Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Program

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Program
Awarded for Outstanding Special Class Program
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded 2000
Currently held by The 70th Annual Tony Awards (2017)
Website http://www.emmys.com/

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Program is awarded to one television special each year.

In the following list, the first titles listed in gold are the winners; those not in gold are nominees, which are listed in alphabetical order. The years given are those in which the ceremonies took place.

Winners and nominations[edit]

Outstanding Classical Program in the Performing Arts

1970s[edit]

Year Program Nominees Network
1977[1]
American Ballet Theatre: Swan Lake (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer PBS
American Ballet Theatre (Dance in America: Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Emile Ardolino, series coordinating producer; Merrill Brockway, series producer PBS
Arthur Rubenstein at 90 (Great Performances) Jac Venza, Klaus Hallig and Herbert G. Kloiber, executive producers; David Griffiths and Fritz Buttenstadt, producers; Arthur Rubenstein, performer
Martha Graham Dance Company (Dance in America: Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Emile Ardolino, series coordinating producer; Merrill Brockway, series producer; Martha Graham, performer
The Bolshoi Ballet: Romeo and Juliet Lothar Bock, executive producer; Alvin Cooperman, producer CBS
1978[2]
American Ballet Theatre's "Giselle" (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer PBS
American Ballet Theatre at the Metropolitan Opera House (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, executive producer; Emile Ardolino, producer PBS
La Bohème (Live from the Met) Michael Bronson, executive producer; John Goberman, producer
Dance in America: Choreography by Balanchine (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Merrill Brockway and Emile Ardolino, producers
The Nutcracker (Baryshnikov) Herman E. Krawitz, executive producer; Yanna Kroyt Brandt, producer CBS
1979[3]
Balanchine IV (Dance in America: Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Merrill Brockway, series producer; Emile Ardolino, series coordinating producer; Judy Kinberg, producer PBS
The American Ballet Theatre: The Sleeping Beauty (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer PBS
Balanchine III (Dance in America: Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Merrill Brockway, series producer; Emile Ardolino, series coordinating producer; Judy Kinberg, producer
Giulini's Beethoven's 9th Live: A Gift from Los Angeles Jeanne Mulcahy, executive producer; John Goberman, producer
Live from Lincoln Center John Goberman, producer

1980s[edit]

Year Program Nominees Network
1980[4]
Live from Studio 8H: An Tribute to Toscanini Alvin Cooperman and Judith de Paul, producers NBC
Agnes deMille and the Joffrey Ballet in Conversations About the Dance Loring d'Usseau, producer; Agnes de Mille, star PBS
Beverly Sills in Concert Thomas L. Merklinger, executive producer; Beverly Sills, star
New York Philharmonic with Zubin Mehta and Luciano Pavarotti (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Luciano Pavarotti, performer
1981[5]
Live from Studio 8H: An Evening of Jerome Robbins Alvin Cooperman and Judith de Paul, producers NBC
Beverly! Her Farewell Performance (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Beverly Sills, performer PBS
Isaac Stern's 60th Birthday Celebration (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Zubin Mehta, Itzhak Perlman, Pinchas Zukerman and Isaac Stern, performers
Joan Sutherland, Marilyn Horne and Luciano Pavarotti in Recital (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Joan Sutherland, Marilyn Horne and Luciano Pavarotti, performers
Nureyev and the Joffrey Ballet in Tribute to Nijinsky (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Emile Ardolino and Judy Kinberg, producers; Rudolf Nureyev, performer
1982[6]
La Bohème (Live from the Met) Michael Bronson, executive producer; Clemente D'Alessio, producer PBS
Bernstein/Beethoven Horant H. Hohlfeld and Harry J. Kraut, executive producers; David Griffiths, producer; Leonard Bernstein, performer PBS
An Evening with Danny Kaye and the New York Philharmonic (Live from Lincoln Center) Herbert Bonis, executive producer; John Goberman, producer; Danny Kaye, performer
An Evening with Itzhak Perlman and the New York Philharmonic (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Itzhak Perlman, performer
Horowitz in London: A Royal Concert Peter Gelb and John Vernon, producers; Vladimir Horowitz, performer
1983[7]
Paravotti in Philadelphia: La Bohème Margaret Anne Everitt, executive producer; Clemente D'Alessio, producer; Luciano Pavarotti, performer PBS
Dance in America Jac Venza, executive producer; Judy Kinberg and Barbara Horgan, producers PBS
In Concert at the Met: Price, Horne, Levine Michael Bronson, executive producer; Clemente D'Alessio, producer; Leontyne Price, Marilyn Horne and James Levine, stars
Stravinsky and Balanchine: A Genius Has a Birthday! (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman and Barbara Horgan, producers
Wagner's Ring: The Bayreuth Centennial Production Horant H. Hohlfeld, executive producer; David Griffiths, Dietrich von Watzforf and Peter Windgassen, producers
1984[8]
Placido Domingo Celebrates Seville (Great Performances) Horant H. Hohlfeld, executive producer; David Griffiths and Thomas Buerger, producers; Plácido Domingo, host PBS
Bernstein: Conductor, Soloist and Teacher (Great Performances) Horant H. Hohlfeld and Harry J. Kraut, executive producer; Thomas Buerger, producer; Leonard Bernstein, host PBS
The Compleat Gilbert & Sullivan George Walker, executive producer; Judith de Paul, producer
James Galway and Zubin Mehta with the New York Philharmonic (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; James Galway and Zubin Mehta, hosts
New York City Ballet: A Tribute to George Balanchine (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman and Barbara Horgan, producers
1985[9]
Tosca (Live from the Met) Michael Bronson, executive producer; Samuel Paul, producer PBS
Aida (Live from the Met) Michael Bronson, executive producer; Samuel Paul, producer PBS
Bernstein Conducts "West Side Story" (Great Performances) Ian Squires and Harry J. Kraut, executive producers; Humphrey Burton and Thomas Skinner, producers; Leonard Bernstein, host
Dance in America: Baryshnikov by Tharp with American Ballet Theatre (Great Performances) Rhoda Grauer, executive producer; Don Mischer, producer; Mikhail Baryshnikov, host
The Well-Tempered Bach with Peter Ustinov Byron Knight, Thomas Doggett and Christian P. Stehr, co-executive producers; Hans Vetter, producer; Peter Ustinov, host
1986[10]
Wolf Trap Presents The Kirov: Swan Lake Michael B. Styer, executive producer; Phillip Byrd, senior producer; John Potthast, producer PBS
Aaron Copland's 85th Birthday with the New York Philharmonic and Zubin Mehta (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Richard Baker, coordinating producer; Zubin Mehta, performer PBS
Dance in America: Choreography by Jerome Robbins with the New York City Ballet (Great Performances) Jac Venza and Rhoda Grauer, executive producers; Judy Kinberg, producer
Dance in America: Dance Theatre of Harlem in "A Streetcar Named Desire" (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producers; Judy Kinberg and Thomas Grimm, producers
New York Philharmonic Celebration with Isaac Stern, Itzhak Perlman & Montserrat Cavalle (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer; Isaac Stern, Itzhak Perlman and Montserrat Caballé, performers
1987[11]
Vladimir Horowitz: The Last Romantic Peter Gelb, executive producer; Susan Froemke, producer; Vladimir Horowitz, performer PBS
Carnegie Hall: The Grand Reopening Don Mischer, executive producer; Jan Cornell and David J. Goldberg, producers PBS
Dance in America: In Memory of... A Ballet by Jerome Robbins (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Judy Kinberg and Rhoda Grauer, producers
An Evening with Joan Sutherland and Luciano Pavarotti (The Metropolitan Opera Presents) Samuel Paul, producer; Joan Sutherland and Luciano Pavarotti, performers
Liberty Weekend: International Concert David L. Wolper, executive producer; David Griffiths, producer ABC
1988[12]
Nixon in China (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; David Horn, series producer; Michael Bronson, producer; John Walker, coordinating producer PBS
All That Bach Niv Fichman and Louise Clark, producers PBS
American Ballet Theatre's "Romeo and Juliet" Live (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer
Dance in America: Balanchine and Cunningham — An Evening at American Ballet Theatre (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Judy Kinberg and Thomas Grimm, producers
New York Philharmonic New Year's Eve Celebration with Zubin Mehta & Kathleen Battle (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer; Zubin Mehta and Kathleen Battle, performers
1989[13]
Bernstein at 70! (Great Performances) Harry J. Kraut and Klaus Hallig, executive producers; Michael Bronson and Thomas Skinner, producers PBS
Dance in America: Baryshnikov Dances Balanchine (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Judy Kinberg and Thomas Grimm, producers PBS
Dance in America: A Night at the Joffrey (Great Performances)
Horowitz Plays Mozart Peter Gelb, executive producer; Susan Froemke, producer
Ray Charles in Concert with the New York City Ballet (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer

1990s[edit]

Year Program Nominees Network
1990[14]
Aida (The Metropolitan Opera Presents) Peter Gelb, executive producer PBS
Carmen on Ice Thomas Buerger, executive producer HBO
A Classical Jazz Christmas with Wynton Marsalis (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer; Wynton Marsalis, performer PBS
Mostly Mozart (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer; Itzhak Perlman, performer
Show Boat (Great Performances) David Horn and Jac Venza, executive producers; John Walker, producer
1991[15]
Tchaikovsky: 150th Birthday Gala from Leningrad Peter Gelb, executive producer; Helmut Rost, producer; Anne Cauvin and Laura Mitgang, coordinating producers PBS
Carnegie Hall: Live at 100 Don Mischer and Judith Arron, executive producers; David J. Goldberg and Ray F. Wellbaum, producers; Joann Goldberg, co-producer; Geoff Bennett, coordinating producer PBS
Into the Woods (American Playhouse) Michael Brandman, executive producer; Iris Merlis, producer
A Little Night Music (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer
Pavarotti Plus! (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer; Luciano Pavarotti, performer
1992[16]
Perlman in Russia Roger Press, executive producer; Robert Dalrymple, producer; Itzhak Perlman, performer PBS
A Carnegie Hall Christmas Concert (Great Performances) Peter Gelb, executive producer; Daniel Anker and Laura Mitgang, producers; André Previn, conductor PBS
Kathleen Battle and Wynton Marsalis in Baroque Duet (Great Performances) Susan Froemke and Peter Gelb, producers; Kathleen Battle and Wynton Marsalis, performers
The 100th Telecast: Pavarotti Plus! (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Karen McLaughlin and Marc Bauman,coordinating producers; Luciano Pavarotti, performer
Paul McCartney's Liverpool Ontario (Live from Lincoln Center) Richard Ogden, executive producer; Chips Chipperfield, producer
1993[17]
Tosca: In the Settings and at the Times of Tosca Rada Rassimov, executive producer; Andrea Andermann, producer; Zubin Mehta, conductor PBS
Dance in America: The Hard Nut (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Judy Kinberg, producer PBS
Disney's Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra Dwight Hemion and Gary Smith, executive producers; Gail Purse, producer; Patrick Davidson, co-producer Disney Channel
Kathleen Battle at the Metropolitan Museum Peter Gelb, executive producer; Pat Jaffe, producer; Kathleen Battle, performer A&E
The King and I: Recording a Hollywood Dream Pat Faust and Pierre Collet, executive producers; Robert Dalrymple, producer NPT

Outstanding Cultural Program

Year Program Nominees Network
1994[18]
Cultural Program
Vladimir Horowitz: A Reminiscence Peter Gelb, executive producer; Pat Jaffe, producer PBS
Balanchine Celebration (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Judy Kinberg, producer PBS
Carnegie Hall Salutes the Jazz Masters: Verve Records at 50 (Great Performances) John Scher and Jac Venza, executive producers; David Horn and Jeff Rowland, producers
Pavarotti in Paris Tibor Rudas, producer; Luciano Pavarotti, performer A&E
Porgy and Bess (American Playhouse / Great Performances) Jac Venza, Lindsay Law, Dennis Marks and Richard Price, executive producers; Greg Smith and Stephany Marks, producers PBS
1995[19]
Cultural Program
Verdi's La Traviata with the New York City Opera (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer PBS
Disney's Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra Gary Smith and Dwight Hemion, executive producer; Gail Purse, producer; Patrick Davidson, co-producer Disney Channel
Eric Clapton: Nothing But the Blues — An In the Spotlight Special David Horn, Martin Scorsese and John Beug, executive producers; Stephen 'Scooter' Weintraub and Ken Ehrlich, producers PBS
Tibor Rudas Presents The Three Tenors in Concert 1994 Tibor Rudas, producer
A Tribute to Black Music Legends Cindy Mahmoud, executive producer; Curtis Gadson, producer; Candace Jones-Sutton and Joyce Cannady, segment producer Syndicated
1996[20]
Cultural Music / Dance Program
Itzhak Perlman: In the Fiddler's House (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Glenn DuBose, executive producer/co-director; James Arntz, producer/writer; Bill Murphy, coordinating producer; Sara Lukinson, producer/writer; Don Lenzer, co-director; Itzhak Perlman, performer PBS
Brian Wilson: I Just Wasn't Made for These Times Anne-Marie Mackay and Jonathon Ker, executive producers; Don Was, producer/director; Larry Schapiro, David Passick and Ken Kushnick, producers; Brian Wilson, performer Disney Channel
Gregorian Chant: Songs of the Spirit Bruce T. Marcus, Ellen G. Marcus and Barry Stoner, executive producers PBS
Peter, Paul and Mary: Lifelines (Great Performances) David Horn, Jac Venza and Ken Fritz, executive producers; Richard Schilling, coordinating producer; Laurie Donnelly, producer; Mitch Owgang, on-line producer; Peter, Paul and Mary, performers
Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies Kevin Burns, executive producer/director; Michael E. Katz, executive producer; Kim Egan, supervising producer; Steve Bell, Louise Gallop-Roholt and Debra Sanderson, writers A&E
1997[21]
Cultural Music / Dance Program
Puccini's La Bohème with the New York City Opera (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer PBS
Bobby McFerrin: Loosely Mozart, the New Innovators of Classical Music (Great Performances) Peter Gelb, executive producer; Pat Jaffe, executive producer/director; Molly McBride and Laura Mitgang, producers; Bobby McFerrin, host/performer PBS
A Celebration of the American Musical (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer
John F. Kennedy Center 25th Anniversary Celebration Fred A. Rappoport, producer/writer; Gary Smith, executive producer/producer/writer; Lawrence J. Wilker, executive producer; Robert Shrum, writer; Dwight Hemion, director
Mostly Mozart 30th Anniversary Opening Night Concert With Itzhak Perlman and Pinchas Zukerman (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer
1998[22]
Classical Music / Dance Program
Yo-Yo Ma Inspired by Bach: Six Gestures Niv Fichman, producer; Patricia Rozema, director/writer PBS
Blue Suede Shoes — Ballet Rocks! Mark A. Rosenberger and David Oakland, producers; Tony Charmoli, director PBS
The Metropolitan Opera Presents Carmen Louisa Briccetti and Susan Erben, producer; James Levine, conductor; Gary Halvorson, director
Paul McCartney's Standing Stone Paul McCartney, executive producer; Kris Slava, supervising A&E producer; Frances Peters, producer; Christopher Swann, director; Lawrence Foster, conductor A&E
Variety and Virtuosity: American Ballet Theatre Now (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Judy Kinberg, producer/documentary directed by; Thomas Grimm, ballets directed by PBS
1999[23]
Classical Music / Dance Program
Itzhak Perlman: Fiddling for the Future Jac Venza, executive producer; Walter Scheuer, executive producer for Four Oaks Foundation; Margaret Smilow, producer; Allan Miller, director; Itzhak Perlman, performer PBS
Dance in America: A Hymn for Alvin Ailey (Great Performances) Orlando Bagwell, producer/director/writer; Jac Venza, executive producer PBS
Ellington at 100 – New York Philharmonic and Jazz at Lincoln Center (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, coordinating producer
New York City Ballet: Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake (Live from Lincoln Center)
A Streetcar Named Desire: From the San Francisco Opera (Great Performances) David Horn, Jac Venza, Lotfi Mansouri, Nigel Boon, Jane Seymour and Barbara Bellini Witkowski, executive producers; John Walker, Judy Flannery and Kate Gaitley, producers; Kirk Browning, director; André Previn, conductor

2000s[edit]

Year Program Nominees Network
2000[24]
Classical Music / Dance Program
Dance in America: American Ballet Theatre in Le Corsaire (Great Performances) Jac Venza, executive producer; Judy Kinberg, producer; Matthew Diamond, director PBS
Andrea Bocelli: Sacred Arias (Great Performances) David Horn, Jac Venza, Costa Pilavachi and Clive Bennett, executive producers; John Walker, producer; Andrea Bocelli, performer; Myung-whun Chung, conductor PBS
Central Park (Great Performances) David Horn and Jac Venza, executive producers; John Walker, producer
Mostly Mozart Festival Opening Concert (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer
Perlman @ The Penthouse (Live from Lincoln Center)
2001[25]
Classical Music / Dance Program
La Traviata from Paris (Great Performances) Rada Rassimov, Paola Megas and Jac Venza, executive producers; Andrea Andermann, John Walker and David Horn, producers; Giuseppe Patroni Griffi, director; Zubin Mehta, conductor PBS
American Dream: Andrea Bocelli's Statue of Liberty Concert David Horn, executive producer/director; Mitch Owgang, supervising producer; John Walker, producer PBS
Armstrong – When the Saints Go Marching In (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, supervising producer
Charlotte Church: Live from Jerusalem Paul Burger and John Drury, executive producers; Anthony Geffen, producer; Kriss Russman, director; Charlotte Church, performer; Julian Smith, conductor
The Three Tenors Christmas Peter Gelb and Mario Dradi, executive producers; Dione Orrom and Mia Bongiovanni, producers; David Mallet, director; Steven Mercurio, conductor

Outstanding Special Class Program

Year Program Nominees Network
2001[26]
Non-Fiction Program
Survivor Mark Burnett and Charlie Parsons, executive producers; Craig Piligian, co-executive producer; Scott Messick and Tom Shelly, supervising producers; Maria Baltazzi, Jay Bienstock, John Feist and Teri Kennedy, producers; Jeff Probst, host CBS
Bands on the Run Jane Lipsitz, Lauren Zalaznick and Dan Cutforth, executive producers; Eliot Goldberg and Julio Kollerbohm, supervising producers; Craig Borders, director VH1
Eco-Challenge: Borneo Mark Burnett, executive producer; Lisa Hennessy, co-executive producer; Brady Connell, supervising producer; Maria Baltazzi, Jay Bienstock, Morgan Elliott, John Feist and Tim Powell, producers USA
Junkyard Wars Cathy Rogers, executive producer/host; Alexandra Middendorf, executive producer; Rupert Parker and Nathaniel Grouille, producers; George Gray, host TLC
Road Rules: Maximum Velocity Tour Mary-Ellis Bunim and Jonathan Murray, executive producers; Bruce Toms, producer; Rick Telles, director MTV
2002[27]
The West Wing Documentary Special Thomas Schlamme, John Wells and Aaron Sorkin, executive producers; Kevin Falls, co-executive producer; Michael Hissrich, producer; Llewellyn Wells and Anne Sandkuhler, produced by; Bill Couturié, director/interview materials by; Eli Attie and Felicia Willson, interview materials by NBC
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills: America's Most Heart-Pounding Movies Gary Smith, executive producer; Dann Netter, Bob Gazzale, Fred A. Rappoport and Frederick S. Pierce, producers CBS
I Love Lucy's 50th Anniversary Special Desi Arnaz Jr. and Lucie Arnaz, executive producers; Gary Smith, Fred A. Rappoport and Dann Netter, producers
Survivor Mark Burnett, executive producer; Craig Piligian and Craig Armstrong, co-executive producers; Tom Shelly and Jay Bienstock, supervising producers; Cord Keller, senior producer; Maria Baltazzi, John Feist, Doug McCallie, Adam Briles, Teri Kennedy, Conrad Riggs, Bruce Beresford-Redman and Dennis Lofgren, producers; Jeff Probst, host
Trading Spaces Denise Cramsey, executive producer; Susan Cohen-Dickler, Jan Dickler and Ray Murray, executive producers for Banyan Productions; Stephen H. Schwartz, executive producer for TLC; Alyssa Kaufman, Larry Blase and Aimee Kramer, producers; Paige Davis, host TLC
2002[28]
Classical Music / Dance Program
Sweeney Todd in Concert Chase Mishkin, executive producer; Ellen M. Krass and Morton Swinsky, co-executive producers; Iris Merlis and Jeff Thorsen, producers; Lonny Price, director PBS
The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess with the New York City Opera (Live from Lincoln Center) Marc Bauman, supervising producer; John Goberman, producer; John DeMain, conductor; Tazewell Thompson, director PBS
Joshua Bell: West Side Story Suite from Central Park (Great Performances) Peter Gelb and Jac Venza, executive producers; Laura Mitgang and Molly McBride, producers; Pat Jaffe, director; Joshua Bell, performer; William Eddins, conductor
Mostly Mozart Festival 2001 – Mozart's 'Requiem' (Live from Lincoln Center) Marc Bauman, supervising producer; John Goberman, producer; Gerard Schwarz, conductor
2003[29]
Classical Music / Dance Program
Contact (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, executive producer; Marc Bauman, supervising producer PBS
New Year's Eve All-Gershwin Concert (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, supervising producer PBS
Perlman at the Penthouse (Live from Lincoln Center)
Pops Goes the Fourth! 2002 Elizabeth Cheng, executive producer; Delia Fine and Bill Harris, executive producers for A&E; Emilio Nunez, producer for A&E; Stella Gould, produced by; Bob Comiskey, directed by A&E
2004[30]
New York City Ballet – Lincoln Center Celebrates Balanchine 100 (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, supervising producer PBS
The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited Carl Reiner, executive producer; Sal Maniaci, producer; Michael Petok, produced by CBS
The Los Angeles Philharmonic Inaugurates Walt Disney Concert Hall (Great Performances) Wayne Baruch, Charles F. Gayton, David Horn and Jac Venza, executive producers; Mona Niemiec, Mitch Owgang and John Walker, producers PBS
Vivaldi, Haydn & Yo-Yo Ma (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, producer; Marc Bauman, supervising producer
2005[31]
Stephen Sondheim's "Passion" (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, executive producer; Marc Bauman, supervising producer PBS
Agatha Christie's Miss Marple Rebecca Eaton, Michele Buck, Damien Timmer and Phil Clymer, executive producers; Matthew Read, producer PBS
Jazz at Lincoln Center: Grand Opening of Frederick P. Rose Hall – One Family of Jazz (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, executive producer; Marc Bauman, supervising producer
Leonard Bernstein's "Candide" in Concert (Great Performances) Jac Venza, Ellen M. Krass and Morton Swinsky, executive producers; Iris Merlis and Jay Good, producers; David Horn, series producer; John Walker, senior producer of music; Marin Alsop, conducted by
2006[32]
Dance in America: Swan Lake with American Ballet Theatre (Great Performances) Judy Kinberg, produced by PBS
Jazz at Lincoln Center – Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, executive producer; Marc Bauman, supervising producer PBS
A Lincoln Center Special: 30 Years of Live from Lincoln Center
South Pacific in Concert from Carnegie Hall (Great Performances) Barry Schulman, executive producer; John Walker and David Horn, producers
2007[33]
The 60th Annual Tony Awards Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers CBS
The 79th Annual Academy Awards Laura Ziskin, producer; Michael B. Seligman, supervising producer ABC
The 64th Golden Globe Awards Allen Shapiro and Barry Adelman, executive producers; Al Schwartz and Ken Shapiro, produced by NBC
Jerry Seinfeld – The Comedian Award John Moffitt, executive producer; Bob Crestani, co-executive producer; Douglas C. Forbes, supervising producer HBO
Prince: Super Bowl XLI Halftime Show Don Mischer, Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers CBS
2008[34]
Awards Programs
The 61st Annual Tony Awards Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers CBS
The 80th Annual Academy Awards Gilbert Cates, producer ABC
2008[35]
Classical Music / Dance Programs
New York City Opera: Madama Butterfly (Live from Lincoln Center) John Goberman, executive producer; Marc Bauman, supervising producer PBS
2008[36]
Not-Exclusively-Made-for-Television Variety, Music, Comedy Event Programs
Eric Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival Chicago (Great Performances) John Beug, executive producer; Eric Clapton, Peter Jackson, James S. Pluta and Stephen 'Scooter' Weintraub, producers; David Horn, series producer PBS
2009[37]
Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony Dick Ebersol, executive producer; David Neal, producer NBC
The 81st Annual Academy Awards Bill Condon and Laurence Mark, producers; Michael B. Seligman, supervising producer; Hugh Jackman, host ABC
Carnegie Hall Opening Night 2008: A Celebration of Leonard Bernstein (Great Performances) David Horn, executive producer; Bill O'Donnell, series producer; Mitch Owgang and John Walker, producers PBS
George Carlin: The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize Dalton Delan, David S. Thompson, Michael M. Kaiser, Cappy McGarr, Mark Krantz, Bob Kaminsky and Peter Kaminsky, executive producers
The 62nd Annual Tony Awards Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner, executive producers; Whoopi Goldberg, host CBS

2010s[edit]

Year Program Nominees Network
2010
[38]
The 63rd Annual Tony Awards Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers; Neil Patrick Harris, host CBS
ABC's Lost Presents: Mysteries of the Universe – The Dharma Initiative Christopher J. Powers, Ted Bramble, Agnes Chu and Greggory Nations, producers abc.com/lost
The 82nd Annual Academy Awards Adam Shankman and Bill Mechanic, producers; Michael B. Seligman, supervising producer; Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin, hosts ABC
Avatar: Enter the World of Pandora Thomas C. Grane and Jason Groff, producers HBO
The Daily Show: Ask a Correspondent Rich Sullivan, Rachel Maceiras and Paul Beddoe-Stephens, co-executive producers; Judi Stroh, producer thedailyshow.com
30 Rock: The Webisodes Eric Gurian, William Sell and Clint Koltveit, producers nbc.com
Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony Dick Ebersol, executive producer; David Neal, producer NBC
2011
[39]
The 64th Annual Tony Awards Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers; Sean Hayes, host CBS
The 83rd Annual Academy Awards Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer, produced by; Michael B. Seligman, supervising producer; Anne Hathaway and James Franco, hosts ABC
The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards Barry Adelman and Orly Adelson, executive producers; Ricky Gervais, host NBC
The 53rd Annual Grammy Awards Ken Ehrlich and John Cossette, executive producers CBS
2012
[40]
The 65th Annual Tony Awards Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers; Neil Patrick Harris, producer/host CBS
The 84th Annual Academy Awards Brian Grazer and Don Mischer, producers; Michael B. Seligman, supervising producer; Billy Crystal, host ABC
The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards Barry Adelman and Orly Adelson, executive producers; Ricky Gervais, host NBC
The 54th Annual Grammy Awards Ken Ehrlich, executive producer; LL Cool J, host CBS
Herbie Hancock, Gustavo Dudamel, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Celebrate Gershwin (Great Performances) David Horn, executive producer for Great Performances; Bill O'Donnell, series producer; Bernhard Fleischer and John Walker, producers PBS
Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theatre Louis C.K. and Dave Becky, executive producers; Blair Breard, producer FX
2013
[41]
The 66th Annual Tony Awards Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers; Neil Patrick Harris, producer/host CBS
The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards Barry Adelman, Orly Adelson and Allen Shapiro, executive producers; Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, hosts NBC
London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony Jim Bell, executive producer; Molly Solomon, Bucky Gunts, Joe Gesue and Carol Larson, producers
The Oscars Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, producers; Michael B. Seligman, supervising producer; Seth MacFarlane, host ABC
Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel (Live from Lincoln Center) Andrew Carl Wilk, executive producer; Denise Graap, supervising producer; Douglas Chang, producer; Audra McDonald, host PBS
2014
[42]
The 67th Annual Tony Awards Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers; Neil Patrick Harris, producer/host CBS
The 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards Barry Adelman, Allen Shapiro and Michael G. Mahan, executive producers; Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, hosts NBC
The Oscars Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, executive producers; Michael B. Seligman, supervising producer; Ellen DeGeneres, host ABC
Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Opening Ceremony Jim Bell and Scott Givens, executive producers; Joe Gesue, Rebecca Chatman, Carol Larson, John Gilmartin, David W. Nuckolls and Thomas F. Bisignano, producers NBC
The Sound of Music Live! Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, executive producers; Priscilla Taussig, produced by
2015
[43]
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Live from Lincoln Center) Andrew Carl Wilk, executive producer; Allen Kelman, supervising producer; Douglas Chang, producer; Elizabeth W. Scott, produced by; Audra McDonald, host PBS
The 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards Allen Shapiro, Mike Mahan and Barry Adelman, executive producers; Amy Poehler and Tina Fey, hosts NBC
On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay-Z Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter, executive producers/performers; Lee Anne Callahan-Longo, Desiree Perez, Erinn Williams and Cha-Ka Pilgrim, executive producers; Svana Gisla, Dan Parise and Ed Burke, producers HBO
The Oscars Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, executive producers; Michael B. Seligman, supervising producer; Neil Patrick Harris, host ABC
The 68th Annual Tony Awards Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers; Hugh Jackman, host CBS
2016
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Grease: Live Marc Platt, executive producer; Thomas Kail and Alex Rudzinski, co-executive producers; Adam Siegel, producer; Greg Sills, produced by Fox
The 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards Allen Shapiro, Mike Mahan and Barry Adelman, executive producers; Ricky Gervais, host NBC
The Oscars David Hill and Reginald Hudlin, produced by; Michael B. Seligman, supervising producer; Chris Rock, host ABC
Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show Ricky Kirshner, executive producer; Robert Paine, supervising producer CBS
The 69th Annual Tony Awards Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers; Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming, hosts
2017
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The 70th Annual Tony Awards Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss, executive producers; Allen Kelman, supervising producer; James Corden, producer/host; Ben Winston, producer CBS
Hairspray Live! Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, executive producers; Alex Rudzinski, co-executive producer; Javier Winnik, supervising producer; Kenny Leon, producer; Robert Norris Catto, produced by NBC
The Oscars Michael DeLuca and Jennifer Todd, produced by; Rob Paine, supervising producer; Jimmy Kimmel, host ABC
Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga Ricky Kirshner, executive producer; Lady Gaga, performer Fox

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