AD Exclusive: Oscar-nominee Terence Blanchard and the Live Performance of His Harriet Score
Nov. 28, 2019
Terence Blanchard, 6-time Grammy winner and Oscar nominee, received the 2019 Distinguished Film Composer Award at this year’s Middleburg Film Festival. At the event, Blanchard attended an orchestral performance of his exquisite score to Kasi Lemmons fall crowd favorite Harriet. Awards Daily is proud to present the exclusive first look at the official recording of the performance, introduced by Lemmons. The score is a hot contender for this year’s Oscar for Best Original Score.
Blanchard received six Grammys for his work in the jazz instrumental solo realm. He received his most recent Grammy for Best Instrumental Composition for “Blut Und Boden (Blood And Soil).” He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score last year for Spike Lee’s acclaimed BlacKkKlansman.
Please enjoy this exclusive first look at Blanchard, Lemmons and an orchestral performance of his Harriet score at the Middleburg Film Festival!
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