British tenor, Guy Cutting, was a chorister and later a choral scholar at New College, Oxford where he gained a first class degree in Music. In 2013 he became the inaugural recipient of the American Bach Soloists' Jeffrey Thomas Award.
His engagements have included appearances with Collegium Vocale Gent / Philippe Herreweghe (Monteverdi madrigals); The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (Purcell's Ode to St Cecilia and Bach cantatas with John Butt, Schütz' Magnificat with Robert Howarth); The Monteverdi Choir / John Eliot Gardiner (Handel's Dixit Dominus); The Academy of Ancient Music / Edward Higginbottom (Bach's St. Matthew Passion); The Gabrieli Consort / Paul McCreesh (A Venetian Coronation); the Choir of New College, Oxford / Robert Quinney (Bach's St John Passion) ; Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht / Johannes Leertouwer (Bach's St. Matthew Passion); De Nederlandse Bachvereniging / Jos van Veldhoven (Bach's St John Passion); De Nederlandse Bachvereniging / Marcus Creed (Bach Cantatas); Swedish Baroque Orchestra / Mats Nilsson (Bach's B Minor Mass); The Orchestra of Tokyo University (Mozart's Requiem); the American Bach Soloists / Jeffrey Thomas (Bach's St. Matthew Passion & Magnificat ); De Nederlandse Bachvereniging / Christoph Prégardien (Schütz' St. John Passion); Voces Musicales/ Risto Joost (Handel's Messiah); and Haydn's Creation & Nelson Mass with Outcry Ensemble / Roger Sayer.
Guy has given recitals of Gurney and Butterworth at the Oundle International Music Festival, and Britten and Finzi at the Clifton International Festival of Music. He has also performed Purcell songs with Hirono Tozaki (harpsichord) in Japan, and with Aileen Henry (baroque harp), at The Music Room, Mayfair.
Since 2016, Guy has also been a member of Damask Vocal Quartet - a Dutch ensemble, specialising in the 19th and 20th century chamber repertoire.
Guy has also performed with a number of the UK's most renowned early music consorts such as The Tallis Scholars, The Marian Consort, Alamire, The Taverner Choir, Contrapunctus and Magnificat. With these groups, Guy has recorded extensively, and toured to Europe, North America, Asia and Australasia.
As soloist, Guy's upcoming projects include Monteverdi's Vespers with Collegium Vocale Gent / Philippe Herreweghe in Europe and Asia; Bach's St. John Passion (Arias) with Gabrieli Consort & Players / Paul McCreesh in Switzerland; Purcell Odes with The Orchestra of the Age of the Enlightenment / Laurence Cummings in Germany; Bach cantatas with De Nederlandse Bachvereniging / Shunske Sato in Holland; Handel's Messiah with the Real Filharmonia de Galicia / Robert Howarth in Spain, and with Voces Musicales & Peter Philips in Estonia; Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle with Damask Vocal Quartet in Holland; and Bach cantatas with Le Concert Lorrain / Marcus Creed in Hungary and Switzerland.