Artistic Director | composer | pianist
Mischa Salkind-Pearl is a Boston based composer of instrumental and vocal music. His music is informed by questions of humans’ relationships to nature; through the musical qualities which grow from this relationship, feelings of mystery, anticipation, and the unexpected are common threads in Mischa’s music. His works have been performed throughout the United States, Japan, Germany, and Italy, and have been featured at music festivals and concert series in Boston, New York, Atlanta, San Francisco, Fairbanks, Tokyo, Freiburg, Pavia, and elsewhere. He has received commissions and performances from ensembles including Boston’s Guerilla Opera, Dinosaur Annex, and Ludovico Ensemble, the Boston Conservatory Sinfonietta, Alea III, Callithumpian Consort, Chamber Cartel, Ensemble SurPlus, Diagenesis Duo, Transient Canvas, Finland’s Uusinta Ensemble, Juventas New Music, and RUCKUS. His primary teachers have included Linda Dusman, Marti Epstein, and Dalit Warshaw, with additional studies under Anthony Holland and Carlo Alessandro Landini. Mischa is co-founder and artistic director of the Boston area Equilibrium Concert Series. He currently teaches at the Boston Conservatory as a member of the Composition, History, and English as a Second Language departments. He is composer-in-residence for the Ludovico Ensemble.
For more information, visit Mischa’s website.