Chloe Veltman

is a freelance culture correspondent for The New York Times and a musician. Check out her website at www.chloeveltman.com.

Chloe’s articles have appeared in many US- and UK-based media including The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, The Financial Times, The Guardian, Gramophone Magazine, Angeleno Magazine, Dwell, The Believer, BBC Classical Music Magazine and SF Weekly, where she served as chief theatre critic for five years.

Chloe is the host and producer of VoiceBox, a weekly public radio series dedicated to exploring the art of song on KALW 91.7 FM and is associate producer and a scriptwriter for Keeping Score, a series of NPR classical music documentaries presented by San Francisco Symphony director Michael Tilson Thomas. Her first book, On Acting, is published by Faber & Faber.

Chloe lives in San Francisco and enjoys singing, playing the oboe and cor anglais, dancing, taking yoga class and going on long runs in Golden Gate Park.