Andrew Lloyd Webber will be presented with the Woodrow Wilson Award tonight, at a gala dinner in London's Guildhall.

The British composer and impresario will receive the Public Service Award for his "many years of distinguished service to the arts through music," according to a statement. It will mark the first time the prestigious U.S. award will be presented in the U.K.

Lloyd Webber's growing collection of awards include seven Tonys, three Grammys, seven Oliviers, a Golden Globe, an Oscar and the outstanding achievement accolade at the Classical Brit Awards, held in London earlier this month.

He was knighted in 1992 and created an honorary life peer in 1997.

Lloyd Webber currently owns seven London theaters, including the Theatre Royal Drury Lane and the London Palladium.