Los Angeles, Calif. – June 5, 2023) SESAC PRO hosted its annual Film & Television Composer Awards at the Casa del Mar in Santa Monica, Calif., on Thursday, June 1. A group of the industry’s top executives, publishers, and composers came together for the invitation-only event. The awards dinner honored SESAC’s top composers in the categories of film, network television, local television, cable television, and streaming media.
“It’s such an honor to have our talented crew of composers and publishers together to celebrate not only their own success, but the success of their peers,” said Erin Collins, SESAC’s Senior Vice President, TV/Film Creative Services. “We all look forward to this night when we recognize the passion and hard work that SESAC composers bring to their craft throughout the year and honor the amazing music they create for film and television.”
Nathalie Bonin was honored for the co-composition of the Grammy-winning film soundtrack, Women Warriors: The Voices of Change. Fellow award winner Ego Plum recently won the Annie Award for The Cuphead Show! In other categories, composers Christophe Beck, Danny Lux, Jason Halbert, Gabriel Mann, and Jon Ehrlich took home awards, recognizing the compositions to some of the industry’s most popular shows including The Resident, Grey’s Anatomy, The Kelly Clarkson Show, A Million Little Things, and many more.
For a full list of honorees, click here.About SESAC Performing Rights:
SESAC Performing Rights drives efficiency in licensing for music users and enhances value for its affiliated writers, publishers, and composers by providing timely, efficient royalty collection and distribution. The company represents top-tier songwriters and film composers from a broad range of genres including Adele, Burna Boy, Christophe Beck, Rosanne Cash, David Crosby, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Kesha, Gabriel Mann, R.E.M., and many more. SESAC Performing Rights is a division of SESAC Music Group, a global multi-line music company.
photo credit L-R: SESAC Music Group Chairman & CEO John Josephson with members from The Late Late Show with James Corden band: Steven Scalfati, Hagar Ben-Ari, Reggie Watts, SESAC’s Erin Collins, and Guillermo Brown
Photo Credit: Teal Moss