Brieley Cutting

Name: Brieley Cutting
Phone: 0422 226 922
Email: Suburb: Glebe/Forest Lodge Post Code: 2037

Experience: over 20 years of instrumental and vocal accompaniment, collaborating for professional recitals, university performance assessments, auditions, AMEB exams, recordings

Credentials: DMA, PGDip(Perf), MMus, BMus(Hon), ANAM alumna, Churchill Fellow, AMusA

Brieley Cutting is an Australian pianist described as having “at her disposal a myriad of different colours” (The Auckland Scoop) and as being “technically assured with excellent control of the keyboard” (The Courier Mail). She regularly performs as a soloist and collaborator, teaches privately and for the Australian Institute of Music, and works together with Judit Molnár (soprano) as Fragments Ensemble.

Raised on a farm in the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales, Brieley Cutting studied at the Queensland Conservatorium, Australian National Academy of Music, and at the Royal College of Music in London. Teachers included Pamela Page, Oleg Stepanov, Natasha Vlassenko, Timothy Young and Rita Reichman. In 2006 Brieley was National Keyboard Winner of the Symphony Australia ABC Young Performers Awards, and in 2010 received second placing in the Kerikeri National Piano Competition in New Zealand. In 2013 she was granted a fellowship of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust and in 2016 was awarded a Doctorate of Music Arts from Griffith University.

Brieley has performed as soloist and chamber music collaborator at venues in London, Brussels, Salzburg, and New Zealand; in Australia’s leading venues in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart and Adelaide; for organisations such as ABC Classic FM, 4MBS, and Musica Viva; and at festivals including the Piano Mill at Stanthorpe, Festival of Voices, and Tyalgum, Bangalow, and Australian Piano Duo Festivals. Brieley has appeared as concerto soloist with orchestras including the Melbourne Symphony, Adelaide Symphony, and Queensland Symphony, and she has performed regularly with ensembles such as Fragments Ensemble, Ensemble Trivium, Australia Piano Quartet, Collusion and Topology.