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About

Madeline Falcone (she/they) is a violinist, violist, educator, and producer interested in the cultivation of collaborative artistic community and the performance of all kinds of music.

Recently featured as a soloist on acoustic and electric violin for the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation’s Rising Artists series, Madeline is active in Los Angeles and New Orleans and is a co-director of the LA-based Isaura String Quartet.

As a proponent of experimental and contemporary music, she has collaborated with artists in the US and Europe including Monday Evening Concerts, Sarah Hennies, David T. Little, Gloria Coates, Marc Sabat, Veronika Krausas, and Jherek Bischoff.

Madeline can be heard on recordings for film and television, and has performed and recorded with artists including The Eagles, The Temptations, Ariana Grande, Michael Bublé, Angel Osen, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Deltron 3030, and more.

As a producer, Madeline has recently collaborated with The Broad Museum (Gifts of the Spirit with Ron Athey and Sean Griffin), REDCAT (LSD: The Opera with Anne LeBaron and Grammy Award-winning ensemble PARTCH), and the Ojai Music Festival (Santa Paula Street Party Jam Session with Peter Sellars).

Madeline is a faculty member of the the Music Technology: Interaction, Intelligence and Design and Digital Arts programs at California Institute of the Arts. She has appeared as a violin instructor, guest lecturer, and clinician with organizations including Universität der Künste Berlin, Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestras, and the American Composers’ Forum. 

MFA CalArts, 2013. IU Jacobs School of Music Summer Orchestras, 2011–2013. BM Loyola University New Orleans, 2011. Violin and viola studies with: Mark Menzies, Lorenz Gamma, Amy Thiaville, and Michel Boris Zaïtzeff.

UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS SEASON INCLUDE: Isaura String Quartet’s show hum at REDCAT; performance collaborations with Dorian Wood (Xavela Lux Aeterna at REDCAT), Now Hear Ensemble, and Beth Morrison Projects; and album releases from Amanda Palmer, Alan Parsons, Angel Olsen, Ulrich Krieger, and Man Man.