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On Saturday 24 May at 3pm on Classic FM, Jamie Crick presents highlights from a Symphonic Fantasies concert, recorded in front of approximately 5000 video game music fans in Tokyo in January 2012. Discover the story of video game music concerts - from 1987 to the present day.
On July 6, 2005, more than 11,000 people saw the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra's first ‘Video Games Live’ concert, founded by composers Tommy Tallarico and Jack Wall at the Hollywood Bowl. The concert featured a variety of game music, including ‘Pong’ and ‘Halo 2’. It also incorporated real-time video feeds that were in sync with the music, as well as laser and light special effects. Photo: Michael J. Trifillis
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