Alan Audio Works was founded by composer Jeffery Alan Jones. Mr. Jones has enjoyed a prolific and varied career as a composer, pianist, and conductor. He has composed a variety of music for both stage and screen including orchestral arrangements for The Hollywood Symphony, The Hollywood Pops Orchestra, The Chicago Pops Orchestra, The Irvine Symphony Chamber Ensemble, and A Tribute to MGM Musicals for The Culver City Civic Light Opera. In 2005, Mr. Jones composed original music for “The Jade Pirate,” an original Wushu show featuring “The Beijing Wushu Team.”
As a prolific film composer, Mr. Jones has scored original music for over 100 films including “Inside,” “The Shark Tank Redemption,” “Net Games,” “Jasmin’s Swim,” and “How I Saved the World,” as well as music for several television commercials including Nike, Samsonite, and Microsoft. In addition, Mr. Jones has produced many albums with original music including “Love’s Never Been So Nice” and the international success “Peace Poem.” His original music has won many top honors including winner of the Los Angeles Composer Competition in 2004 for “Cinema Fantastique,” and award winner in the John Lennon International Songwriting Contest for “I Can’t Dance without You.”
Mr. Jones has performed internationally including the regions of France, Germany, Austria, Poland, Sweden, England, China, and South America. He has toured Taiwan performing concerts including Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, and Titanic. He has conducted various music ensembles including The Royal Pacific Symphony, The Hollywood Pops Orchestra, The Long Beach Chamber Ensemble, and various film recording orchestras. Over the past three years, Mr. Jones has conducted The National Chinese Orchestra in several concerts featuring his original music as well music from Broadway shows and Hollywood movies. He also leads The LA Big Band and The Jeff Jones Trio and Quartet and performs regularly with his jazz group, “The Jeff Jones Trio.” His jazz group has been named the “Best Jazz Group” in The People’s Choice Awards of Long Beach in 2005.
Mr. Jones received his Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance and Masters of Music in Composition with honors from the California State University, Long Beach. He also received an artist diploma in Composition and Piano Performance from the Dick Grove School of Music. His studies have also included film composition at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). In addition, Mr. Jones has studied music privately with William Motzing, Brad Kiemach, Robert Drasnin, Edith Hirshtal, Julian Musafia, Robert Stevens, and Terry Trotter.