She has received awards at many international competition, including Prima Artist in New York (2011, 1st Prize), the Villuan Contest in Nizhny Novgorod, (2011, 1st Prize), the Skavronsky Contest in Volgodonsk (2012, 2nd Prize), the Artobolevskaya Contest in Moscow (2012, 2nd Prize), and Astana Piano Passion in Kazakhstan (2013, 1st Prize). In 2013-2014, Varvara won top prize at international internet competitions hosted in Mexico and Serbia. Her latest achievements include awards at Grand Piano Competition international contest, the Nutracker TV contest and Nota Bene contest (1st Prize and the audience favorite award), all of which came in 2016-2017.
At the age of eight, Varvara had her first solo recital in Moscow and since then she has regularly performed on the major stages of the Russian capital, including the Conservatory, the Philharmonic Hall and the House of Music, the Bolshoy Theatre and the State Kremlin Palace, in addition to touring in Russia and abroad. She has participated in many international festivals under the patronage of Denis Matsuev and Vladimir Spivakov, as well as Annecy Classic in France, ArtDialog in Switzerland and other events. Varvara is a regular participant in the Days of Moscow cultural project in France, Slovenia, China and other countries.
In 2015, the piano virtuoso toured in Armenia, took part in Russia Day of the World project, performing with the Soloists of St.Petersbourg chamber ensemble under the direction of Mikhail Gantvarg in Rio de Janeiro.
Varvara Kutuzova has played with famous Russian ensembles, including the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia and the State Chamber Orchestra Virtuosos of Moscow (conductor Vladimir Spivakov), the Tchaikovsky Grand Symphony Orchestra (conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev), the New Russia State Symphony Orchestra (conductor Denis Vlasenko), the Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Tatarstan (conductor Alexander Sladkovsky) and other. She has also performed with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Republic Kazakhstan (conductor Erzhan Dautov), the Symphony orchestra of the Conservatory in Nice (conductor Phillippe Auguin), the Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra, and many other.
In the 2017/18 season, the pianist performed for the first time with the E.Svetlanov State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia and the renowned Borodin Quartet.