Jones' mission has taken him around the world, transfixing audiences with his richly characterful playing - in Spain they dubbed him "Esplendoroso Jones". His flair is founded upon a solid basis of technique, acquired over years of study from the age of six to his studies at the Royal College of Music with Marisa Robles where he is now professor.
In 1985 Ieuan left the Royal College of Music with all the major awards including the Tagore Gold Medal and the Queen Mother`s Rose Bowl. He was also the joint winner of the Royal OverSeas League Competition...not since won by a harpist, and runner up at the Israel International Harp Competition.
He has played for Royalty, Ambassadors, Prime Ministers and audiences all over the world. Ieuan was appointed Professor of Harp at the Royal College of Music in 1997. He regularly appears on international competition panels world-wide. Ieuan tours the world with his harp. He has performed in more than thirty countries, given concerto appearance with some of the world's leading orchestras, and has many recordings to his credit. His concerts have received standing ovations from the Concertgebouw to the Teatro Colon in Argentina, the Port Fairy, Barossa and Melbourne festivals in Australia to the Cultural Centre in Manila, City Hall in Hong Kong and many, many more. In 2016 Ieuan released a unique recording of Schubert piano works transcribed for the harp called `Schubert by Ieuan Jones'. Also in this year he was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Music.
Ieuan continues to perform world wide. His most recent project is a harp quartet with colleagues from Italy… The Leonard Harp Quartet. A tour is being planned for 2020.