WRITER LINE-UP // Laura Biemmi, WA


We’re going to print!


In 2018, CutCommon will launch its first ever print magazine. And as far as we know, it’ll also be the first street press publication in Australia dedicated to sharing the stories of young and emerging classical musicians.

You’ll be able to pick up a copy of CutCommon’s physical edition for free when you visit one of the 50+ top-secret venues in our roving launch, which we’ll announce soon enough. (If you become a CutCommon subscriber, we’ll post one straight to your door, too.)

But leading up to our 2018 launch, we’re going to bring you our writer line-up – so join us as we celebrate and reveal the talent working hard behind the scenes to craft this bold new national magazine.



Laura Biemmi, WA


Laura is a writer, oboist and student from Perth. She recently completed a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Western Australia with a double major in Music Studies and Law and Society, and will
be undertaking Honours in Musicology in 2018.

As a performer, Laura holds positions in both the WA Youth Orchestra and the WA Charity Orchestra, performs regularly with the Fremantle Chamber Orchestra, and has played with organisations such as OperaBox and the Perth Orchestra Project.

In 2016, Laura went on tour to Singapore and Japan with WAYO, a highlight of which included performing with the Orchestra of Music Makers in the Singapore Esplanade. She is also a recipient of the UWA Delano Music Scholarship, and tutors English and music to a diverse range of students.

This year, Laura will be taking part in the Australian Youth Orchestra’s Words About Music program to continue learning about music journalism and writing. In her spare time, Laura enjoys making oboe reeds (at least, the ones that work), op-shopping, and drinking copious amounts of coffee.


Want to learn more about Laura? Read some of her writing.


Stay tuned to learn about more about the talented writers bringing you CutCommon!

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