Jeff Toyne

Canadian composer Jeff Toyne blends orchestral virtuosity with cutting-edge technology to tell stories with a distinctive musical voice. His recent score to Apple TV+’s “Palm Royale” effortlessly combines jazz, Latin and orchestral elements to evoke the late 60’s in a modern cinematic way.

Film credits include “Daughter of The Wolf,” “9/11,” “Life on The Line,” “How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town,” and “Dirty Girl.”  For television, Toyne scored Fox’s “Filthy Rich,” DirecTV’s “Rogue,” and “Hit the Road.”

A frequent collaborator of Patrick Stump, Toyne did string arrangements for Fall Out Boy’s latest album, So Much for Stardust.  Toyne has also orchestrated over one hundred Hollywood releases including “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” and “District 9.”

One of Playback Magazine‘s “Ten to Watch,” Sundance Composers Lab alumnus Toyne composed “Splendor Sine Occasu”, the March of the British Columbia Brigade, for the Canadian Armed Forces.