The Greatest Video Games Music performed live by the London Philharmonic Orchestra

Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall | 2 September 2011 | 7.30pm

Andrew Skeet conducts the Orchestra in new orchestrations of music from some of the most popular video games ever played, including the epic, sweeping scores for Battlefield, Mass Effect and Final Fantasy. Be the first to hear exclusive versions of Dead Space and the award-winning 007: Blood Stone rewritten for the occasion by composers Jason Graves and Richard Jacques. This concert promises an immersive experience, with plenty of nostalgic and light-hearted musical offerings from games such as Tetris, Angry Birds and Super Mario Bros.

Tickets available online at the Southbank Centre.

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