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Video Games Live featuring the San Diego Symphony

Per Matt The San Diego Symphony ebulliently performed the music of Video Games Live, just in time to launch San Diego Comic-Con!

Previewing Video Games Live featuring the San Diego Symphony

Per Matt Combining my affinity for video games with equal amounts of orchestral love creates an incredible environment that must be experienced by all. Video Games Live is my newfound addiction, one which I continuously crave. Part symphonic orchestra, part… Continue Reading →

Distant Worlds Interview: Music Director Arnie Roth

Per Matt For the very first time, Nashville will be sent to Distant Worlds, courtesy of FINAL FANTASY and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.

Video Games Live at San Diego Comic-Con

Per Matt For my second viewing of Video Games Live, I went backstage for a quick interview with Grammy-nominated Composer Austin Wintory, sat in the VIP section for an up-close-and-personal view of the festivities and witnessed a number of world… Continue Reading →

Video Games Live Interview: Composer Austin Wintory

Per Matt After three long years of working on the score to Journey, when the video game was released in 2012, it instantly became the fastest-selling PlayStation game ever. Austin Wintory’s soundtrack also made the highest debut in video game… Continue Reading →

Video Games Live Interview: Joel Guttman

Per Matt Joel Guttman is a big fan of video game music. After seeing an orchestra perform the music inspired by some of his favorite video games, he helped start a Gamer Symphony Orchestra at Colonel Zadok Magruder High School… Continue Reading →

Video Games Live featuring the Nashville Symphony Orchestra

Per Matt Last night, the Nashville Symphony Orchestra performed the very first video-game themed concert held in the Schermerhorn Symphony Center with Video Games Live.

Video Games Live Interview: Composer Tommy Tallarico

Per Matt Video Games Live is an interactive art form: It’s part symphonic orchestra, part interactive videogame and part rock concert. As a performance, Video Games Live has been seen by more than one million fans around the world. Currently… Continue Reading →

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