Wildschut gave her first formal recital in 2011 and was the subject of a Dutch television documentary, Noa11, the following year. Photogenic and spontaneous, she has also attracted the spotlight at large public events such as the Netherlands' Kingdom Concert 2013, where she played for 21 members of the Dutch royal family, and 2014 visit to the Netherlands by the Dalai Lama. She has made concerto appearances with top Dutch and foreign orchestras including the Rotterdam Philharmonic
, I Solisti di Zagreb
, and Kremerata Baltica
. In 2015 she performed in Anne-Sophie Mutter
's well-publicized Yellow Lounge nightclub concerts and made her recorded debut on a live Deutsche Grammophon
album presenting one of those. The following year she was signed to Warner Classics
, with an album of music by Mozart
slated for release in 2017. She joined the Mutter's Virtuosi chamber group and planned to appear with that ensemble on tour in 2018.
Wildschut attends the Amsterdam University of the Arts in the midst of this high-flying career, studying with Vera Beths
. She plays a 1714 Giovanni Grancino violin with a custom-made bow.