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Kennedy Center Honors Award

Kennedy Center Honors

Awards Type : National Award

Organized Country : United States

First Award : 1978

The Kennedy Center Honors is an annual honor given to those in the performing arts for their lifetime of contributions to American culture. The Honors have been presented annually since 1978 in Washington, D.C., during gala weekend-long events that culminate in a performance honoring the Honorees at the Kennedy Center Opera House.

The Honors were created by George Stevens, Jr., and the late Nick Vanoff. Stevens remains involved as producer and co-writer for the Honors Gala. In 1981–2002 and 2004, the ceremony was hosted by Walter Cronkite.In 2003 and 2005–2012, it was hosted by Caroline Kennedy. It is also one of two holiday specials from Stevens's production company.

Awarded for:

Lifetime Contributions to American Culture through the Performing Arts.

Award Organized By: Board of Trustees of the Kennedy Center


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