About Mitchell Covington
Mitchell Covington is an award-winning composer, arranger, music director and conductor, working in the San Francisco Bay Area. His compositions include works for orchestra, chorus, stage, film, television and video games.
Mitchell’s choral compositions are published by major U.S. publishers, including Augsburg Fortress, Hinshaw Music, Beckenhorsat Press and MorningStar music. His music has been performed throughout the United States and Europe.
Mitchell studied conducting and composition at the University of Southern California, graduating with honors. His composition teachers include Alex Post, Roger Nixon and Morten Lauridsen. He is currently on the faculty of the School of Music for Visual Media at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
Mr. Covington is the recipient of the Met Life, Aaron Copeland Foundation “Meet the Composer” Award, a Northern California Emmy Award and various film festival awards and prizes. His recent compositions include the musical score for Saving the Bay, a documentary television series produced for PBS which has been broadcast nationally.
Follow the links to the left to view/hear some of Mitchell’s choral music.