Emily Rice is a British born composer for film, who started her musical life as a cellist playing in orchestras and rock bands. She has recorded and conducted her work at Warner Brothers, Capitol Records, and The Wiltern, with members of the Hollywood Chamber Orchestra and others.
Recognized as an emerging talent, Emily was the first composer to be awarded a scholarship from BAFTA LA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) and is an ongoing participant of the BAFTA Newcomer Program, which celebrates and supports rising UK stars working in Los Angeles.
Her music can be heard on recent Hollywood blockbusters such as Tomb Raider, Mortal Enginesm, and Alita: Battle Angel. She has garnered a number of orchestration credits including The Mummy, Altered Carbon, and Star Trek: Discovery. Emily recently scored the short film, Mr. Malcolm’s List, starring Gemma Chan and Freida Pinto, which boasts over ¾ million views online.
Emily is also in increasing demand as a composer for indie films, and has composed the scores to the documentaries, 100 Years From Home and Self-Taught.