Yesterday, February 26th, Maestro Ennio Morricone was presented with his star on the world renowned Hollywood Walk of Fame. Quentin Tarantino and Harvey Weinstein were among the Hollywood community who attended the ceremony along with fans and well wishers. Music from “The Mission” and his Oscar nominated score for “The Hateful Eight” entertained and moved the audience. A highlight was world renowned flautist Andrea Griminelli playing “Gabriel’s Oboe”.
Ennio Morricone won his sixth Bafta for the score of the film The Hateful Eight. His previous Baftas were for Cinema Paradiso (1991) with his son Andrea, for The Untouchables (1988), for The Mission (1987), for Once Upon a Time in America (1985), and for Days of Heaven (1980). Congratulations, Maestro!
Ahead of his upcoming 2016 world tour The 60 Years of Music Tour, opening to a sold-out arena in Prague tomorrow Friday 15th January, Ennio Morricone has been nominated for his 6th Academy Award in the category of ‘Best Original Score’ for Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight. Music from the film will feature in the tour .
Ennio Morricone won his third Golden Globe last night at the 73rd Golden Globes in Los Angeles in the category of Best Original Score for Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight. Congratulations, Maestro!
To mark the launch of Quentin Tarantino’s new film The Hateful Eight and its thrilling new score from Ennio Morricone, both artists met for a special event at Abbey Road Studios.
Tarantino and actors Kurt Russell and Walton Goggins watched as Morricone conducted the Czech National Symphony Orchestra in a live recording of music from The Hateful Eight, cut to vinyl. As a gift to fans, those who pre-order the album will be given the chance to receive one of these hand-stamped, direct-to-vinyl editions through www.thehatefuleightsoundtrack.com (while supplies last).
While they were at Abbey Road, Morricone, Tarantino, Russell, Goggins and the orchestra signed the famous wall outside Abbey Road, which had been covered in The Hateful Eight artwork.
Just hours later, Morricone’s score for The Hateful Eight was nominated for a Golden Globe in the Best Original Score category.
In May, Do What You Like has already seduced many spectators in previews. You too can let yourself be carried away by this film to the historical footprint and the fabulous soundtrack by Maestro Ennio Morricone