Mick Anderson

Mick Anderson is a historical musicologist living in North Carolina’s Research Triangle. He holds a BA in Music with concentrations in Sacred Music and Choral Conducting from the College of William & Mary in Virginia; an MS in Arts Administration from Shenandoah Conservatory; and an MA in Musicology from the University of New Hampshire. He also completed extensive graduate work in Voice Performance and Choral Conducting. Currently he is a PhD student in the Musicology program at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Mick’s teaching experience includes History of Western Music; Film Music; World Music; and Fundamentals of Music. Mick’s capstone project for the MA in Musicology at UNH explored Felix Mendelssohn’s close relationship with his sister Fanny Hensel, and how Fanny’s sudden death was the catalyst for the unusual composition that became Felix’s final work before his grief led to his own untimely death. Mick is a current participant in the Sustainable Mentorship Program of the American Musicological Society and is the host of Great Sacred Music on The Classical Station (WCPE 89.7).