Chris Mitchell is a classically trained composer based near London, UK, with numerous concert hall, stage and screen credits. He has a rich musical heritage drawn from cultures including Latvia and Norway as well as classical symphonist, Robert Simpson. “Ruckus” (composer) achieved a BFI Future Film Award and a BAFTA nomination (long list). “The Carmelite Blessing” was commissioned for the international celebration of Teresa 500 and given its first performance in Kensington. He has a range of credits for the BBC including conducting, arranging and performing. He has recently completed music for “Formal Friday - Corona Connections” (featured in Hollywood Reporter) and is currently working on a slate of new film/TV projects with up-and-coming British director, Ben Wicks. Chris also runs his own production facility, Clear Sky Studio.
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