|Born||in Melbourne, Australia|
|Height||6' 1½" (1.87 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Daniel Clive McCallum is an Emmy award winning composer & orchestrator for film, advertisement and concert music. Daniel has worked on a number of large feature length films & documentaries. Born in Melbourne, Australia, Daniel studied performance & composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music High School before taking up his studies in composition at the Royal Academy of Music in London with the assistance of the ABRSM scholarship.
In 2006, Daniel received the Fellowship of Australian Composers award, giving him recognition for his musical work. This eventually led to performances of of his work by such ensembles as: the Philharmonia orchestra (U.K.), the Sydney Sinfionetta (AUS), and the London Contemporary Orchestra (U.K.) amongst others.
His natural musical voice and flexibility of style has allowed him to write for many different events and occasions, resulting in several prominent commissions both national and internationally. Daniel's music has been recorded and performed at numerous venues including; Abbey Road Studios, NYU Music Hall (USA), the South Bank Center (U.K.), the Sydney Opera House, and many more.
In 2016, Daniel was commissioned to orchestrate the worldwide theme for the Rio Olympic Games (which aired on ESPN). It was this project that won him his first Emmy Award in 2017.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Virginia Rockwell
|Virginia Laura Rockwell||(3 October 2008 - present)|