On the heels of the Academy Awards, the Lexington Music Academy has just released its list of the Best Music Academy Musicals, with the winners from across the country and across the globe.
The list features four of the five nominees in each category, including the award for Best New Music, as well as a Best Direction for a Musical and Best Original Song for the Music Academy Awards.
The Academy’s award is the largest it’s ever given, with its top three nominations going to a total of seven artists.
It was the first time in the Academy’s history that a major award has been given to a single performer, and it marks the first Academy Awards that have been televised.
The first Academy Award, in 1924, was awarded to George Benson, who recorded his signature song, “Love’s a Boy.”
He went on to win three Oscars, including Best Pop Vocal Performance for “The Great Gatsby,” and a Golden Globe for Best Film Score.
The awards ceremony was broadcast on ABC on Sunday night, with a special telecast on ABC Radio.
The academy’s list of Best Music School Music Awards also includes a nomination for the top student at the Academy of Music, with six finalists, including four winners.
The awards show airs on ABC at 8 p.m.
EST on Sunday.
The winners will be announced on the Academy site at 10 a.m., and they will receive a personal video message from the Academy.