May 31, 2014

Vote for the ASCAP Composers’ Choice Awards

ASCAP writer members invited to vote for Best ASCAP Film Score and Best ASCAP TV Composer of the Year

2014 Composers' Choice Award

In continuation of the full-year celebration of ASCAP’s 100th Birthday, ASCAP’s Film & Television Department will bestow its inaugural Composers’ Choice Awards at the 2014 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards, to be held on June 25th, 2014.

For the first time in ASCAP awards show history, we're opening up the voting process to all ASCAP writer members. ASCAP writers can select their favorite ASCAP film score and TV composer of 2013 from the below nominees, hand-picked by a select group of professional composers and film/TV industry leaders:

BEST ASCAP FILM SCORE OF 2013
12 Years a Slave - Hans Zimmer
All Is Lost - Alex Ebert (read our interview with Alex)
Gravity - Steven Price (read our interview with Steven)
Oblivion - Anthony Gonzalez (M83) and Joseph Trapanese (watch our video interview with them)
Rush - Hans Zimmer

BEST ASCAP TV COMPOSER OF 2013
Sean Callery - Bones, Elementary, Homeland (read our interview with Sean)
Alf Clausen - The Simpsons (read our interview with Alf)
James Levine - American Horror Story, Glee, Rizzoli & Isles (read our interview with James)
Bear McCreary - Agents of SHIELD, Da Vinci's Demons, The Walking Dead (read our interview with Bear)
Dave Porter - The Blacklist, Breaking Bad, Red Widow - (watch our Google+ Hangout with Dave)

VOTING IS NOW CLOSED

The last day to vote was May 31st. The winners will be announced during the ASCAP Film & Television Awards ceremony on June 25th, 2014.