Mitchell’s acclaimed discography, for which she has been nominated for Grammy and BBC Music Awards, includes many works written for her by composers such as Sir James MacMillan, the popular 'Violin Songs'for Divine Art "a collection of small gems, wonderfully played" (The Strad)and a range of chamber music.
She has given recitals at Lincoln Center New York, Wigmore and South Bank Centre London, Vienna, Moscow, Singapore, Seoul Centre for the Arts, Sydney Opera House, frequently representing the UK and championing British music.
As concerto soloist she has performed with orchestras including the Royal Philharmonic, Polish Radio, St Petersburg Philharmonic and for the BBC.
A highly imaginative artist, she devised the
Red Violin festival
under Lord Menuhin’s patronage, the first international eclectic celebration of the fiddle across the arts and has won awards for her original collaborations with both percussion and voices.
Madeleine is a professor at the Royal College of Music, London, where as a Foundation Scholar she won the Tagore Gold Medal and the prestigious Fulbright/ITT Fellowship to the USA, where she frequently tours.