Madeline Falcone (they/them) is a performer, producer, and curator building artistic community that challenges conventions. They are a founding member and co-director of Isaura String Quartet and Boss Witch Productions, both based in Los Angeles.
As a performer and proponent of experimental and contemporary music, Madeline has collaborated on violin and viola with artists in the US and Europe including Carmina Escobar, Sarah Hennies, Dorian Wood, Mary Kouyoumdjian, David T. Little, Gloria Coates, Marc Sabat, Veronika Krausas, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, and Jherek Bischoff. Having performed on stages ranging from Carnegie Hall to Coachella, Madeline can be heard on recordings for film and television, and has performed and recorded with artists including Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, The Eagles, The Temptations, Angel Osen, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Deltron 3030, and more. As a producer, recent work includes collaboration with Charles Gaines, Times Square Arts, Creative Time, Derrick Skye, REDCAT, Lincoln Center, The Broad Museum, Shelley Washington, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Peter Sellars, Ron Athey, Carmina Escobar, Micaela Tobin, and LACMA.
Madeline is currently entering their third season as Co-Curator and Associate Producer of Music at REDCAT. They are faculty in the Music Technology and Digital Arts programs at California Institute of the Arts, where they produce and co-direct the annual CalArts Expo and thurs.night, an online exhibition showcasing monthly student work. They have 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.