Madeleine Mitchell is widely regarded as one of Britain's most outstanding violinists, performing as a soloist in over forty countries for two decades. The winner of many awards, she broadcasts frequently for both television and radio internationally including the BBC and the Proms with Joanna MacGregor. Madeleine represented Britain in the festival UKinNY with a recital at New York's Lincoln Center and gives recitals in a wide repertoire in many international and British festivals. She has played concertos with orchestras such as the Polish and Czech Radio Symphonies, Wurttemburg and Munich Chamber, the Royal Philharmonic and other London orchestras and for the BBC. She has recently performed in Symphony Hall Birmingham International Series and with Imogen Cooper and Natalie Clein at the Leicester International Chamber Festival. Her recent acclaimed CDs include 'FiddleSticks' with Ensemble Bash featuring Lou Harrison Violin Concerto—nominated for a BBC Music Award 2008; 'Violin Songs'—Classic FM CD of the Week; 'In Sunlight: Pieces for Madeleine Mitchell' written for her by well known British composers including MacMillan and Nyman; 'British Treasures'—early 20th century Romantic violin sonatas; Hummel violin sonatas and Alwyn Chamber Music and Songs for Naxos. She is also a Professor at the Royal College of Music and Artistic Director of the Red Violin Festival (Founder Patron Lord Menuhin) and the London Chamber Ensemble. She won the Tagore Gold Medal as a Foundation scholar at the RCM and the Fulbright/ITT Fellowship to New York, gaining a master's degree at the Juilliard and Eastman schools.
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