Janette Mason is a pianist, composer, arranger, producer and performer with extremely rich and diverse musical credits. She toured extensively throughout the 90s with artists such as Oasis, Pulp and Robert Wyatt and was musical director for Jonathan Ross.
Janette has been a mainstay on the British jazz scene for many years and is a recording artist in her own right. Her debut album, Din and Tonic, was shortlisted by Guardian Jazz Critic John Fordham as a contender for "Jazz Album of the Year." January 2009 brought the release of Alien Left Hand, featuring Julian Siegel, Tom Arthurs, Lea DeLaria, and garnered a Parliamentary Jazz nomination.
She has toured her unique sound in Europe, Israel, Japan, Thailand the United States, playing everywhere from The Atlanta and Rochester Jazz Festivals to Carnegie and Albert Hall.
Janette’s work as a composer can be heard across countless commercials, shows and films including Sex and the City, The Drew Carey Show, Come Dine With Me, Ruby Blue (starring Bob Hoskins), The Calling (starring Brenda Blethyn, Susannah York, Amanda Donohoe, Corin Redgrave and Rita Tushingham) and the acclaimed Documentary Film Paris Was A Woman by Greta Schiller. Most recently she arranged Freeway for the soundtrack CD to Cars 3.
Janette is currently Artist In Residence at The Exchange Theatre in Twickenham and keyboard player for Tony Visconti’s Best Of Bowie Project.