July 10, 2015
ATAS, Primetime Emmys Awards: Nominations are announced live (8:30 PM PDT)
July 16, 2015
Teen Choice Awards
August 9, 2015
ATAS, Primetime Emmys Awards: Final round voting begins
August 17, 2015
ATAS, Primetime Emmys Awards: Final round voting ends
August 28, 2015
MTV: Video Music Awards
August 30, 2015
Venice International Film Festival Begins
September 2, 2015
ATAS, Primetime Emmys Awards: Creative Arts Awards and Ball
September 12, 2015
ATAS, 67th Primetime Emmy Awards (5:00 PM PDT)
September 20, 2015
New York Film Festival Begins
September 25, 2015
Oscars: First-Ever Concert to Feature Nominated Scores and Songs
William Butler, Owen Pallett, Alexandre Desplat, Thomas Newman, Steven Price and John Williams will direct their compositions, while Jill Scott will perform "Happy."
The Academy has set its first-ever Oscar Concert, celebrating this year's nominated scores and songs. The concert will take place Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. at UCLA's Royce Hall.
An 80-piece orchestra will perform suites from each of the nominated original scores, conducted by their composers. William Butler and Owen Pallett will play maestro for Her, Alexandre Desplat for Philomena, Thomas Newman for Saving Mr. Banks, Steven Price for Gravity and John Williams for The Book Thief.
The composers will each participate in a brief onstage conversation with film critic and radio host Elvis Mitchell about creating their pieces.
The concert also will feature this year's nominated original songs, including Frozen's "Let It Go," by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, and "Happy" from Despicable Me 2, to be performed by Jill Scott. More performers and guests will be announced. Tickets are $100 and $75 and can be purchased online.
The Oscars, produced by Craig Zadan and Neil Meron and hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, will be broadcast from the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center and will be televised live March 2 on ABC.