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November 10,2020

by Mia Birchall

Miista Club 57 // Maddie Cutter

Maddie Cutter on creativity, craftsmanship and collaboration.

At Miista we are committed to present the stories of creatives who inspire us. We have been building a community for some time, collaborating with artists whose experiences and lessons will inspire you too.

Maddie is a versatile cellist exploring collaborations on the pop and alternative/contemporary music scene working both in the studio and live on tour with artists such as Anna Meredith, Paolo Nutini, Lewis Capaldi and the Poet Laureate Simon Armitage.

WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE.

Here are 3 things we learnt from Maddie’s interview with Miista:

1. Taking a break from performing on stage has allowed Maddie to experiment with ways to compose her own music.
My room has become my creative safe space. I have been learning more about sound engineering, how to incorporate elements of electronic instruments and how to work with microphones. I have gained back a sense of freedom to play, record and listen back to my own music and overall that spontaneity.

2. Through collaboration Maddie blurs the boundaries of music genres.
I felt there was a gap in the market for classical instruments playing with rock, heavy metal, punk and rock bands. Probably because they are such separate words that they don’t even conceive crossing over. It’s been fascinating to be able to play the cello in modern contexts and having opportunities to play with other musicians in emblematic places like The Royal Albert Hall.

Maddie

3. Playing the cello is not only a job, it has become part of Maddie’s identity.
Music is the perfect communication tool, whether you don't speak the same language or you don’t have the words to express your emotions, music is such a vital element of human life. Then, improvisation is the way to express an artist’s true musicality and learn that what you communicate through music is an important message to send across an audience.

EVENT DETAILS
Where:
Miista Instagram Live
Date: 13th November 2020
Time: 18:00 GMT.
Homework: Add to calendar

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November 10,2020

by Mia Birchall

Miista Club 57 // Maddie Cutter

Maddie Cutter on creativity, craftsmanship and collaboration.

At Miista we are committed to present the stories of creatives who inspire us. We have been building a community for some time, collaborating with artists whose experiences and lessons will inspire you too.

Maddie is a versatile cellist exploring collaborations on the pop and alternative/contemporary music scene working both in the studio and live on tour with artists such as Anna Meredith, Paolo Nutini, Lewis Capaldi and the Poet Laureate Simon Armitage.

WATCH THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE.

Here are 3 things we learnt from Maddie’s interview with Miista:

1. Taking a break from performing on stage has allowed Maddie to experiment with ways to compose her own music.
My room has become my creative safe space. I have been learning more about sound engineering, how to incorporate elements of electronic instruments and how to work with microphones. I have gained back a sense of freedom to play, record and listen back to my own music and overall that spontaneity.

2. Through collaboration Maddie blurs the boundaries of music genres.
I felt there was a gap in the market for classical instruments playing with rock, heavy metal, punk and rock bands. Probably because they are such separate words that they don’t even conceive crossing over. It’s been fascinating to be able to play the cello in modern contexts and having opportunities to play with other musicians in emblematic places like The Royal Albert Hall.

Maddie

3. Playing the cello is not only a job, it has become part of Maddie’s identity.
Music is the perfect communication tool, whether you don't speak the same language or you don’t have the words to express your emotions, music is such a vital element of human life. Then, improvisation is the way to express an artist’s true musicality and learn that what you communicate through music is an important message to send across an audience.

EVENT DETAILS
Where:
Miista Instagram Live
Date: 13th November 2020
Time: 18:00 GMT.
Homework: Add to calendar

Screenshot 2020-11-10 at 10.22.32Screenshot 2020-11-10 at 10.20.15