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LA Composer Joseph Metcalfe Scores The King’s Daughter, Coming To Regal Theaters Nationwide



Added on Friday, January 14, 2022   Posted by Philippe Mouchon

 LA Composer Joseph Metcalfe Scores The King’s Daughter, Coming To Regal Theaters Nationwide

Joseph Metcalfe is a Los Angeles based film composer and his studio is located in Simi Valley, CA. His debut theater feature film release, The King’s Daughter (starring Pierce Brosnan) is coming to Regal theaters nationwide next week. Joseph scored and conducted the music for the film.

Film composer Joseph Metcalfe’s debut nationwide film, The King’s Daughter, will be released in Regal Theaters across America on Thursday, January 20th.

Simi Valley based composer Joseph Metcalfe led a team of three composers to produce the score for The King’s Daughter starring Pierce Brosnan (James Bond, Mama Mia), Kaya Scodelario (Pirates Of The Caribbean, The Maze Runner), William Hurt (A History Of Violence, Avengers End Game), Benjamin Walker (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Lord Of The Rings), narrated by Julie Andrews (Sound Of Music, Mary Poppins), and directed by Sean McNamara (Soul Surfer, Hoovey).

Metcalfe conducted the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir over three days and then flew to England where he mixed the score with Casey Stone (Frozen, X-Men, Don’t Look Up). Metcalfe’s team of composers consisted of John Coda (Bratz, The Dark Tower) and legendary video game composer Grant Kirkhope (GoldenEye 007, Mario Rabbids).

“We recorded The King’s Daughter score in Prague with a sizable orchestra and choir,” says Metcalfe. “Conducting then felt just as exciting as the first time I conducted a symphony orchestra as a young student. It never gets old.” The family adventure film tells a tale of King Louis XIV's quest for immortality leading him to capture a mermaid, a move that is further complicated by his illegitimate daughter's discovery of the creature.

Metcalfe opened his Simi Valley studio in 2012 and has composed and recorded several feature films, TV shows, and artists, including TV host Bob Eubanks. He founded and runs Sum Of All Music, an international collaboration of music talent to produce new music including Carlos Santana’s musical director and bassist, Benny Rietveld, Kenny G’s mixing engineer Steve Shepherd, Howard Howes - Paul McCartney’s keyboard specialist, Rafael Gayol - Leonard Cohen’s drummer, Jeff Carruthers - Billboard’s multi #1 smooth jazz producer, Katie Garibaldi - music

supervisor and singer/songwriter, and over 25 other international and local musicians and artists.
Born in the south of the UK, Joseph Metcalfe started playing the piano at age 4 and was largely self taught. He grew up in a family of performers with his brother Dan playing the lead in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Starlight Express” and his sister, Becky, dancing and choreographing for artists including Sting, Elton John, Steps, Take That, Five, Oasis, Back Street Boys, etc. His first full-length musical was written and produced at age 16 and he recorded his first television theme at the world famous Abbey Road when he was just 17.

In spite of being largely self taught, Metcalfe was offered a place at USC in the Film Scoring program and graduated with the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award. He was mentored by some of Hollywood’s greatest composers like Jerry Goldsmith, Elmer Bernstein, Ron Jones, and Christopher Young.

Tickets for The King’s Daughter are now on sale at Regal Theaters nationwide starting January 20th. Check your local listings for showtimes.

For more information on Joseph Metcalfe and his music studio services, please visit www.jfmusic.com and www.josephmetcalfe.com.


More info at: Joseph Metcalfe website