimed show, The Forgotten Carols. Bradley Quinn is an alumnus of Westminster College, where he played on the varsity soccer team. When he is not performing, Bradley utilizes his other creative talents as the owner and founder of SPEK CREATIVE CO., a multi-media production company. He is also the visionary/creator behind GENTRI’s powerful branding.