Nominations for the 24th Annual Mid-South regional Emmy awards were announced on November 20th in Nashville, TN – and Concentrix was the recipient of two nominations, both in the “Music Composer/Arranger” category.
Fred Story was nominated for his original score for “El Greco to Velazquez – Art During the Reign of Phillip III”. Produced by Scott Davis for UNC-TV (North Carolina’s Public Television network), the half-hour documentary focuses on a fascinating discovery made about art in Spain during this period, and helped promote a rare exhibit at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University.
Fred comments, “It was a fun challenge to create an original score in Renaissance style that not only reflected the time period, but helped capture the passion and emotion of the story.”
Also nominated was Fred’s musical score for “Hometown Stories – The Greek Americans in Charlotte”. Produced by WTVI, Charlotte’s Public TV station, the ninety minute documentary is the latest in a series of WTVI productions that preserve the history and heritage of the Queen City. Featured performer in the score is renowned bouzouki virtuoso George Antonopolous.
The winners will be announced during a ceremony on January 30th at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville. We’ll post the results here.