Video Game Heroes with the London Philharmonic Orchestra Sept 2nd

Come and hear the music that brings video games alive. The evening offers a rare opportunity to enjoy a captivating experience that conjures up both a taste of nostalgia and a sense of adventure. The evening's playlist includes music from Elder Scrolls, Mass Effect, Super Mario Bros, Angry Birds, Little Big Planet, Heavenly Sword and more. Suitable for gamers & non-gamers, young & old! Andrew Skeet conductor

Part of the Vision Sound Music festival at Southbank Centre
Friday 2 September 2011 | 7.30pm
Royal Festival Hall, London

Tickets for this concert are only available from the Southbank Centre Ticket Office £16-£39
0844 847 9920 (Daily, 9am-8pm)

Comments

Jess Albertine said…
Man, if the CSO or Lamont did one of those, it'd be so fantastic. I'd promote the crap out of that concert among my gaming friends. Someday Denver will be cool too!
Not the same as the live event, but we are also going into the studio (starting next week) to record these tracks, so you'll be able to catch up on the event when the download album is out in the autumn.

More info on www.lpo.org.uk/heroes

London Philharmonic Orchestra
Chip Michael said…
Cool... let me know if you're interested in having a pre-release review!
Stacia said…
And then let me know when it comes out so I can buy it!!!

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