Introduced to composition by his father at a young age, Bromley took to it quickly, starting to produce Electronic music at the age of 10, and soon moved to explore concert and film music. Inspired by the works he played on Piano and Trumpet, he started setting his sights on a career in composition, which prompted him to attend the Chetham’s Piano Summer School for two years to study composition. Soon after the second year at Chetham’s concluded he started to arrange private lessons with one of the teachers he had studied under, who, after a while recommended he audition for the Junior Royal Northern College of Music, where he studied as a first study composer for a further two years.
Bromley is currently enrolled at Berklee College of Music in Boston, taking a dual-major course in Classical Composition and Film Scoring. Notable performances include his String Quartet-ette and Saxophone Quartet being performed by the Jack Quartet and New Thread Quartet respectively, his recent piece Expectations for mixed Ensemble performed by Sound Icon and the JRNCM Symphony Orchestra’s performance of his Film Suite.