Harry Mitchell has been playing piano since the age of 8, and has been playing jazz since the age of 13. Since then he has played in various venues around the world, including universities, schools, jazz clubs and theatres in China, Hong Kong and New York. He has performed with notable artists such as Vincent Gardner, George Garzone, Vince Jones, Jamie Oehlers, Julien Wilson, Troy Roberts, Matt Jodrell, Daniel Susnjar and Mace Francis. He has also performed with pop/rock artists Charlie Watts (Rollingstones), Katy Steele (Little Birdy) and Damien Leith, as well as recording piano on the recent Hank Marvin album, 'Without a Word'. In 2014 he won the Woss Scholarship (best recitalist) at the West Australian Acadamy of Performing Arts for jazz studies, and in 2015 received first class Honours in jazz performance. In 2017 he was awarded Young Australian Jazz Musician of the year at the AUS Bell awards, as well as being awarded 2016-2017 WAM Jazz song of the year. Harry has four studio albums to his name.