Anais Mitchell sings with her soul, producing music that floats and flies through the air before it strikes you.
A singer-songwriter, Mitchell has a unique style with an indie-ish feel to it.
She’s done duets with names like Bon Iver (their song “Wait for me” is simply stunning) and Mitchell can certainly hold her own singing solo in front of a microphone.
Her music has a unique feel to it, incomparable to most indie/alternative singer-songwriters out there.
Mitchell’s music can be valued and enjoyed from a wide audience.
Mitchell’s album “Hadestown” is the myth of Orpheus interpreted and told by means of songs that somehow perfectly capture the emotions throughout the story.
If you know the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, you’ll be thrilled, but even if you’ve never heard a single part of Greek mythology, the music can still be appreciated greatly for its mysterious beauty.
Released in 2010, the album was one of Mitchell’s first-full length labels, and she’s been on a role since.
In all her works she manages to tackle emotions and put them into song, making each note hit home.
Mitchell will be performing at the Erie Art Museum on Tuesday, Sept. 30, at 7: 30 p.m.
Tickets are $20 for adults, and $10 for students.
They can be purchased at the door or through miac.mercyhurst.edu.