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Registration will open on Friday, March 12 at 12:00pm ET.


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Ceylon Mitchell II

M3 Mitchell Media and Marketing LLC
Ceylon Mitchell II is a professional flutist, arts entrepreneur, educator, and arts advocate in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Committed to culturally competent performances that promote traditionally marginalized communities, particularly those from Black and Latinx identities, his mission is keeping classical music alive, authentic, and accessible. Originally from Anchorage, Alaska, he earned a Master of Music Education degree from Boston University and a Master of Music Performance degree from the University of Maryland, in addition to a Graduate Certificate in Multimedia Journalism. Ceylon is currently a Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) student at the University of Maryland in Flute Performance. Recent achievements include the Strathmore Artist in Residence Class of 2021, a 2019 Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council Artist Fellowship Grant, and a 2018 Prince George’s County Forty UNDER 40 Award in Arts & Humanities.

Ceylon supports performing artists and arts organizations with digital media production and marketing consulting as the founder and co-owner of M3 | Mitchell Media & Marketing, LLC. Tailored services include photography, videography, and digital media marketing. Clients include Americans for the Arts, Quinteto Latino, The Bel Air Arts & Entertainment District, ARTSFAIRFAX, and a number of individual artists. He seeks to equip and empower his fellow performing artists for artistic and marketing success in a 21st-century landscape. Ceylon is also an active arts advocate in the D.C. area, serving as the marketing committee chair of the Umoja Flute Institute, a junior board member of Washington Performing Arts, a Professional Member of the Recording Academy Washington D.C. Chapter, and a member of Arts Advocates Network of Maryland (AAMN) with Maryland Citizens for the Arts. Ceylon currently resides in Prince George’s County, Maryland with his wife and son.

My Speakers Sessions

Thursday, April 15

4:00pm EDT


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