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.
As a publisher, he and his team explore new ways of creating digital growth experiences with the same ethic as his music.
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.
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