CINAR Composers Win at SOCAN Awards.
MONTREAL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 22, 2002
Last night in Montreal, at the 13th annual SOCAN (The Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada) Awards, 3 composers having contributed to CINAR series swept the category of International Television Music Award.
The happy winners were:
Mark Giannetti, who has composed for Mona the Vampire and Upstairs Downstairs Bears Ray Fabi, now the record holder in this category at the Montreal awards with his 5th trophy, who has composed for Arthur, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Space Cases Jeff Fisher, who has composed for The Little Lulu Show, The Baskervilles and Animal Crackers.
Furthermore, at the Awards ceremony that took place in Toronto on Monday November 18th, Milan Kymlicka who has composed for The Adventures of Paddington Bear and the Busy World of Richard Scarry received trophies in the categories of International Television Series Music Award and Domestic Animated Television Series Music Award.
Each of these individuals has also given their musical talents to many other Canadian and International productions.
CINAR Music would like to congratulate each of the winners and to take this opportunity to thank each one of them for their precious contribution to the success of our series.
CINAR Music is a subsidiary of CINAR Corporation, an integrated entertainment and education company involved in the development, production, post-production and worldwide distribution of non-violent, quality programming and educational products for children and families. Visit CINAR's website at www.cinar.com.
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|Date:||Nov 22, 2002|
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