Mitch Grassi is the youngest member of Pentatonix and a recent high school graduate (he was a high school senior when taping of The Sing-Offcommenced). In addition to immersing himself in music theater in Arlington, TX, Mitch’s music tastes skew heavily toward underground club and electronic music. A veteran of many vocal and talent competitions, Mitch took first place at the Teen Talent Follies for his rendition of Scott Alan’s “Kiss the Air.” Mitch is honing his skills in production and DJ-ing while excelling as a lead vocalist for Pentatonix. -ptxofficial.com
During The Sing-Off Grassi mainly
sang harmonies with Maldonado, Grassi saw some songs singing lead on verses or
choruses, but none more so than the bridge of his final performance of
"The Dog Days Are Over" originally by Florence and The Machine.
Maldonado referred to him as "a secret weapon" when asked about it.
Grassi says he is influenced by
electronic, house and pop music. He also DJs many times, and is improving its
ability side of being a vocalist in the Pentatonix.