Metro Voices is a choir group based in London, England that specialises in performing for the motion pictures. They work closely with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and with acclaimed British composer Craig Armstrong. They are known from their light and melodic singing (heard in the soundtrack from Love Actually) to their flamboyant and bombastic chorus (heard in the soundtrack from Romeo + Juliet and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest).
Metro Voices was formed in 1996, by singer and vocal coach Jenny O'Grady.
- Skyfall (2012)
- Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)
- How To Train Your Dragon (2010)
- Arn - A Knight Templar (2007)
- 300 (2007)
- Sweeney Todd (2007)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)
- Blood Diamond (2006)
- The Nativity Story (2006)
- The Omen (2006)
- The Island (2005)
- Sahara (2005)
- Troy (2004)
- Ray (2004)
- Shrek 2 (2004)
- King Arthur (2004)
- The Lord of the Rings film trilogy (2001–2003)
- We Were Soldiers (2002)
- Spy Game (2001)
- Shrek (2001)
- The 13th Warrior (1999)
- Plunkett & Macleane (1999)
- The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc (1999)
- Romeo + Juliet (1996)
- They collaborated with the London Session Orchestra for the score for Spy Game.
- They have lent their specialties to singer Russell Watson.
- They performed for several tracks to Xenosaga Episode I: Der Wille zur Macht with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, composed by Yasunori Mitsuda.
- Recently, the Metro Voices performed the score for director Zack Snyder and Frank Miller's 300.
- Metro Voices are also featured on Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish's albums Once, Dark Passion Play and Imaginaerum, recorded in Abbey Road Studios, London; as well as on the band's leader and keyboardist's first solo album Music Inspired by the Life and Times of Scrooge.
- Official site
- Metro Voices at the Internet Movie Database
- Yahoo! Movies Profile
- Hollywood.com Profile
- "Captain America Theme Song: Alen Menken Writes "Star Spangled Man"". Retrieved 9 November 2011.