Harry Bradley is an Irish flute player from Belfast. His style is often described as energetic and powerful, with a strong emphasis on the rhythm and drive characteristic of the Northern flute style.

Influenced by the recording heritage of the 1920s and 1930s, as well as the fiddle and flute music of Leitrim and Sligo and the piping of Séamus Ennis, he is recognised as one of the most distinctive voices in Irish flute playing today. He combines his influences with a strong tone, driving rhythm and a creative touch into his own unique style.

Bradley has released several albums, both solo and in collaboration with other artists, and is also known for his work as a teacher.

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