The English tenor, Guy Cutting, was a chorister and later a choral scholar at New College, Oxford under Edward Higginbottom, and gained extensive experience touring worldwide and singing regularly on BBC television and radio, as well as recording W.A. Mozartís Requiem as tenor soloist, and appearing as soloist on their recent François Couperin, Charpentier and W.A. Mozart recordings. After graduating with a first-class degree in September 2012, Guy moved to London and began work as a freelance tenor under the coaching of Susan Roberts.
Recent solo performances include J.S. Bachís St John Passion (BWV 245) under the direction of Johannes Leertouwer in Utrecht and with Choir of New College, Oxford in San Francisco, Benjamin Brittenís Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings in Oxford, Purcellís Ode for St. Ceciliaís Day with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in the Queen Elizabeth Hall, two of J.S. Bach's cantatas (BWV 106 and BWV 153) with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in Kings Place, Monteverdiís Marian Vespers of 1610 in St Johnís, Smith Square, J.S. Bachís Mass in B Minor (BWV 232) with the Swedish Baroque Orchestra in Stockholm, and W.A. Mozartís Requiem with the Shizuoka Childrenís Choir and the Orchestra of Tokyo University in Japan. Alongside solo work, Guy also enjoys working with a number of Londonís most prestigious consorts, including The Tallis Scholars (Director: Peter Phillips), The Monteverdi Choir, Polyphony, The Gabrieli Consort, The Sixteen, The Marian Consort, The Orlando Consort, Tenebrae, Gallicantus and Alamire. Outside of the UK, he has begun working for both Emmanuelle Haïm's ensemble, Le Concert d'Astrée, and the Nederlands Kamerkoor. In addition, he is a permanent member of The Temple Church Choir, London.
Solo engagements for 2013/2014 include appearing as Evangelist in J.S. Bachís St Matthew Passion (BWV 244) in Utrecht for Johannes Leertouwer, a W.A. Mozart disc with The Choir of New College, Oxford, J.S. Bachís St Matthew Passion (BWV 244) for the Leith Hill Music Festival in Dorking (arias), a Croft/George Frideric Handel programme with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Contrapunctus in Oxford, and returning to Japan to perform W.A. Mozartís Requiem and to California for four concerts with the American Bach Soloists. He is the first recipient of the American Bach Soloists' Jeffrey Thomas Award - an award for emerging professionals who show exceptional promise and accomplishment in the field of early music.