is a composer, arranger, and producer.

About

Abbey Road Studio Two, London; photo by Yuki Monestere

Abbey Road Studio Two, London; photo by Yuki Monestere

Mitchell McCarthy is a Brooklyn-based composer and producer. He has written music for small ensemble, large ensemble, solo piano, voice, and electronics, and has collaborated as both orchestrator and conductor with a wide range of artists spanning an even wider range of styles and genres. Recent projects include orchestrations for Kristin Chenoweth and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Cincinnati Symphony and Ballet, and The Washington Ballet, as well as acclaimed premieres at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, Alice Tully Hall in New York, the New World Symphony Center in Miami, and with K/M•D/M, the contemporary ballet company he co-founded in 2012.

In addition to his concert work, Mitchell regularly serves as a session producer, conductor, arranger, and pianist for several artists and films. Recent recordings at Avatar Studios (NYC), Douglass Recording (Brooklyn), and Tonstudio Rajchman (Czech) have yielded releases on labels Discovery Music & Vision (UK), Wax Poetics, and Magnolia Pictures. Mitchell also works closely with a growing roster of indie artists in the United States and across Europe.