Some of her most notable prizes include the prestigious Tambura prize for Purandaradasa krithis competition conducted by the Mylapore Fine Arts Club. This prize is instituted by Smt. Sudha Raghunathan in memory of her guru Late Smt. M. L. Vasanthakumari. Mytreyi has also received the Tambura prize for rendering Dr. Rukmini Ramani's compositions. This tambura is a vintage tambura which was used by Brahmmasri Papanasam Sivan himself.
Mytreyi also received honours from E. S. Shankaranarayana Iyer Trust in the year 2005 for obtaining the first prizes in Sri E. S. Shankaranarayana Iyer compositions held at the Mylapore Fine Arts Club, The Indian Fine Arts Society and Narada Gana Sabha, all in the year 2005.
Mytreyi has performed at almost all leading sabhas in Chennai like the Music Academy (Spirit of Youth 2007), Narada Gana Sabha, Bharat Kalachar (Yuva Utsav September 2009), The Mylapore Fine Arts Club, Kartik Fine Arts, Sri Parthasarathy swami sabha, Sri Thyaga Brahma Gana Sabha, The Indian Fine Arts Society, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Nungambakkam Cultural Academy, Bharat Kalachar etc., to mention a few.
She has been performing in many Music forums in the United States where she is presently put up.
Mytreyi's concert reviews have appeared in the National Daily of India, The Hindu (Friday Review supplement), Anada vikatan, Kungumam, Dhina malar etc., In 2005, a write-up on Mytreyi titled "student bags 23 prizes in music" was published by the popular news daily Deccan Chronicle. Mytreyi obtained a total of 23 prizes that year in various music competitions held around Chennai city.
Mytreyi has sung the "Mylapore Anthem" for the Mylapore Festival 2009 which became a rage amongst Mylaporeans. The song was composed and set to tune by Kalaimamani Sri. K. S. R. Aniruddha, the illustrious son of the famous danseuse Smt. Sudha Rani Raghupathi. The anthem can be heard with video on youtube.