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Video Games Live heading to Nanshan
    2017-September-4  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Old school gamers and music lovers alike will get to hear the grandest reinterpretation of their childhood video games in music form at Video Games Live.

Video Games Live is a concert series created and produced by Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall. The concerts consist of segments of video game music performed by a live orchestra with video footage and synchronized lighting and effects.

Video Games Live features music from video games from all eras. Music from more recent games (and ongoing series), such as “Final Fantasy,” “Halo,” “World of Warcraft,” “Sonic the Hedgehog,” “The Legend of Zelda,” “Kingdom Hearts” and “Metal Gear Solid” have been performed. Other segments feature retro arcade games such as “Tetris” and “Asteroids.”

Solo performers, such as pianist Martin Leung, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Laura Intravia, The Megas and Random Encounter, have been featured at past concerts. Tallarico also played guitar for some segments, from worldbeat-like folk for “Chrono Trigger” to heavy metal for “Final Fantasy VII” and themes from “Castlevania.”

The show features several interactive segments where audience members are invited on stage to play video games while the orchestra plays music to match the game. Games such as “Frogger,” “Space Invaders,” “Donkey Kong” and “Guitar Hero” have been played live.

Time: 8 p.m., Sept. 24

Tickets: 100-680 yuan

Venue: Nanshan Cultural and Sports Center, 2106 Nanshan Boulevard, Nanshan District (南山区南山大道2106号南山文体中心)

Metro: Line 1, Taoyuan Station (桃园站), Exit B(SD News)

 

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