Mitch Van Dusen
Mitch Van Dusen is an experimental publisher by day and a musician by night, inspired by the lifestyle of visionary composer and insurance salesman, Charles Ives. As a musician, he pursues the mastery of improvisation, firstly on the piano, but also on the seperewa, a buzzing Ghanaian harp, played by only a handful of musicians around the world.
His musical experiences have pursued diversity, from smashing pianos with sledgehammers to singing baritone in a 300-person choir at Carnegie Hall.
He is proud to be on the board of the legendary avant-garde education nonprofit, Creative Music Studio.