Wendy Sutter is widely acclaimed as a cellist by critics in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and many others. She has appeared as soloist with such orchestras as The Seattle Symphony, The Hong Kong Philharmonic, The Brussels Philharmonic, The Shanghai Symphony, and The Juilliard Symphony, and has toured and recorded with The Youth Orchestra of the Americas, appearing often at numerous festivals in Europe, Canada, Asia and the United States. Sutter has played countless solo recitals at venues such as The Barbican, Carnegie Hall, Bargemusic, and Lincoln Center. She performed for seven years with The Bang on a Can All Stars, collaborating and recording alongside Julia Wolfe, David Lang, Steve Reich, and Terry Riley. She has toured extensively with composer/conductor Tan Dun, performing all of his solo cello works including the Academy Award-winning score "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" cello concerto, most recently at the Kennedy Center as soloist with the Shanghai Symphony. In 2015, Sutter served as an LOI panelist in Performance.