Biography

21 year old cellist Hattie Butterworth is a recipient of many awards, such as the Bulmer Beckett Foundation Young Musician of the Year award and an Agar Trust Award. Hattie is currently studying with Raphael Wallfisch at the Royal College of Music with a foundation scholarship, supported by the Knights of the Round Table.

Hattie has given solo recitals at the London Charterhouse, Lichfield Festival, The Town Church in St Peter Port, Guernsey, Emmanuel URC in Cambridge, St Olaves Hart St, St Peter’s Church Canterbury and Manchester Cathedral. She has also performed in masterclasses with eminent professors, such as Johannes Goritzki, Hannah Roberts and Alexander Baillie and was invited by Guy Johnston to take part in a masterclass with him at the Barbican as part of the events marking the BBC Young Musician final in 2016. Hattie has attended the Quattro Corde festival in Italy and performed in many solo and chamber concerts during the festival.

Hattie has also performed as a soloist with orchestras, most recently performing Bloch’s ‘From Jewish Life’ with the Hereford Youth Orchestra and the Rococo Variations with the Bridgnorth Sinfonia. She has also sat as principal cello in the Royal College of Music Philharmonic Orchestra.

Hattie is a member of the award winning piano trio, The Odora Trio, and has performed with them throughout the UK and London at venues including St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, Chichester Cathedral, Colyer Fergusson Hall Canterbury, St Giles Fleet St, St Peter’s Eaton Square and the London Charterhouse. The trio are passionate about working with charities and people in communities where live music is difficult to access.

​Hattie has developed an interest into the life and works of Sir Edward Elgar, is an active member of the Elgar Society. She also writes an online blog for international string company, Larsen Strings about the life of a music student that you can see here

Hattie plays a Neuner and Hornsteiner cello circa. 1890

 

 

One thought on “Biography

  1. Karin Thorogood says:

    I did very much enjoy the concert at Chelmsford Cathedral today and, as I was sitting right in front of you, my enjoyment was visual as well as aural. You appeared to delight in your music-making and you had the rare ability of being able to share that delight with your listeners.
    Thank you for a really wonderful hour!
    Karin (Thorogood)

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