Bradlan was established 30th May 1930 by trnava workers of Vozovka factory. The members of choir accepted statute and choir name one year later.
The choir is active continuosly and since its establishing till today many generations of singers practised and performed under supervision of 18 conductors. Singers remember famous conductors like: M.Jaura, J.Lauko, A.Cíger, D.Bulla, V.Brós, I.Luknár, J.Potočár, B.Juhanáková, S.Mironov, S.Gálik, I.Konečný, G.Kalapoš, D.Bill, V.Hovancová, H.Borbélyová, D.Benciová, M.Pavlík and others.
Singers with gratitude recall celebrities like: M.Schneider-Trnavský, F. Kuchár, B. Čajkovič, J. Badiar, sculptor and a medailist V. Schiffer, archbischop J. Sokol, academ. painter E.Paulovič whom they awarded with title perpetual and honorary member.
Bradlan arranged hundered of performances and concerts on home and foreign stages. Performed in Latvia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Austria, Italy, Finland, France and Norway.
Bradlan won awards and diplomas like Medal of labor, main award of polish radio TRIGLAW, garlands and medals of international competitions, as well entry in Trnava chronicle and Award of town Tnava in year 2000 and Award of Trnava municipality ín the year 2007.