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Robert Mitchell is an award winning pianist, composer, bandleader, teacher, and poet. He has released 12 albums, and has led the bands Panacea, Epiphany 3 and TRUE THINK for two decades. His latest release in 2022 – ‘Hold The Light/The New Resistance’ (DOF004/Bucks Records Ltd) is the double album debut from TRUE THINK. He has worked with (amongst many) – Billy Harper, Phil Ranelin, Steve Coleman, Courtney Pine, Julien Lourau, Dayme Arocena, Alicia Olatuja, Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Ty, Shirley Smart, Orphy Robinson, Basement Jaxx, Matana Roberts, Jhelisa Anderson, Soweto Kinch, Empirical and Norma Winstone. He has won the Hamlyn Award for Composition, A Broadcast Award (as MD on Jazz 625 Live BBC4) and has composed commissions for the London Sinfonietta and Jazz South. His large scale work Invocation was performed at the QEH in 2014 with the BSC, Goldsmith Big String, Panacea and combined youth chorus. Robert is a Piano Professor at the Guildhall School Of Music & Drama, and Piano Lecturer at Leeds Conservatoire. Robert is a Steinway Artist. 

Robert’s second collection of poems – City Of Sanctuary – will be released in 2023.
You can find ‘City of Sanctuary’ on Bandcamp:
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With lush, chromatic, extended harmonies, pianist Robert Mitchell's piece Multitudes II seemed almost to be suspended in the air. Written as a response to George Russell's Stratusfunk, this music hovered beautifully in a timeless void, before settling into a gentle treading pace, after which, with radiant tenderness, eventually dissolving into a calm conclusion.
Florence Anna Maunders
Robert Mitchell must be one of the most versatile musicians playing in Britain.
Tony Dudley-Evans

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Robert Mitchell
In the Air
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What Say You?
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