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(1971– )

Awards

Golden Globes, USA 1994

Nominated
Golden Globe
Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
Jack Lemmon
For episode "A Life in the Theater".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2013

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Lighting Design or Lighting Direction for a Variety Special
Robert T. Barnhart (lighting designer)
David Grill (lighting director)
For episode: "Andrea Bocelli: Love in Portofino".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2012

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special
Steven Cimino (technical director)
Paul Cangialosi (camera)
Johnny Pinto (camera)
Chuck Goslin (camera)
Barry Frisher (camera)
Jeff Latonero (camera)
Len Wechsler (camera)
Susan Noll (video control)
J.M. Hurley (video control)
For episode "Memphis"
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Lighting Design or Lighting Direction for a Variety Special
Robert T. Barnhart (lighting designer)
Ted Wells (lighting director)
Matt Firestone (lighting director)
Harry Sangmeister (lighting director)
For episode "Andrea Bocelli Live in Central Park"
Outstanding Music Direction
Michael Tilson Thomas (music director)
For episode "The Thomashefskys: Music and Memories of a Life in the Yiddish Theater"
Outstanding Special Class Programs
David Horn (executive producer for Great Performances)
Bill O'Donnell (series producer)
Bernhard Fleischer (producer)
John Walker (producer)
For episode "Herbie Hancock, Gustavo Dudamel And The LA Phil Celebrate Gershwin"

Primetime Emmy Awards 2011

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Music Direction
Harry Connick Jr. (music director)
For episode "Harry Connick Jr. In Concert On Broadway".
Outstanding Directing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Special
Lonny Price
For episode "Sondheim! The Birthday Concert".
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special
Emmett Loughran (technical director)
Joe De Bonis (camera)
Miguel Armstrong (camera)
Paul Ranieri (video control)
David Smith (camera)
Shawn Harkins (camera)
Alain Onesto (camera)
Ron Washburn (camera)
Mark Whitman (camera)
Larry Solomon (camera)
Bob Long (camera)
Matty Randazzo (video control)
Manny Gutierrez (camera)
John Kosmaczewski (camera)
Jay Millard (camera)
Anthony De Fonzo (video control)
For episode "Don Pasquale."
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Music Direction
David Foster (music director)
For episode "Hit Man: David Foster and Friends".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2010

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Music Direction
David Foster (music director)
For episode "Andrea Bocelli & David Foster: My Christmas".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2009

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music
John Williams (theme music by)
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie
Kevin Kline
For episode "Cyrano de Bergerac".
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie
Ian McKellen
For episode "King Lear (#37.11)".
Outstanding Special Class Programs
David Horn (executive producer)
Bill O'Donnell (series producer)
Mitch Owgang (producer)
John Walker (producer)
For episode "Carnegie Hall Opening Night 2008: A Celebration of Leonard Bernstein".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2008

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program
Lonny Price
For episode "Company".
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Special (Single or Multi-Camera)
Gary Bradley
Laura Young
For episode "We Love Ella! A Tribute to the First Lady of Song".
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Special (Single or Multi-Camera)
Gary Bradley
For episode "Company".
Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special
Sydney Pollack (executive producer)
Michael Gorfaine (executive producer)
Don Mischer (producer)
For episode "James Taylor: One Man Band".
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special
Jon Pretnar (technical director)
Miguel Armstrong (camera)
Bill Finley (camera)
Manny Gutierrez (camera)
Charlie Huntley (camera)
John Kosmaczewski (camera)
Alain Onesto (camera)
Timothy Quigley (camera)
Mark Renaudin (camera)
David Smith (camera)
Larry Solomon (camera)
Jim Tufaro (camera)
Ron Washburn (camera)
Mark Whitman (camera)
Jeff Muhlstock (camera)
Claus Stuhlweissenburg (camera)
Billy Steinberg (video)
Matty Randazzo (video)
Paul Ranieri (video)
For episode "Hansel and Gretel".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2007

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Special (Single or Multi-Camera)
Gary Bradley (editor)
Laura Young (editor)
For episode "Tribute to James Taylor".
Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special
John Beug (executive producer)
David Horn (executive producer)
Gary Borman (executive producer)
Barry Schulman (executive producer)
Rose Granatt (producer)
Kristi Harman (producer)
Tim Swift (producer)
Dana Tomarken (producer)
Katie Campbell (supervising producer)
For episode "Tribute to James Taylor".
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety or Music Series or Special
Jay David Saks (audio producer)
Ken Hahn (post-production audio mix)
For episode "The Magic Flute".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2006

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Music Direction
Paul Gemignani (musical director and conductor)
For episode "South Pacific In Concert From Carnegie Hall".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Music Direction
David Foster (music director)
For episode "Andrea Bocelli: Amore Under the Desert Sky (#34.2)".
Outstanding Special Class Program
Barry Schulman (executive producer)
John Walker (producer)
David Horn (producer)
For episode "South Pacific In Concert From Carnegie Hall".
Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special
Hugues Namur (visual effects supervisor)
Paul Carteron (special effects supervisor)
Morgan Sagel (lead cgi artist)
Anne Chatelain (lead cgi artist)
Oliver Garcelon (lead cgi animator)
Alexander Gregoire (lead visual effects animator)
Guillaume Ho Tsong Fang (cgi supervisor)
Ugo Bimar (cgi supervisor)
Julien Limouse (lead visual effects compositor)
For episode "The Nightingale".
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special
Allan Wells (technical director)
Randy Baer (camera operator)
Bill Chaikowsky (camera operator)
Ken Dahlquist (camera operator)
Hank Geving (camera operator)
Manny Gutierrez (camera operator)
Larry Heider (camera operator)
Pat Kerby (camera operator)
Kenneth Patterson (camera operator)
Gordie Saiger (camera operator)
Rob Vuona (camera operator)
Danny Webb (camera operator)
Easter Xua (camera operator)
Billy Steinberg (senior video control)
Steve Rice (video control)
For episode "Andrea Bocelli: Amore Under the Desert Sky (#34.2)".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2005

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Picture Editing for a Special (Single or Multi-Camera)
Gary Bradley (editor)
For episode "Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic, Multi-Camera) for VMC Programming
Stan Crocker (lighting director)
For episode "Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival".
Outstanding Music Direction
Rachel Portman (music by)
For episode "The Little Prince". (Shown within _"Great Performances" (1972)_.)
Outstanding Special Class Program
Jac Venza (executive producer)
Ellen Krass (executive producer)
Morton Swinsky (executive producer)
Iris Merlis (producer)
Jay Good (producer)
David Horn (series producer)
John Walker (senior producer of music)
Marin Alsop (conducted by)
For episode "Leonard Bernstein's 'Candide' in Concert".
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety or Music Series or Special or Animation
Elliot Scheiner (supervising audio engineer)
Mick Guzauski (mixing for eric clapton)
Ed Cherney (audio engineer)
Susan Pelino (audio post production mixer)
Neil Dorfsman (engineer)
For episode "Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival".
Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special
Keith Winikoff (technical director)
Billy Steinberg (video operator)
Matty Randazzo (video operator)
Miguel Armstrong (camera)
Timm Bland (camera)
Barbara Drago (camera)
Freddy Frederick (camera)
Ed Fussel (camera)
Pat Gleason (camera)
Manny Gutierrez (camera)
Ray Hoover (camera)
Lyn Noland (camera)
Chad Smith (camera)
Ron Smith (camera)
For Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival
Episode: "Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival"

Primetime Emmy Awards 2004

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Music Direction
Harry Connick Jr. (music arranged and orchestrated by)
For episode "Harry Connick, Jr.: 'Only You' In Concert".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Special Class Program
Wayne Baruch (executive producer)
Charles F. Gayton (executive producer)
David Horn (executive producer)
Jac Venza (executive producer)
Mona Niemiec (producer)
Mitch Owgang (producer)
John Walker (producer)
For episode "The Los Angeles Philharmonic Inaugurates Walt Disney Concert Hall".
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety or Music Series or Special
Gregg Rubin (music mixer)
François Lamoureux (music mixer)
For episode "Harry Connick, Jr.: 'Only You' In Concert".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2002

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program
Peter Gelb (executive producer)
Jac Venza (executive producer)
Laura Mitgang (producer)
Molly McBride (producer)
Pat Jaffe (director)
Joshua Bell (performer)
William Eddins (conductor)
For episode "Joshua Bell: West Side Story Suite From Central Park".
Outstanding Sound Mixing for Non-Fiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera)
Peter Miller (production sound mixer)
Roger Phenix (production sound mixer)
Lee Dichter (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Recording 'The Producers': A Musical Romp with Mel Brooks".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2001

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Music Direction
Paul Gemignani (music director)
For episode "My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs".

Primetime Emmy Awards 2000

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directing for a Variety or Music Program
Matthew Diamond
For episode "Crazy for You (#28.2)".
Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program
David Horn (executive producer)
Jac Venza (executive producer)
Costa Pilavachi (executive producer)
Clive Bennett (executive producer)
John Walker (producer)
Andrea Bocelli (performer)
Myung-Whun Chung (conductor)
PBS
For episode "Andrea Bocelli: Sacred Arias".
Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program
David Horn (executive producer)
Jac Venza (executive producer)
John Walker (producer)
PBS
For episode "Central Park".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1999

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Choreography
Judith Jamison
For episode "Dance in America: A Hymn for Alvin Ailey".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program
Orlando Bagwell (producer/director/writer)
Jac Venza (executive producer)
For episode "Dance in America: A Hymn for Alvin Ailey".
Outstanding Classical Music-Dance Program
David Horn (executive producer)
Jac Venza (executive producer)
Lotfi Mansouri (executive producer)
Nigel Boon (executive producer)
Jane Seymour (executive producer)
Barbara Bellini Witkowski (executive producer)
John Walker (producer)
Judy Flannery (producer)
Kate Gaitley (producer)
Kirk Browning (director)
André Previn (conductor)
PBS
For episode "A Streetcar Named Desire: From the San Francisco Opera".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1997

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Cultural Music-Dance Program
Peter Gelb (executive producer)
Pat Jaffe (executive producer/director)
Molly McBride (producer)
Bobby McFerrin (host/performer)
Laura Mitgang (producer)
For episode "Bobby McFerrin: Loosely Mozart, the New Innovators of Classical Music".
Outstanding Costume Design for a Variety or Music Program
Dona Granata (costume designer)
For episode "Jazz '34".
Outstanding Editing for a Miniseries or a Special - Multi-Camera Production
Brent Carpenter (editor)
Dylan Tichenor (editor)
For episode "Jazz '34".
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety or Music Series or a Special
Rob Rapley (production/re-recording mixer)
For episode "Bobby McFerrin: Loosely Mozart, the New Innovators of Classical Music".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1996

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Cultural Music-Dance Program
Jac Venza (executive producer)
Glenn DuBose (executive producer/co-director)
James Arntz (producer/writer)
Bill Murphy (coordinating producer)
Sara Lukinson (producer/writer)
Don Lenzer (co-director)
Itzhak Perlman (performer)
For episode "Itzhak Perlman: In the Fiddler's House". (Shown within _"Great Performances" (1972)_).
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Cultural Music-Dance Program
David Horn (executive producer)
Jac Venza (executive producer)
Richard Schilling (coordinating producer)
Laurie Donnelly (producer)
Mitch Owgang (on-line producer)
Ken Fritz (executive producer)
Peter Paul & Mary (performers)
For episode "Peter, Paul and Mary: Lifelines". (Shown within _"Great Performances" (1972)_).

Primetime Emmy Awards 1994

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Informational Special
Harry J. Kraut (executive producer)
Klaus Hallig (executive producer)
Michael Bronson (producer)
Elaine Warner (coordinating producer)
For episode "Leonard Bernstein: The Gift of Music".
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Special
Matthew Broderick
For episode "A Life in the Theater".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1993

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Directing in a Variety or Music Program
Robert Altman (director)
For episode "Black and Blue". (Shown within _"Great Performances" (1972)_).
Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special
David Horn (executive producer)
Jac Venza (executive producer)
John Walker (producer)

For episode "Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall (#21.3)". (Shown within _"Great Performances"... More

For episode "Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall (#21.3)". (Shown within _"Great Performances" (1972)_).


Primetime Emmy Awards 1992

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement - Classical Music/Dance Programming - Directing
Brian Large (director)
For episode "The Metropolitan Opera Silver Anniversary Gala".
Outstanding Individual Achievement - Classical Music/Dance Programming - Performance
Kathleen Battle (performer)
For episode "The Metropolitan Opera Silver Anniversary Gala".
Outstanding Individual Achievement - Classical Music/Dance Programming - Performance
Plácido Domingo (performer)
For episode "The Metropolitan Opera Silver Anniversary Gala".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Directing in a Variety or Music Program
Patricia Birch (director)
For episode "Unforgettable, with Love: Natalie Cole Sings the Songs of Nat King Cole".
Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Variety or Music Series or a Special
Bill Schnee (production sound mixer)
John Bickelhaupt (re-recording mixer)
Fred Tator (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Unforgettable, with Love: Natalie Cole Sings the Songs of Nat King Cole".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts
Peter Gelb (executive producer)
Daniel Anker (producer)
Laura Mitgang (producer)
André Previn (conductor)
For episode "A Carnegie Hall Christmas".
Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts
Susan Froemke (producer)
Peter Gelb (producer)
Kathleen Battle (performer)
Wynton Marsalis (performer)
For episode "Kathleen Battle and Wynton Marsalis in Baroque Duet".
Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program
Natalie Cole (performer)
For episode "Unforgettable, with Love: Natalie Cole Sings the Songs of Nat King Cole".
Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Program (Special)
Dan Cleary (executive producer)
Jac Venza (executive producer)
David Horn (producer)
John Walker (coordinating producer)
PBS
For episode "Unforgettable, with Love: Natalie Cole Sings the Songs of Nat King Cole".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1991

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program
Harry Connick Jr. (performer)
For episode "Swinging Out With Harry".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1990

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts
David Horn (executive producer)
Jac Venza (executive producer)
John Walker (producer)
For episode "Show Boat (#18.4)". (Screened within _"Great Performances" (1972)_).
Outstanding Costume Design for a Variety or Music Program
Bradford Wood
For episode "Show Boat (#18.4)". (Shown within _"Great Performances" (1972)_).

Primetime Emmy Awards 1989

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts
Harry J. Kraut (executive producer)
Klaus Hallig (executive producer)
Michael Bronson (producer)
Thomas Skinner (producer)
For episode "Bernstein at 70!".
Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program
Linda Ronstadt
For episode "Canciones di mi Padre".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1988

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts
Jac Venza (executive producer)
David Horn (series producer)
Michael Bronson (producer)
John Walker (coordinating producer)
For episode "Nixon in China".
Outstanding Directing in a Variety or Music Program
Patricia Birch
Humphrey Burton
For episode "Celebrating Gershwin".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Patricia Birch (choreographer)
For episode "Celebrating Gershwin"
Outstanding Achievement in Main Title Theme Music
John Corigliano
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction
Michael Tilson Thomas (music director/principal arranger)
For episode "Celebrating Gershwin".
Outstanding Individual Achievement - Classical
Plácido Domingo
For episode "Aida: From the Houston Grand Opera".
Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program
Mikhail Baryshnikov
For episode "Celebrating Gershwin".
Outstanding Informational Special
Jac Venza (executive producer)
Joan Kramer (producer)
David Heeley (producer)
Lauren Bacall (host)
For episode "Bacall on Bogart". (Shown within _"Great Performances" (1972)_).

Primetime Emmy Awards 1987

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction
Don Pippin (music director)
Eric Stern (principal arranger)
Buster Davis (principal arranger)
For episode "Broadway Sings: The Music of Jule Styne".
Outstanding Individual Achievement - Classical Music/Dance Programming - Directing
Kirk Browning
For episode "Goya with Placido Domingo".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Informational Special
Jac Venza (executive producer)
George Paris (executive producer)
Joan Kramer (producer)
David Heeley (producer)
For episode "James Stewart: A Wonderful Life". (Screened within _"Great Performances" (1972)_.)

Primetime Emmy Awards 1986

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Choreography
Walter Painter (choreographer)
For episode "Sylvia Fine Kaye's Musical Comedy Tonight III".
Outstanding Costume Design for a Variety or Music Program
Bill Hargate (costume designer)
For episode "Sylvia Fine Kaye's Musical Comedy Tonight III".
Outstanding Individual Achievements - Classical Music/Dance Programming
Franco Zeffirelli (director)
For episode "Cavalleria Rusticana".
Outstanding Informational Series
Nick Evans (executive producer)
Nick Elliott (executive producer)
For episode "Laurence Olivier: A Life". (Shown within _"Great Performances" (1972)_.)
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Directing in a Variety or Music Program
Kirk Browning
For episode "The Gospel at Colonus".
Outstanding Individual Achievements - Classical Music/Dance Programming
Plácido Domingo
For episode "Cavalleria Rusticana".
Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program
Patti LaBelle
For episode "Sylvia Fine Kaye's Musical Comedy Tonight III".
Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program
Sylvia Fine (writer)
For episode "Sylvia Fine Kaye's Musical Comedy Tonight III".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1985

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Individual Achievement - Classical Music/Dance Programming - Performing
Luciano Pavarotti
For episode "Duke of Mantua, Rigoletto".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Program
Robert Manby (executive producer)
Diane M. Gioia (supervising producer)
Sherman Sneed (producer)
Bill Siegler (coordinating producer)
Lena Horne (star)
PBS
For episode "Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1984

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts
Horant H. Hohlfeld (executive producer)
David Griffiths (producer)
Thomas Buerger (producer)
Plácido Domingo (host)
For episode "Placido Domingo Celebrates Seville".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts
Horant H. Hohlfeld (executive producer)
Harry J. Kraut (executive producer)
Thomas Buerger (producer)
Leonard Bernstein (host)
For episode "Bernstein: Conductor, Soloist and Teacher".
Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Limited Series or a Special
Alan Adelman (lighting director)
Randy Nordstrom (lighting director)
PBS
For Purlie
For episode "Purlie"

Primetime Emmy Awards 1983

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction
Mercer Ellington (music director/principal arranger)
For episode "Ellington: The Music Lives On".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1981

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts
John Goberman (producer)
Beverly Sills (star)
For episode "A Lincoln Center Special: Beverly! Her Farewell Performance".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1977

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts
Jac Venza (executive producer)
Klaus Hallig (executive producer)
Herbert G. Kloiber (executive producer)
David Griffiths (producer)
Fritz Buttenstedt (producer)
Artur Rubinstein (star)
For episode "Arthur Rubinstein at 90".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1976

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Music Program
Klaus Hallig (executive producer)
Harry J. Kraut (executive producer)
David Griffiths (producer)
Leonard Bernstein (performer)
For episode "Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic".
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Music Program
Reiner Moritz (producer)
Emile Ardolino (producer)
For episode "Three By Balanchine With The New York City Ballet".
Outstanding Classical Music Program
Fritz Buttenstedt (also executive producer)
David Griffiths (producer)
Artur Rubinstein (performer)
For episode "Arthur Rubinstein - Chopin".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1975

Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Classical Music Program
Fritz Buttenstedt (executive producer)
Helmut Bauer (producer)
David Griffiths (producer)
Artur Rubinstein (star)
For episode "Rubinstein".
Outstanding Classical Music Program
Klaus Hallig (executive producer)
Harry J. Kraut (executive producer)
David Griffiths (producer)
Leonard Bernstein (star)
For episode "Bernstein at Tanglewood".

Primetime Emmy Awards 1972

Won
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Video Tape Editing
Patrick McKenna (editor)
PBS
For episode "Hogans Goat". Originally aired as an NET "Special of the Week" special.
Nominated
Primetime Emmy
Outstanding Achievement in Video Tape Editing
Frank Herold (editor)
PBS
For episode "Paradise Lost". Originally aired on _"NET Playhouse" (1966)_.

BAFTA Awards 2004

Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best Sound (Factual)
Trevor Hotz
Paul Parsons
Graham Haines
For episode "Operatunity".
Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Huw Wheldon Award for Factual Series or Strand
Roy Ackerman
Michael Waldman
For episode "Operatunity".

BAFTA Awards 1993

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Actor
Brian Cox
For episode "The Lost Language of Cranes".

BAFTA Awards 1989

Nominated
Flaherty Documentary Award (TV)
Tony Palmer
For episode "Richard Burton: In from the Cold".

BAFTA Awards 1986

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Drama
Rodney Bennett
Christopher Neame
For episode "Monsignor Quixote (#15.1)".
Best Actor
Alec Guinness
For episode "Monsignor Quixote (#15.1)".

BAFTA Awards 1983

Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best Documentary Programme
Melvyn Bragg
Robert Bee
For episode "Laurence Olivier: A Life".

BAFTA Awards 1978

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Lighting
Howard King
For episode "Count Dracula".
Best Film Cameraman
Peter Hall
For Ripping Yarns and Marie Curie
Best Make Up
Suzan Broad
For episode "Count Dracula".

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2010

Nominated
Actor
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Kevin Kline
For episode "Cyrano de Bergerac (#37.8)".

ALMA Awards 1999

Nominated
ALMA Award
Outstanding Performance by an Individual or Act in a Variety or Comedy Special
Chita Rivera

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2008

Nominated
Saturn Award
Best Retro Television Series on DVD
For episode "Count Dracula".

American Choreography Awards, USA 1999

Won
American Choreography Award
Outstanding Achievement in Television - Variety or Special
Judith Jamison
For episode "A Hymn for Alvin Ailey".

American Cinema Editors, USA 1981

Won
Eddie
Best Edited Episode from a Television Mini-Series
Cynthia Scheider
Bill Lenny
For episode "Life on the Mississippi".

American Society of Cinematographers, USA 2002

Nominated
ASC Award
Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Movies of the Week/Pilot (Network)
Rene Ohashi
For episode "Don Giovanni Unmasked".

Black Reel Awards 2010

Nominated
Black Reel
Best Documentary
Spike Lee
For the performance of Passing Strange
Best Ensemble
Jay Binder (Casting Director)

CableACE Awards 1987

Nominated
ACE
Actor in a Theatrical or Dramatic Special
Charles Grodin
For episode "Grown-Ups"
Actress in a Theatrical or Dramatic Special
Jean Stapleton
For episode "Grown-Ups"
Actress in a Theatrical or Dramatic Special
Marilu Henner
For episode "Grown-Ups"
Theatrical Special
Michael Brandman (executive producer)
Patrick Whitley (senior producer)
Emanuel Azenberg (senior producer)
Iris Merlis (producer)
Showtime
For episode "Grown-Ups"
Directing a Theatrical or Dramatic Special
John Madden
Showtime
For episode "Grown-Ups"

CableACE Awards 1985

Won
ACE
Costume Design
Jane Greenwood
Showtime
For episode "Heartbreak House"
Nominated
ACE
Actress in a Theatrical or Dramatic Special
Rosemary Harris
Showtime
For episode "Heartbreak House"
Lighting Direction on Video Tape
Ralph Holmes
Showtime
For episode "Heartbreak House"

Canadian Society of Cinematographers Awards 2002

Nominated
CSC Award
Best Cinematography in Dramatic Short
Rene Ohashi
For episode "Don Giovanni Unmasked".

Casting Society of America, USA 1993

Won
Artios
Best Casting for TV Nighttime Special - Drama
Elissa Myers
For the 20th Anniversary Special.

Cinema Audio Society, USA 2009

Nominated
C.A.S. Award
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television - Non-Fiction, Variety or Music - Series or Specials
Jorge Silva (production mixer)
Ken Hahn (re-recording mixer)
For episode "Company".

Cinema Audio Society, USA 2008

Won
C.A.S. Award
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television - Non-Fiction, Variety or Music - Series or Specials
Bill King (production mixer)
Ken Hahn (re-recording mixer)
Jay David Saks (re-recording mixer)
John Bowen (re-recording mixer)
For episode "The Magic Flute".

Cinema Audio Society, USA 2007

Nominated
C.A.S. Award
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television - Non-Fiction, Variety or Music - Series or Specials
Ken Hahn (re-recording mixer)
Jay David Saks (re-recording mixer)
David Hewitt (location sound mixer)
Bill King (location sound recording)
For episode "South Pacific in Concert from Carnegie Hall".

Cinema Audio Society, USA 2000

Nominated
C.A.S. Award
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Variety or Music Series or Special
Ken Hahn (re-recording mixer)
Jay David Saks (re-recording mixer)
David Hewitt (production mixer)
Bill King (production mixer)
For episode "The Gershwins 'Crazy For You'".

Daytime Emmy Awards 2000

Nominated
Daytime Emmy
Outstanding Special Class Special
Jac Venza (executive producer)
David Horn (executive producer)
Richard Schilling (coordinating producer)
John Walker
Heidelinde Rudy
Walter Cronkite (host)
For episode "From Vienna: The New Year's Celebration 1999".

Deauville Film Festival 1993

Nominated
Critics Award
Gregory Mosher
For episode "A Life in the Theater".

Directors Guild of America, USA 2005

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety
Ron de Moraes
For episode "Eric Clapton: Crossroads Guitar Festival".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1999

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary
Nigel Noble
For episode "Porgy and Bess: An American Voice".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1997

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Musical/Variety
Don Mischer
Allan Kartun (associate director) (plaque)
Jim Tanker (associate director) (plaque)
Arthur Lewis (stage manager) (plaque)
Garry Hood (stage manager) (plaque)
Gary Natoli (stage manager) (plaque)
Dency Nelson (stage manager) (plaque)
Vince Poxon (stage manager) (plaque)
Doug Smith (stage manager) (plaque)
For episode "Centennial Olympic Games: Opening Ceremonies".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1994

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary/Actuality
Susan Steinberg
For episode "Paul Simon: Born at the Right Time".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1989

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary/Actuality
Merrill Brockway
For episode "On the Move".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1983

Won
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary/Actuality
Perry Miller Adato
For episode "Carl Sandburg: Echoes and Silences".

Directors Guild of America, USA 1979

Nominated
DGA Award
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night
Michael Apted
For episode "The Collection".

Gemini Awards 2001

Won
Gemini
Best Direction in a Variety or Performing Arts Program or Series
Barbara Willis Sweete
For episode "Don Giovanni Unmasked".
Best Photography in a Comedy, Variety or Performing Arts Program or Series
Rene Ohashi
For episode "Don Giovanni Unmasked".

Genie Awards 1996

Won
Genie
Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Martha Henry
For episode "Long Day's Journey Into Night".
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
William Hutt
For episode "Long Day's Journey Into Night".
Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Martha Burns
For episode "Long Day's Journey Into Night".
Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Peter Donaldson
For episode "Long Day's Journey Into Night".
Nominated
Genie
Best Motion Picture
Niv Fichman
Daniel Iron
For episode "Long Day's Journey Into Night".
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Tom McCamus
For episode "Long Day's Journey Into Night".
Best Achievement in Editing
Susan Shipton
For episode "Long Day's Journey Into Night".

Grammy Awards 2002

Won
Grammy
Best Long Form Music Video
Mel Brooks (artist)
Susan Froemke (video director/video producer)
Peter Gelb (video producer)
For episode "Recording 'The Producers': A Musical Romp with Mel Brooks".

Grammy Awards 1999

Nominated
Grammy
Best Long Form Music Video
Robert Altman (video director/video producer)
For episode "Jazz '34".

Image Awards 2000

Nominated
Image Award
Outstanding Variety Series/Special
For episode "Dance in America: A Hymn For Alvin Ailey".

Image Awards 1994

Won
Image Award
Outstanding Variety Special
For episode "Natalie Cole: Unforgettable with Love".

International Emmy Awards 2001

Won
Emmy
Performing Arts
For episode "Jesus Christ Superstar". UK.
Nominated
Emmy
Performing Arts
For episode "Don Giovanni Unmasked". Canada.

International Emmy Awards 1992

Won
Emmy
Drama

Peabody Awards 2004

Won
Peabody Award
For episode "Degas and the Dance".

Prix Italia 2003

Won
Prix Italia
TV Performing Arts - Music and Arts Documentary
For episode "Operatunity".

Retirement Research Foundation, USA 1994

Won
Wise Owl Award - Honorable Mention
Television and Theatrical Film Fiction
Thomas A. Bliss
Patricia Wolff
David Mamet (executive)
Marc Abraham (executive)
For episode "A Life in the Theater".

Rose d'Or Light Entertainment Festival 2001

Won
Silver Rose
Music
For episode "Don Giovanni Unmasked". Canada.

Rose d'Or Light Entertainment Festival 1999

Won
Special Prize of the City of Montreux
For episode "Dance in America: A Hymn for Alvin Ailey". USA.

Rose d'Or Light Entertainment Festival 1996

Won
Golden Rose
For episode "Itzhak Perlman: In the Fiddler's House". USA.

Royal Television Society, UK 2004

Won
RTS Television Award
Best Arts
For episode "Operatunity".

Sundance Film Festival 1993

Nominated
Grand Jury Prize
Documentary
Susan Steinberg
Susan Lacy
For episode "Paul Simon: Born at the Right Time".

São Paulo International Film Festival 1997

Won
Audience Award
Best Documentary
Robert Altman
For episode "Jazz '34".

Toronto International Film Festival 1996

Won
Best Canadian Feature Film
David Wellington
For episode "Long Day's Journey Into Night".

Writers Guild of America, USA 1989

Won
WGA Award (TV)
Anthology Episode/Single Program
Andy Wolk
For episode "Tales from the Hollywood Hills: Natica Jackson".

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