Mitchell Luttermoser


Mitchell Luttermoser is an undergraduate music performance major at the world-renowned University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. In 2016, he was named the Andrew J. Lum & David R. Juillet Young Artist Scholarship Competition Winner, and performed as a soloist with the Ann Arbor Concert Band. Mitchell helped present a clinic at the 2015 Midwest Clinic with Pulitzer Prize winning-composer Michael Colgrass, and Director of Bands at The Hartt School, Glen Adsit. While in high school, he also attended the Interlochen Saxophone Institute, and the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp as a Frederick Fennell Scholar, where he played in the World Youth Wind Symphony. As a collegiate musician, Mitchell performs regularly in the legendary University of Michigan band program, as alto saxophonist of the Cerulean Quartet, as a member of the U of M Saxophone Ensemble, and a soloist. Mitchell currently maintains a private saxophone studio in Canton and Ann Arbor, Michigan, where his students have consistently received superior ratings at district and state Solo & Ensemble festivals, and even been accepted for the MSBOA All-State Program. Other awards that Mitchell has received include the John Philip Sousa Band Award, the Linda Calzone Award, and Third Prize in the 2018 Marquette Symphony Orchestra Youth Artist Competition.