Atticus Ross Wins Golden Globe

Posted in News on January 18, 2011

Atticus Ross emerged with a career-affirming win Sunday night during the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Ross’ score for “The Social Network,” which he composed with Trent Reznor, earned Best Original Score for a Motion Picture honors.

Read the BMI MusicWorld feature on Atticus Ross.

Already an established musician and songwriter when he embarked on film composition, Ross drew early acclaim thanks to his debut score for the “Book of Eli.” With his Golden Globe victory, Ross has cemented his place as a new composer of unique vision and versatility.

For more information on the 2011 Golden Globe Awards, visit


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