In the fall of 2003 Bradyworks undertook its first European tour with concerts in England, Scotland and Ireland, including a live concert broadcast for BBC Radio 3 recorded at the Maida Vale studio in London. Following a successful premiere in October 2003 in Montreal, the group presented Brady's chamber opera Three Cities in the Life of Dr. Norman Bethune in Toronto for two nights in January 2005. In the spring of 2005 the ensemble changed its instrumentation to its current line-up, including clarinet and viola, in order to perform the music for Brady's 2-act chamber opera The Salome Dancer at the Open Ears Festival in Kitchener. In the 2005 - 2006 season Bradyworks released the opera Bethune on CD (Ambiances magnétique) and in 2006 - 2007 they released 3 Solos - the Music of R. Murray Schafer on Centrediscs, the latter being a CD/DVD Audio release in 5.1 surround sound.
Recent productions include the "Shostakovitch@100
years" project at the Théâtre la Chapelle in
September 2006, John Oliver's opera "Alternate Visions"
at Usine C in May 2007, the 5 concerts of the "Voyages"
project with New York in April 2008, and, in May
2008, the group undertook an ambitious 5-city tour of Québec
with the multi-media project "My 20th Century",
including a performance at the prestigious Festival
international de musique actuelle de Victoriaville. Their
most recent major production was a very successful 10-city
cross-Canada tour of "My 20th Century",
including a performance at the acclaimed Winnipeg
Symphony Orchestra New Music Festival in February
2010. In March and April 2014 they undertook a 7-city tour of
the USA and Australia, including a radio broadcast for the Australian
Broadcasting Corporation, in collaboration with
American baritone Thomas Buckner.
The group's most recent major
success was the production of "Atacama: Symphony #3",
a new work by artistic director Tim Brady. This impressive
55-minute work for 11 musicians and 20 singers was premiered in
Montreal in June 2012 to a standing ovation, was awarded the
PRIX OPUS for "Best new composition of the year"
in 2013, was released on CD on ATMA Classique and which was
opening concert at the prestigious Festival
international de musique actuelle de Victoriaville in
May 2013. The company's most recent project is the electric
guitar collective: Instruments of Happiness.
The group had 2 very successful performances of the innovative
their innovative 100 guitar projects in 2015 and 2016, and
released it's first CD, "Instruments of Happiness electric
guitar quartet" in March 2016 on the American Starkland
Bradyworks (BW Musique) is funded the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Conseil des arts de Montréal, the SOCAN Foundation, and private donations.