Composer Dewey Dellay won an IRNE for his music in Five by Tenn and the prestigious Elliot Norton Outstanding Design Award. Next, Music & Sound Design Award in The Women, 9 Parts of Desire, and Miss Witherspoon. Televison shows include Our America with Lisa Ling on OWN, National Geographic TV, Discovery Channel, and TV shows Date Patrol, America’s Spookiest Places, Cat House on HBO, and How to Clean Your House. Film credits: Haunted Lantern, Pearl Harbor–The View from Japan, and Chaos and Order.
Dewey Dellay’s impressive list of credits marches on. His music has also been included in commercials for Showtime, Marriott Hotels, Prilosec, Rogaine, Brothers P touch, Nuprin, Tampax, Imitrex, and many others. With almost 500 of his original compositions here, Dewey’s innovative new music always brings great excitement to the audio world. Today, Dewey divides his time between Manhattan and Cambridge, MA. He originally was a bassist and has played in such diverse settings as The Gary Burton Group with Pat Metheny, Ronnie Spector, and the MIT Chamber Orchestra. Now working as a composer, Dewey has written music for numerous national commercials along with having his music in many feature films and TV shows, as more fully described above. Shows composed for include "Our America with Lisa Ling" and many National Geographic Television shows.
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