American, resides in Los Angeles
Joachim Horsley is a composer, pianist, and arranger. Recently he created the original score for the Disney Animated TV Series “Big City Greens,” Dreamworks’ “Spirit: Riding Free,” the feature films “2307: Winter’s Dream” and “Guys Reading Poems” (starring Patricia Velasquez).
His 2019 “Via Havana,” praised in the French publication Le Figaro as “a masterful album,” features piano-driven re-imaginings of great Classical works using Afro-Caribbean Rhythms.
Other projects include arranging for Michael Bublé, John Legend’s “All of Me” tour, and orchestrating Ben Folds’ Piano Concerto. Working with composer Anton Sanko, Horsley orchestrated and conducted the score for the Lionsgate films “Ouija,” “The Possession,” and “Rabbit Hole” (starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart), as well as composing additional music for the National Geographic TV series “Great Migrations,” which won a News and Documentary Emmy® for music and sound.
He is a Steinway Artist.