Here's one to file under "truth is stranger than fiction". Plans are apparently afoot for a massive concert of videogame music, to be played live by a full symphony orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The first-of-its-kind event is scheduled to take place at the end of the E3 trade show next spring and, according to Music4Games.net, will feature extracts from "some of the best and most popular game soundtracks ever written", accompanied by a "unique interactive stage show". Which sounds .. intriguing. Other details are thin on the ground at this early stage, but it's certainly a novel concept.
Source - Music4Games.net
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