Hildur Guonadottir wins Grammy Award for Joker score
The 63rd Grammy Award hosted by Trevor Noah, was held in Los Angeles on Sunday
Icelandic music composer Hildur Guonadottir has won the Grammy Award under the Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media category for her work in the 2019 DC film, Joker.
The 63rd Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, was held in Los Angeles on Sunday. The annual event is one of the biggest stages for music, and the evening saw highlights like Megan Thee Stallion winning three trophies, Beyonce breaking the record for the most number of Grammy wins, and Taylor Swift becoming the first singer-songwriter to win the Grammy for Album of the Year thrice.
Hildur Guonadottir's was nominated alongside composers Max Richter (Ad Astra), Kamai Washington (Becoming), Thomas Newman (1917), and John Williams (Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker).
Joker, directed by Todd Philipps, starred Joaquin Pheonix as the Clown Prince of Gotham. The film premiered to wide critical acclaim.
Notably, Hildur Guonadottir also won the 2020 Oscar for the Best Original Score for Joker.