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For Elisabeth Cutler, an artistically refined and multi-dimensional American singer/songwriter, music and life are, in fact, the same thing: “My songs are inspired by personal relationships: I write what I know, therefore it is very intimate,” explains Elisabeth. A dynamic solo performer, as well as being a capable band leader, it is Elisabeth’s presence, strength, vulnerability and capacity to communicate, which has lead to her to grace stages as diverse and prestigious as The Bitter End and CBGB's Gallery of New York, The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and the Kerrville Folk Festival.
At fifteen, Elisabeth entered the prestigious Berklee School of Music in Boston to study jazz guitar. Between 1993 and 1999 Cutler released three albums of her original acoustic-pop songs, Elisabeth Cutler, Bury the Ghost and Tower of Silence, into America’s Independent music scene. Recorded in Nashville, TN, with producer George Marinelli, Jr. (guitarist with James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Hornsby), Elisabeth's fourth CD, Hurricane of Change, was released in Europe in 2001 by the Dutch label, Inbetweens Records.
In 2003, Elisabeth began to tour the stages of Switzerland, Austria, Holland, England, and Italy. In 2008, Elisabeth wrote the English lyrics for four songs in the soundtrack of Ultimi Della Classe, Italian Warner Brother's movie (2008), directed by Luca Biglione. Slow Release (20011) distributed in Italy by Tre Lune Records, is Cutler's fifth and most recent album. Produced by Filippo De Laura, it was recorded in Rome with some of Italy's finest musicians.