Dallas Symphony Presents Video Games Live
June 12, 2010
The Dallas Symphony presents the acclaimed concert Video Games Live™ featuring music from the biggest and most recognizable video games of all time with exclusive video footage and music arrangements, synchronized lighting, solo performers, electronic percussion, live action and unique interactive segments to create an explosive one-of-a-kind entertainment experience.
From the "bleeps" and "bloops" of nostalgic classics such as Frogger and Tetris, to the unmistakable sounds of Mario™, Zelda® and Donkey Kong®, and the power of recent blockbusters like Halo®, Final Fantasy®, Warcraft®, Myst® and Metal Gear Solid®, Video Games Live promises to be a full concert experience gamers and non-gamers will not want to miss. Set in the spectacular Eugene McDermott Concert Hall of the Meyerson Symphony Center, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and members of the Dallas Symphony Chorus will recreate the intensity and thrill of the gaming world's most powerful compositions.
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