Instructor, Liberal Arts (2006). BA, in Music Theory and Composition, Goucher College, 1967; MM in Composition, minor in flute, Peabody Conservatory of Music, 1968; Northwestern University, DM in Composition, 1987. Artistic Co-director, CUBE Contemporary Chamber Ensemble. Performances: Randspile Festival, Berlin; Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory, Milan; Novara Festival (Italy); Purcell Room, Royal Festival Hall, London; Robert Helps Festival, University of South Florida; National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC; WFMT radio, Chicago. Recordings: MMC Recordings, OPUS One, Arizona University Recordings. Publishers: Margun Music, Arizona University Publications. Awards, honors: Meet the Composer, Illinois Arts Council, Ragdale Foundation.
I am a classical composer and performing artist. I believe that we as artists should be engaged in our communities and political structures. I create works that are cutting edge, but that also have an appeal to the listener's curiosity and sense of involvement.
Janice Misurell-Mitchell, flute/voice, Profaning the Sacred II
November, 2010, CD—Uncommon Time
This is a recording of my piece for flute/alto flute/voice, based on the poetry of Allen Ginsberg. I am the performer, speaking the text and then performing the piece, which uses that text as well.
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