Video Games Live in El Dorado

Halo. Zelda. Mario. Final Fantasy. If these names mean
anything to you, then read on! 


Video Games Live is heading to the El Dorado Municipal
Auditorium April 14 with backing by the South Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.


The event is a concert experience featuring music
from popular video games. During the show, orchestras ( in this case the South
Arkansas Symphony Orchestra) 
perform along with  video footage and music arrangements,
synchronized lighting, solo performers, electronic percussionists, and live
action for the show that highlights gaming.


“We are introducing a whole new generation to the music of a
symphony orchestra,” said veteran video game composer and Video Games Live CEO
Tommy Tallarico.


Here is how the event is described by the Video Games Live folks: “Picture the energy and excitement of a rock concert mixed with the power
and emotion of a symphony orchestra combined together by the technology,
interactivity, stunning visuals and fun that only video games can provide.”


The debut performance was launched on July 6th, 2005 at the
Hollywood Bowl in L.A. with the LA Philharmonic. Over 11,000 people
attended making it the biggest video game concert in the world.


For more details on the show, visit www.southarkansassymphony.orgor call 870-862-0521.


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