Jonathan Price is a Los Angeles-based composer for film, tv/web series, theme parks, opera, and games. He has scored the films Ouija House (Mischa Barton, Tara Reid), Inoperable (Danielle Harris), Girl Meets Boy (Ben Savage), Cyber Wars (David Warner, Joan Chen), Necrosis (James Kyson Lee, George Stults, Tiffany), and Rustin (Meat Loaf, Zachery Ty Bryan). His opera The Lion and the Wood Nymph was a winner of New Opera Works' OIAM competition, and his pentaptych opera ÆSOPERA is the recipient of the American Composers Forum Subito grant.
Jonathan composed the music to national spots for Taco Bell, Marshalls, Major League Baseball, as well as Knott's Berry Farm. With playwright/lyricist Jeff Goode (The Eight: Reindeer Monologues), he composed the song "The Hubba Hubba Hula" for The Disney Channel's American Dragon: Jake Long, as well as the family musical Rumpelstiltskin, published by Samuel French. His chamber compositions have been recorded by the ensemble Carisma for seven album releases on the ABC Classics label. He also scored the 2015 Christmas Parade for Ferrari World.
His work as a soundtrack producer and synthesist can be heard in The Grudge, The Country Bears, The Shipping News, Runaway Jury, An Unfinished Life, Shade, The Core, and Bandits.