The awards ceremony took place on Friday 22 November at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London to celebrate the best production music libraries and most talented composers from all over the world.
Malory Torr and Danny McLauchlan (Extreme Music) took home the award for Best Acoustic Pop / Rock Production Music Track for Cornucopia and Amy McKnight (Universal Production Music) was crowned with the PRS Foundation Best Newcomer Award.
Florian Gravouil (Videohelper) received the Best Ambient/Minimalist Production Music Track gong for Cloud Castle and the Best Dance Music Production Track went to Nick Kingsley and Margot Maxine (Extreme Music) for Riverbed.
Meanwhile, Chris Doney and Beth Perry (Universal Production Music [Chappell Recorded Music Library]) were recognised in the Best Contemporary Classical Production Music Track category for City Under the Sea.
The annual Production Music Awards were presented in association with MCPS Production Music, PRS for Music, Klineberg K-OMS Production Music Manager and PRS Foundation, the UK’s leading funder of new music and talent development.
Andy Harrower, director of licensing, PRS for Music said: ‘We are proud to once again support The Production Music Awards. It is a special night for everyone in production music and has become an important fixture in the calendar, synonymous with celebrating musical excellence. Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees, who continue to raise the standard of competition each year.’
M recently caught up with winner Malory Torr and some of the nominees, who revealed some of their top tips for budding production music composers.
Please visit productionmusicawards.com for the full list of winners at the Production Music Awards 2019.