Joachim Horsley is a composer, pianist and musical arranger.
His VIA HAVANA videos, where he highlights performing new arrangements mixing great works of classical music with Afro-Caribbean rhythms, have been seen millions of times online, receiving international attention.
In 2018 he performed in full halls at the Kennedy Center with the National Symphony Orchestra, and with his band at the Folie Bergere in Paris, France. His EP Via Havana was released at La Cafe, and his next full album will be released in early 2019
Recently, he has composed the original music for the Disney animated series "Big City Greens", and the 2018 films "2307: The Winter Dream" and "Guys Reading Poems" (starring Patricia Velásquez).
Other recent projects include musical arrangements for Michael Bublé, John Legend's "All of Me" tour and the orchestration of Ben Folds' Piano Concerto. Working with composer Anton Sanko, Horsley orchestrated and directed the music for the films "Ouija", "The Possession" and "Rabbit Hole" (starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart), as well as the television series "Great Migrations", which aired on National Geographic Channel and won an Emmy® of News and Documentaries for music and sound. He has created the scores for more than 50 film and television projects.