Mitch Jones began playing music at an early age and at the age of 12 was offered a scholarship to study at the world renowned Chetham's School of Music, Manchester.
Whilst at Chetham's, Mitch began to become interested in Jazz and upon leaving Chetham's, Mitch was offered a scholarship to study at Trinity College Of Music, London, on the prestigious Jazz Course. Here, he studied for four years and left with a First Class Honours Degree in Jazz Performance (BMus Hons).
Since leaving Trinity, Mitch has worked with some of the country's finest Jazz musicians including Stan Sulzmann, Nigel Hitchcock, John Parricelli and was a member of Dennis Rollins 'BadBone & Co' where they frequently sold out Ronnie Scott's and headlined Brecon Jazz Festival.
More recently Mitch has been working with musicians in the Pop world including Pixie Lott, Jessie Ware, John Newman, Ella Henderson and is also currently working as accompanist and arranger for the show 'The X Factor'.
His musical versatility resulted in him being asked to record on Multi-Grammy nominated Indian Classical artist Anoushka Shankar's latest album alongside the legendary Double Bassist Larry Grenadier.
From a compositional perspective, Mitch has seen himself work on projects for clients such as The BBC, Brighton & Hove Council, Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce, and many others. Examples can be found on the 'Listen' page.
As a writer and producer in the Pop world, Mitch has worked with artists such as Sinead Harnett (Virgin EMI), Jessie Ware (Island) among others.
Mitch is based in Brighton and continues to play, write, and produce with various artists across a range of genres.