Mitchell Herrmann

Mitchell Herrmann is a composer and video artist studying at Oberlin College and Conservatory. Although his primary focus is on acousmatic music, Herrmann's previous work has included experimental film, installations, and acoustic music. His compositions have been particularly influenced by his study of phenomenology and embodied cognition. His work has been accepted into festivals around the world including the International Computer Music Conference, Seoul International Computer Music Festival, New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium, and Electronic Music Midwest. Recently, his piece Kettledrum Organ was selected for the 2014 SEAMUS Miniatures album. In October of 2014, he was the youngest composer accepted to study with Jonty Harrison in residence at the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Herrmann has studied composition under Peter Swendsen, Tom Lopez, and Josh Levine, and participated in master classes or lectures by George Lewis, Robert Normandeau, Pierre Jodlowski, and Bertrand Dubedout.

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