Awards and Nominations


Awards & Nominations

2007; Finalist, Pulitzer Prize in Music for Grendel2004; Nomination, Emmy Awards, “Great Performances: Dance in America” – Outstanding Music Composition for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special2004; Win, ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards, S.W.A.T. – Top Box Office Film Score2003; Win, World Soundtrack Awards, Frida – Best Original Soundtrack of the Year2003; Win, World Soundtrack Awards, Frida – Soundtrack Composer of the Year2003; Nomination, World Soundtrack Awards, “Burn It Blue” from Frida – Best Original Song Written for a Film2002; Win, Academy Awards, Frida – Best Original Score2002; Nomination, Academy Awards, Frida, “Burn It Blue” – Best Original Song2002; Win, Golden Globes, Frida – Best Original Score2002; Nomination, World Soundtrack Awards, “The Dream Within” from Final Fantasy: The Sprits Within – Best Original Song Written for a Film1999; Nomination, CFCA Awards, The Butcher Boy – Best Original Score1998; Win, ASCAP Awards, Batman & Robin – Top Box Office Film Score1998; Nomination, Chicago Film Critics Awards, The Butcher Boy – Best Original Score1998; Win, Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards, The Butcher Boy – Best Original Score1997; Nomination, Tony Awards, “Juan Darien: A Carnival Mass” (Broadway Production) – Best Original Musical Score1997; Win, ASCAP Awards, A Time to Kill – Top Box Office Film Score1997; Nomination, Grammy Awards, “Defile and Lament” from A Time to Kill1996; Nomination, Academy Awards, Michael Collins – Best Original Score1996; Nomination, Golden Globes, Michael Collins – Best Original Score1996; Win, ASCAP Awards, Batman Forever – Top Box Office Film Score1995; Nomination, Grammy Awards, Batman Forever – Best Instrumental Composition1995; Win, ASCAP Awards, Interview with the Vampire – Top Box Office Film Score1995; Nomination, Golden Globes, Interview with the Vampire – Best Original Score1994; Nomination, Academy Awards, Interview with the Vampire – Best Original Score1994; Win, ASCAP Awards, Demolition Man – Top Box Office Film Score1990; Win, Edinburgh Festival Critics Choice Award, “Juan Darien: A Carnival Mass” – Best Music1990; Win, American Academy of Arts and Letters Richard Rodgers Award, “Juan Darien: A Carnival Mass” – Best Music1988; Win, Obie Award, “Juan Darien: A Carnival Mass” (Original Production) – Best MusicOther awards include the Arturo Toscanini Award, the New Music for Young Ensembles composition prize, the Stephen Sondheim Award in Music Theater, and a New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship