Associate Professor of Performing Arts
Campus: McNichols Campus
- M.M. degree in voice performance from the University of Michigan
- B.S. degree in music education from Oakland University
Gail Mitchell is an associate professor. She teaches several Core Curriculum music courses: Music of Theatre, Survey of Our Music Heritage, African American Women in Music, and American Music. A soprano soloist in the Detroit area, she has soloed frequently with the Metropolitan Symphonic Band at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts, in oratorio performances such as Handel's Messiah and in opera with the Michigan Opera Theatre. She has also sung with the Southfield Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition to solo work she has sung with the Detroit Symphony Chorale and Meadowbrook Music Festival Chorus. Currently she does solo work at Old St. Mary's in Greektown. She is also one of the soloists on Art Songs by Black American Composers. She holds a B.S. degree in music education from Oakland University and a M.M. degree in voice performance from the University of Michigan.