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Award nominations for Christopher Lennertz
9-Oct-2007 -

Composer receives three Film & TV Music Awards nominations
Christopher Lennertz has just received three nominations at the Film & TV Music Awards. His nominations are: Best Score for a Science Fiction Television Program: Supernatural; Best Score for an Independent Feature Film: Tortilla Heaven; and The Don B. Ray Educational Achievement Award. The Film & TV Music Awards are a new peer awards program for the Film & TV music industry. Awards winners will be announced October 30.
Lennertz began his musical education at the early age of nine and quickly developed what director Joshua Butler ("Saint Sinner") calls "an incredible gift for melody." After learning to play the trumpet and guitar, he ventured out of performance to study composition, jazz arranging, and theory in high school. Soon, he made his way to the University of Southern California to continue his musical education and begin scoring films. Lennertz has since expanded his repertoire as a composer for all types of media, from film to television and even to videogames.
He is currently working on Perfect Christmas, a family romance starring Terrence Howard, Queen Latifah and Gabrielle Union. 


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