Brad is a composer, publisher and music educator and co-director of the Queensland Music Centre in Brisbane, Australia. He also works closely with modern technology, exploring the composing and performance potential of MIDI. He is the author of several books on organ sold mainly in England and has developed software for music teachers and students for the new learner. His latest publications include a series of piano and keyboard books styled the Bradley Eustace Digital Music Library, which are designed to take advantage of the benefits of modern technology and suited students from the new learner to advanced performer. Many of these works are listed in the AGMED, AMEB, ANZCA and St Cecilia syllabi.
From 2002, Brad has presented specialised clinics for electronic musical instruments on linking technology for film music and learning at national dealer conferences and student/teacher workshops. He has held workshops for the Music Teachers Association of Queensland, MOSAIC Biennial ANCOS (Orff Schulwerk) conference and participated at Australian Music Examination Board on Contemporary Popular Music and its relevance to today's computer aged music students.
Brad's qualifications include LMusA, AMusA, AYMF Piano, AYMF Electone. He completed a Graduate Diploma in Music Technology with the Australian Guild of Music Education in 2001 and a Masters degree in Music Technology through the University of Newcastle Conservatorium in 2005. He was the Trinity College Australian Exhibition winner for Keyboard in 1995 and won a MOST (Most Outstanding Student) scholarship for school students in the State of Queensland on bass clarinet in 1995.
In 2008, Brad was a top five finalist in the Classical/Jazz section for original music of the national Music Oz Awards and in 2009, has been selected as one of the top 20 finalist of the Max Trop Fest for original music for short film. Both events where hosted in Sydney, Australia.