Chloe Buttery

2016 RPS Instrument Purchase Grant recipient


Having started playing the flute in primary school, Chloe began teaching herself saxophone in September 2012 upon being given an old instrument. She started having lessons a year later, and joined the school saxophone group and big band before gaining a place to study at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in 2015. Since starting at the College, Chloe has enjoyed many opportunities to play a variety of saxophones, and has began to explore the wide range of both solo and ensemble repertoire available.

(July 2016)

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