Chloe Cutts

Feature writer, The Strad

Location icon United Kingdom

A commissioning editor, writer and brand director with eighteen years' experience in arts magazine publishing, print and digital. I successfully rebranded and relaunched market-leading specialist music titles The Strad and International Piano, updating both content and design. As editor of The Strad I oversaw the inaugural Strad Sundays series at the Barbican Centre, a collaboration with the London Symphony Orchestra's International Violin Festival; at International Piano magazine I implemented a media partnership with the International Piano Series at London's Southbank Centre. I currently live in London and work as a freelance writer and editor.

The Strad, April 2019
Brilliant Concepts

Augustin Hadelich talks about his new recording, an unusual pairing of Brahms and Ligeti

The Strad, January 2019
Postcard from Munich

Report from the 2018 ARD International Music Competition, where the winning players demonstrated exceptional maturity and insight

The Strad, March 2017
Adventures in Repertoire

Antipodean violinist Richard Tognetti talks new music, new contexts and life at the helm of the Australian Chamber Orchestra

The Strad, August 2016
Spectrum of Sound

Ahead of her BBC Proms debut, cellist Sol Gabetta reveals how she discovered her voice

The Strad, February 2015
Transfigured Nights

French violinist Philippe Graffin on his artistic collaboration with GĂ©rard Depardieu

The Strad, June 2015
Seeing the Light

The players of the Carducci Quartet prepare for their epic Shostakovich quartet feat

Accessories, 2015
Strength from Within

How one French case maker is fusing form with function

International Piano, March/April 2011
Transcendental studies

Pianist Alice Sara Ott on her mission to seek out musical truths

International Piano, November/December 2010
Music of my Life

British pianist Imogen Cooper discusses the recordings that inspire her still

The Strad, January 2019
Postcard from Sendai

A report from the Sendai string competition in Japan