Kristen Anderson-Lopez and her partner Robert Lopez learned yesterday morning that “Let it Go”, a song they wrote together for the hit animation FROZEN, received an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song!
Kristen Anderson-Lopez is an American actress and songwriter. She composed music for a Walt Disney World production of Finding Nemo: The Musical, and wrote and produced music with Robert Lopez and Henry Jackman for the 2011 film Winnie the Pooh for which the three composers were nominated for an Annie Award for Best Music in a Feature Production.
Anderson-Lopez is also co-creator of the musical “In Transit” that has received Drama Desk, Drama League, and Lucille Lortel recognition. In addition, she has worked on countless short and full-length musical adaptations for Theatreworks/USA, including Diary Of A Worm, Fancy Nancy, and Condensed Classics. She has written several songs for TV and was a staff writer for the award-winning children’s show, The Wonder Pets, on Nick Jr.
Congratulations to the married songwriting team Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez for their great success! Read more about the composer-duo.
Don’t forget to listen to their Oscar-nominated tune “Let it Go”!