Madeleine Mitchell

Royal College of Music

Violinist Madeleine Mitchell has a distinguished international career, her performances as soloist and chamber musician in 50 countries frequently broadcast, including the BBC Proms, Canberra International Festival and Italian TV when she won the Palmo d’Oro. Her acclaimed discography includes Violin Songs and albums of works written for her (including Nyman and MacMillan), nominated for Grammy and BBC Music Awards. She devised the eclectic Red Violin festival with Menuhin as Patron and groundbreaking collaborations including percussion, choir and poetry. Mitchell represented Britain in Rome for the Queen’s Jubilee, UKinNY Lincoln Center, Entente Cordiale and Great British Week Kuwait. Recent engagements include concertos with BBC NOW and in Russia, recitals at London’s Wigmore Hall, Singapore, Schoenberg Center Vienna, Moscow, China, and a major US tour. She was Gold Medallist at the Royal College of Music, where she is a professor and Fulbright/ITT Fellow at Eastman and Juilliard schools. She gives masterclasses worldwide.

Co-investigator on the RCM contribution to the TELMI project, leading research on the practical and pedagogical aspects of violin learning.