Pianist, keyboardist, composer, and arranger Adam Bravo is a dynamic presence on the Los Angeles music scene. His credits as a keyboardist include Eden Espinosa, Rumer Willis, Barbara Morrison, Tierney Sutton, Disney's Mad T Party Band, Roy McCurdy, Bob Sheppard, the Disneyland Band, Sally Kellerman, John Daversa, Billy Richards’ Coasters, Lara Johnston, The Tim Gill All-Stars, and many others.
As a writer, he has contributed arrangements or original compositions to ensembles including the Los Angeles County High School of the Arts, the Brad Steinwehe Jazz Orchestra, Eddie Wakes, The San Gabriel Seven (featuring Bill Watrous), Big Time Operator, and the USC Thornton Jazz Orchestra. Adam’s writing has garnered him numerous accolades, including a Downbeat Award in the Best Original Song category, the Monterey Jazz Festival Big Band Composition Competition, and the USC JazzReach Composition Competition (twice). Adam also leads progressive jazz R&B band The Oven Fresh, whose albums are available at all major music retailers.
Adam has a Bachelor of Music from the Thornton School of Music at USC and holds a faculty position at Saddleback College.